Ebe Oke, Composer, Transmedia Artist, Guest Edits our What’s On Guide #SPECIES Edition! @EbeOkehttps://t.co/t7K8FE7uUn
 
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15:30 at Rio Cinema
Feminist horror film collective The Final Girl present a selection of short films from some of the most exciting new female voices in international genre cinema.

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17:15 at BFI Southbank
BFI Southbank kicks off 2019 with a major retrospective of cinema's Italian master, Michelangelo Antonioni, whose influence on style, mood and outlook continues to resonate amongst filmmakers today.

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19:00 at Rio Cinema
Catch Nikita Woolfe's underground resistance film alongside a Q&A with director/producer Nikita Woolfe and campaigner Andy Worthington, the film's narrator, plus a work in progress by Tom Cordell.

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18:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
A compelling animated documentary from director Cam Christiansen and playwright and screenwriter David Hare, Wall considers the ramifications of the wall dividing Israel and Palestine.

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14:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
A feature length documentary that questions what drives someone to swim in cold water all year round. Directors Patrick McLennan and Samuel Smith got to know these colourful pond characters.

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18:30 at Tate Modern
Venture into a world, not too dissimilar to our own — one of mass surveillance, pervasive policing, and increasing individual apathy.

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18:15 at Barbican
Hans Pool charts the rise of the 'citizen investigative journalist' collective known as Bellingcat, dedicated to redefining breaking news by exploring the promise of open source investigation.

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19:00 at Rio Cinema
Calling all adventure lovers! The award winning Kendal Mountain Festival is back on the road with its UK Tour.

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19:30 at The Cinema Museum
From becoming a maid for the day to a burglar entertaining a married woman, join WAF as they present three of the earliest silent films in its collection, with new soundtracks composed by Laura Rossi.

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18:30 at Barbican
M is 27 years old. Deborah is just 25. Both are living in bodies that Western medicine—and often society—deems too taboo to discuss publicly.

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