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14:00 at Phoenix Cinema
Engaging and funny, Girlfriends explores female friendships, growing up and growing apart in New York.

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19:00 at Corsica Studios
Expect hardcore aggro, a spitting electronic boogie soundtrack, nasty torture and martial arts leg work from the mighty Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, here's one of Arizal's best!

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19:30 at The White Building
Publication launch and film screening dedicated to Katherine Araniello’s most audacious, ambitious and large-scale live work: a cacophonous, chaotic soiree for audience and guests at 2 London venues.

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19:45 at Curzon Bloomsbury
In 1971 a small group of activists set sail from Vancouver, Canada in an old fishing boat. Their mission was to stop Nixon's atomic bomb tests in Amchitka, a tiny island off the west coast of Alaska.

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20:20 at ICA
The award-winning filmmaker and curator Campbell X discusses the work created over the last 20 years + a chance to see his feature Stud Life.

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19:00 at Horse Hospital
In this wide-ranging illustrated lecture, William Fowler explores Balch’s holistic approach to cinephilia and his ideas about censorship. Selected short films will screen as part of the evening.

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19:00 at Oval Space
Cult French film joins a new coming-of-age story. Dive deep into the urban life and face the limited prospects it promises.

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12:00 at The Bussey Building
The largest one day African film festival in the UK makes a comeback to its South London abode. Hand picked cinema, music and more await across three floors.

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14:00 at Ritzy Picturehouse
Written and scored by Maya Angelou, the first African American woman to have her script filmed, this film was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and was entered into Berlinale in 1973.

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17:00 at The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Ukrainian cinematographer’s homage to the Bolshevik revolution was filmed eleven years after the revolution and made cinematic history with its innovative stylistic devices and experimental editing.

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