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20:20 at ICA
Acclaimed director Sergei Loznitsa returns to documentary with this vital and urgent film about Ukraine's anti-government protests in Kiev's Maidan Square.

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20:30 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Dirty video art + erotic gems! Some old. Some new. Some borrowed. All blue. Prepare to have every cinematic taste bud + guilty pleasure tickled!

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14:30 at BFI Southbank
A cinematic milestone, and a huge influence on the development of the sci-fi genre. Your chance to see Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece on the big screen.

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19:00 at Horse Hospital
A rare chance to see 3 films by a key figure in British avant-garde cinema. Part of the STEPHEN DWOSKIN: HA, HA! exhibition.

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19:00 at JW3
Watch the rumba-infested cult classic and take part in the strictly ballroom challenge: see who is crowned the Pan Pacific Grand Prix Champion. Followed by the Kendal Dance Studio Disco.

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20:50 at ICA
First-time director Owen Gower’s film applauds the determination of the people who endured Britain’s longest strike in the face of near starvation and police brutality.

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18:10 at Curzon Soho
Preview screening of the new film by Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club), starring Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line). Screenwriter Nick Hornby (An Education) joins for a post-screening discussion.

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14:00 at Curzon Soho
One of the most popular, and enduring films ever made, Frank Capra’s holiday classic is a gloriously sentimental testament to small-town moral values.

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15:00 at ICA
A programme of short poetryfilms and live performances curated by artist Zata Kitowski, who founded PoetryFilm over a decade ago. Full programme coming shortly.

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18:30 at Hackney Picturehouse
A parade of great French writers from Camus to Genet is brought to life as director Martin Provost vividly and unsentimentally recreates the heady intellectual atmosphere of 1940s Paris.

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