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20:30 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Prepare to have every cinematic taste bud and guilty pleasure tickled good and proper. Expect video art and erotica, dancers Brooklyn and Andre and new works from award winning producer Erika Lust.

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19:30 at The Waterworks Centre
Stunning landscape of thriving urban wildlife, Hitchcock’s most enjoyable thriller, Cary Grant and you.

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13:00 at ICA
A two-part programme: live musical performances from Theo Burt, EVOL, Mark Fell and Lorenzo Senni + artist Richard Sides presents his new documentary don’t blow it in the vector.

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18:30 at Tate Britain
A screening of Spectacle: A Portrait of Stuart Sherman, Robin Deacon’s first feature film, followed by a discussion between Deacon and artist Joshua Sofaer. 

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20:30 at BFI Southbank
A captivating blend of urban noir, prison movie, poetic fable with a twisted sense of humour, Down by Law details the meeting of three unlikely convicts and their just as unlikely escape.

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20:45 at ICA
Set in the late 1970s, Brian Gibson's film depicts the rise and fall of a young singer disillusioned with the world, whose angry music and engaged lyrics propel her to instant stardom.

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19:00 at The Arthouse
A debut feature by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard fuses drama and documentary to uncover the creative genus of Nick Cave.

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19:30 at Barbican
Wim Wenders brings together six acclaimed filmmakers, including Robert Redford, Michael Glawogger and Michael Madsen who each bring their own artistic approach to allow six iconic buildings.

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20:30 at Barbican
As one billion rural Chinese move to cities, Finnish engineer and writer Eero Paloheimo attempts to disguise an eco-city into a skyscraper.

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16:00 at Barbican
From a Parisian housewife & part-time prostitute to a cinematic essay on consumerism, politics, love, sex, fashion, the city and the war in Vietnam: everything. It could only be Jean-Luc Godard.

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