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18:00 at Barbican
Director James Marsh (Man on Wire) takes a close look at the relationship between Stephen Hawking (Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne) and his wife Jane (Felicity Jones, The Invisible Woman).

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15:00 at BFI Southbank
Kim Longinotto discusses her first film shot in the US, which saw her have unparalleled access to sex workers in the toughest neighbourhoods in Chicago.

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17:00 at Camden People's Theatre
A screening of one of the most talked about films ever to be made about theatre, followed by a discussion with a panel of theatre makers and critics, hosted by Honour Bayes.

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20:45 at BFI Southbank
Two bored teenage girls cause havoc as they create their own surreal fun. Chytilová’s neo-dadaist farce is full of extravagant visual effects, sensuous décor and fascinating experiments with colour.

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18:00 at The Hippodrome
This lavish film from pop-music-obsessed Luhrmann tweaks the conventions of the musical genre by mixing a period romance with anachronistic dialogue and songs.

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19:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
The acclaimed artist introduces a special screening of this anthology film responding to her vivid performances and including contributions by artists.

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20:30 at BFI Southbank
Join The Amy Grimehouse to celebrate Xena and her women-warriors-in-arms.

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15:00 at Curzon Renoir
For the English, the port town of Calais is the gateway to Europe or a place to buy cheap alcohol. For hundreds of migrants it's the final barrier in the desperate search for a new life in England.

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15:00 at Curzon Renoir
Once the most famous pianist in Iraq, Samir Peter now plays to half empty lounges and sleeps in a hotel basement, afraid to cross Baghdad to his seven-bedroomed mansion.

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