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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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14:30 at BFI Southbank
Eric Rohmer's brilliantly executed but largely improvised, truthful, funny and deeply moving account of a young woman’s quest for good company and, perhaps, a lover.

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21:00 at ICA
This popular kick-off to LSFF returns to put a smile on your face for New Year. Drown the January blues with a few belly laughs, both dark and more light-hearted.

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21:00 at BFI Southbank
An exquisitely funny, sexy and incisive account of the mating game and Eric Rohmer’s first masterpiece.

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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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18:45 at ICA
David Holmes’ directorial debut starring Edward Hogg & Liam Cunningham, and shot by Christopher Doyle (In the Mood for Love).

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18:30 at ICA
A programme of recent music videos, followed by an extended panel discussion. With Aimee Cliff, Kele Okereke, Emma Dabiri and Grace Ladoja.

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20:00 at ICA
This year LSFF focuses on women in electronic media, forging a collaboration between Industrial Pop artist Gazelle Twin and interdisciplinary filmmaker and animator, Carla MacKinnon.

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19:30 at Hackney Picturehouse
Quick fire comedy with laughs galore in the hilarious selection of short shorts. 15 sketch films include Jeff Leach in Gerry’s Garden, Tim Key in Two Films About Loneliness and Kid Acne in Zebra Face.

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