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BFI London Film Festival: Push the Button at the Prince Charles Cinema

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Time 20:45
Date 10/10/19
Price £16.5

A programme of films to push buttons, boundaries and the limits of imagination. From the blackly comic to the downright shocking, this is cinema on the edge.


Dir Sinéad O’Shea. Ireland 2019. 4min
In a homemade clip show, a couple relive the good times, the bad times and the ones they hoped would remain secret.

Dir Ariane Labed. France-UK 2019
Having been transplanted from Ukraine via an online dating site, Olla can't be contained by French suburbia, nor can it temper her desires.

Dir Kaveh Mazaheri. Iran-Canada 2019. 15min
In order to make a quick buck, Majid must make his wife fake a car accident injury – but is she already the victim?

Dir Alice Seabright. UK 2019. 15min
Jaq is a typical young woman, navigating the foibles of life, love and endometriosis in this stinging black comedy.

Memoirs of a Geeza
Dir Theo James Krekis. UK 2019. 3min
A top lad recollects fights, friends and painting his toenails with his dad.

Breast Friends
Dir Caitlin Young. UK 2019. 6min
Some people can’t escape the voices in their head, but for Jess it’s the voices of her two larger-than-life talking breasts.

The Lamb
Dir Nina Violić. Croatia 2019. 15min
Three kids spend the summer days the usual way: hanging out, Snapchatting... and playing with their newly discovered pet.

Dir Peter Strickland. Hungary-UK 2019. 3min
Two men. One locker room. A lot of D. From the director of In Fabric (LFF 2018).

Dir Oskar Willers. Sweden 2019. 11min
When Anders makes an indecent proposal to his younger boyfriend Micke, things take a very sudden dark turn.