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TONY CONRAD: COMPLETELY IN THE PRESENT / 5 March
Lush Presents ongoing partnership with cinema continues with a look at one of the most influential underground musical artists of the last 50 years, Tony Conrad.

GLOBAL FEMINISM: ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN / 13 March
A new series of films inspired by the Annie Lennox campaign to promote Global Feminism, encouraging everyone to further understand the inequality around the world for the most disempowered and marginalised women and girls.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM FESTIVAL / 18 – 21 March
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival brings to life human rights abuses through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all people.

SOUNDSCREEN FILM FESTIVAL / 23 – 25 March
Bringing together the excitement of live gigs alongside some of the best new music documentaries from around the world and a host of director and artist Q&As too with films looking at Joe Strummer, Marianne Faithful, Killing Joke, Van Duren and the history of Tim Pan Alley.

PLUS screenings of the incendiary SAUVAGE, Oscar-nominated CAPERNAUM and a double-bill of SUNFLOWER (1970) and MARRIAGE, ITALIAN STYLE (1964) along with the UK Premiere of UK urban drama ACCEPTABLE DAMAGE.

AND regular partners Heavenly Films return with SLADE IN FLAME (1975) and Soul Jazz screen THE HARDER THE COME (1972) starring Jimmy Cliff. Along with events from CinemaItaliaUK and to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
  Graeme Clark [20 Feb 2019 at 13:02]
     

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