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Films 2017

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

A film by Yorgos Lanthimos
From writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster), and starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Barry Keoghan and Alicia Silverstone, comes this spellbindingly artful psychological thriller.

Brilliant, intriguing and venomously funny, The Killing of a Sacred Deer will stick with you.

UK 2017, 121 minutes, rated R

Suspiria (40th Anniversary 4K Restoration)

A film by Dario Argento
A delirious, lysergic maelstrom of over-saturated art nouveau design, sublimely sculpted set-pieces and blood-honeyed atmosphere – in 1977 mad auteur Dario Argento crafted a film recently described as ‘not just AN Italian horror movie – it is THE Italian horror movie’.

Italy 1977, 92 minutes, rated R

Deep End

A film by Jerzy Skolimowski
Compared with the best of Godard, Truffaut and Polanski, Deep End – a film that made David Lynch ‘freak out’ – is formed by an absurdist sensibility, uninhibited, sometimes improvised performances and a heightened, opaque reality.

UK/Poland 1970, 88 minutes, rated R.

Theorem

A film by Pier Paolo Pasolini
In this surreal, richly complex and provocative allegory, director Pier Paolo Pasolini explores family dynamics, the intersection of class and sex, and the nature of different sexualities.

Italy 1968, 98 minutes, rated R.

A Space Exodus/Nation Estate/In the Future They Ate from the Finest Porcelain

Three films by Larissa Sansour
An astounding triptych of breathtakingly beautiful films that reside in the nexus between sci-fi, archaeology and history.

Palestine/Denmark/UK/Qatar 2008-2016, total running time 46 minutes, rated M.

My Dinner with Andre

A film by Louis Malle
Malle’s extraordinary film defies the conventions of filmmaking and storytelling. It’s about … two people having dinner.

US 1982, 110 minutes, rated PG.

Liberation Day

A film by Morten Traavik and Ugis Olte
Obscure Slovenian art-rockers, Laibach, somehow cop an invite to be the first-ever Western rock-group to play in North Korea.

North Korea/Slovenia 2016, 100minutes, rated M