Nobody puts Baby in the car seat: Baby Driver opens Friday






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Baby Driver (15)
From Fri 30 Jun, Cinema 1 & 2

Edgar Wright swaps the streets of Somerset for the mean streets of US with this uber-cool full throttle heist film.

Ansel Elgort plays Baby, a talented young getaway driver with tinnitus, who relies on his killer playlist to make him the best in the business. When he meets the girl of his dreams (Lily James), he jumps at the opportunity to make a clean getaway, but shady crime boss Doc (Kevin Spacey) is determined to stand in his way. A fresh and original film featuring a stellar cast including Jamie Foxx, Jon Hamm and Eiza González.

 
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Kedi (U)
From Fri 20 Jun, Cinema 1, 2 & 3
 
If you’re a cat person, you’ll love this. If you're not a cat person, you’ll still find it impossible to not be charmed by this heart-warming documentary, about the cats of Istanbul and the humans who care for them.
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Risk (15)
From Fri 30 Jun, Cinema 2 & 3
 
Academy Award-winning director Laura Poitras (Citizenfour) returns with this gripping documentary, following WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his team over the course of six years as they grapple with the law.
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The Graduate (15)
From Fri 30 Jun, Cinema 2 & 3
 
"Mrs Robinson, you're trying to seduce me." Catch Mike Nichols' iconic film, which launched Dustin Hoffman's career overnight, in a new stunning 4k restoration. 
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Edith Walks (PG)
From Fri 30 Jun, Cinema 3
 
Andrew Kötting’s experimental film follows an eccentric group, including Alan Moore and Iain Sinclair, as they make a historical journey on foot, reflecting on the legacy of King Harold and his wife Edith Swan Neck.
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Hampstead (PG)
Still showing, Cinema 2 & 3
 
If you go down to the Heath today, you’re sure to be in for a surprise… Take Diane Keaton for example, here she meets a squatter (Brendan Gleeson) who she ends up falling in love with, when developers want to destroy his home. 
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East End Film Festival 2017 – Encore

Sat 1 Jul, Rich Mix

Back by popular demand, EEFF2017 returns to Rich Mix for another weekend of urgent political debates and exciting new cinema, including Post-Truth: How Bullshit Conquered the World.