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TV & Film

Showroom Cinema: A death-defying climb

As two new feature length documentaries released at the Showroom Cinema this week remind us, sometimes the truth is stranger - and more incredible – than fiction. Both Free Solo and Three Identical Strangers tell extraordinary, jaw-dropping true stories that are at once both deeply personal and intimate, and epic in scale.
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Showroom Cinema: Dreams are shattered 

A John Carpenter double-bill; rediscovered and restored classics of Margarethe von Trotta; a film about a construction worker who receives Poland’s first face transplant; and one of the most anticipated films of the year. What do these things have in common? You can catch them at Showroom over the next 7 days!
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DISOBEDIENCE

Showroom Cinema: Film fizzles with passion

Chilean director Sebastián Lelio dazzled us all when his Oscar-winning film A Fantastic Woman was welcomed onto our screens in March earlier this year. It was a stunning portrait of grief, told through the eyes of a transgender woman as she mourns the death of her lover.
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Shoplifters

Cinema: A deeply moving tale

The master of passionate and gentle human dramas, Hirokazu Kore-eda, returns to the screens once more this Friday with his latest Palme d’Or winning film, Shoplifters. Equal parts bitter and sweet, Shoplifters is a deeply moving tale about the ties that bind a struggling family together. 
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