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The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society

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Films // Coming up

What's on - Mon 16 May~Mon 23 May
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19 May
Thursday
7:30pm

Ennio (15)

Oscar®-winning director Giuseppe Tornatore (Cinema Paradiso) presents a fascinating documentary celebrating the life and legacy of the legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone.

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20 May
Friday
7:00pm

‘To Wong Foo, Thanks for everything! Julie Newmar’ (PG): With Live Q&A Podcast Recording

Queer Reflections present this 90's comedy classic starring Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze and John Leguizamo.

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26 May
Thursday
7:30pm

The Worst Person in The World (15)

Acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st, Louder Than Bombs) returns with a wistful and subversive romantic drama about the quest for love and meaning.

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28 May
Saturday
7:30pm
For 5 days

Casablanca Beats (12A)

Former rapper Anas takes a job at a cultural centre in a working-class neighbourhood in Casablanca. Encouraged by their new teacher, his students will try to free themselves from the weight of restrictive traditions in order to live their passions and express themselves through hip-hop… Additional screening on 2nd June.

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3 June
Friday
7:30pm
For 6 days

The Northman (15)

From visionary director Robert Eggers comes THE NORTHMAN, an action-filled epic that follows a young Viking prince on his quest to avenge his father’s murder.

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16 June
Thursday
7:30pm

Arica (PG)

Part personal journey, part courtroom drama, Arica is the story of a community fighting for justice.

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17 June
Friday
7:30pm

Swan Song (Rating: TBC)

In SWAN SONG retired hair stylist Pat Pitsenbarger (Udo Kier) escapes his nursing home to embark upon an odyssey across his small town to style the hair of his dead ‘frenemy’ for her funeral, confronting the ghosts of the past and rediscovering his sparkle along the way. SWAN SONG is a comical and bittersweet journey about rediscovering oneself, and still looking gorgeous even at death.

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18 June
Saturday
7:30pm

Wood to Wave with Q&A

This new film charts the progress of Falmouth Marine school students as they attempt to build a Cornish Pilot Gig.

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23 June
Thursday
7:30pm

Dying Breed with Director's Q&A (12A)

For 12 months Mick Catmull followed farmers at work on 3 small cattle farms in west Cornwall, capturing a way of life under threat from retail giants and modern agribusiness. The family farm has been part of the Cornish landscape since time immemorial - but for how much longer?

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25 June
Saturday
7:30pm
For 6 days

All My Friends Hate Me (Rating: TBC)

Pete is cautiously excited about reuniting with his college crew for a birthday weekend. But, one by one, his friends slowly turn against him. Is he being punished, is he paranoid, or is he part of some sick joke? Showing on: Saturday 25th June and Friday 1st July

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30 June
Thursday
7:30pm

The Wisdom Of Trauma (Rating: TBC)

In The Wisdom of Trauma, we travel alongside physician, bestselling author and Order of Canada recipient Dr. Gabor Maté to explore why our western society is facing such epidemics. This is a journey with a man who has dedicated his life to understanding the connection between illness, addiction, trauma and society.

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7 July
Thursday
7:30pm

Pleasure (18)

A raw, vital and groundbreaking exploration of the adult film industry, PLEASURE is the unflinching first feature from Swedish writer-director Ninja Thyberg. One of the most audacious breakouts of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, and featuring professional porn stars playing versions of themselves, Thyberg’s captivating debut is as authentic as it is daring.

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All My Friends Hate Me (Rating: TBC)

Pete is cautiously excited about reuniting with his college crew for a birthday weekend. But, one by one, his friends...

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Wood to Wave with Q&A

This new film charts the progress of Falmouth Marine school students as they attempt to build a Cornish Pilot Gig. ...

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Arica (PG)

Part personal journey, part courtroom drama, Arica is the story of a community fighting for justice. ...

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