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Concerning Violence, now available for you to screen

Göran Hugo Olsson, director of the Black Power Mixtape, brings Frantz Fanon’s words to life combining Ms Lauryn Hill’s narration with astounding Swedish archive footage.

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Hip Hop Heads! - The World (& the new Nas doc) is Yours (to screen!)

10-years in the making, the new feature doc ‘Time is Illmatic’ reveals the story behind the creation of Nas’ landmark debut album ‘Illmatic’ (1994). Be the first to host a screening in your area.

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Book Advanced Style + get the Colouring Book FREE

Age is nothing but a state of mind! And the Advance Style Colouring Book proves it. Featuring 30 original drawings based on the glamorous seniors of the bestselling, silver-set street fashion book Advanced Style. The next 5 popup bookings will receive a FREE Advance Style Colouring Book.

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Special offer for SCALARAMA 2014

The month of September is SCALARAMA - a celebration of DIY cinema. We’re offering 30 Dogwoof titles at special terms (25% box office split, no MG). Click the image to see which films you can book and join in on the festival!

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Show the Film for Film-Lovers

Britain’s biggest film-fanatic, Mark Cousins (A Story of Film), has returned with another world cinema odyssey ‘A Story of Children and Film’. The perfect film to screen for lovers of cinema.

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Screen the BAFTA-winning Doc

Exec produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris, The Act of Killing is a chilling and inventive documentary in which the unrepentant former members of Indonesian death squads are challenged to re-enact some of their many murders in the style of the American movies they love.

“I have not seen a film as powerful, surreal, and frightening in at least a decade…it is unprecedented in the history of cinema.” - Werner Herzog

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