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Your weekly dose of film goodness from the Belmont team has arrived. Read on for our film recommendations & more!

What have you been watching? For a chance to be featured in a future issue please drop us a message with your recommendations over social or email. Don't forget to follow our social media channels for more film content and reopening updates - you can follow us on TwitterInstagram and Facebook. 
L.A. Confidential (1997) // Curtis Hanson

Head of Cinema Operations: Colin

"A brilliant portrait of the seediness of golden age Hollywood firstly but underneath it's a study of problem policing in the US still relevant to the modern age. Pierce and Crowe are perfect as Ed Exley and Bud White but everyone is good, especially James Cromwell, the characters flitting in and out of those twisting shots of corridors, the plot bristling and that ending hinting at a lack of problems solved and morals eschewed. Still totally gripping."

Watch on Mubi
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (2019) // Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

Programme Manager: Evi

"I wholeheartedly recommend Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am. It is such an inspiring documentary that is built around interviews with the author herself, just before her passing. Her generosity of spirit and openness are inviting us close to her enlightened presence."

Watch on Filmhouse at Home
Mary and the Witch's Flower (2017) // Hiromasa Yonebayashi

Education Recommends

For this weeks Education Recommends we look back at one of our past school screenings. Based on Mary Stewart’s classic children’s book, Mary and the Witch’s Flower (U) follows a young girl whose world gets turned upside down as she joins a school for wizards and witches. An extraordinary adventure which will appeal to children of all ages!

Learn more about the themes of the film with Into Film’s resource

 
Pew // Catherine Lacey

Programme Officer: Raymah

"Who is Pew? Pew is a person, named as such, as they were found in the pew of a church. The town don’t know what to make of them - are they a man? Woman? Old? Young? Where did they come from? Eerie and unsettling with echoes of Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery, Pew makes for a quick read that will have you mulling over it long after."

"I consumed it. It is the electric charge we need" - Daisy Johnson, author of Everything Under
EIFF Youth // New Visions Short Film Competition 2021
 
The EIFF Youth New Visions competition is dedicated to discovering the newest voices in Scottish film and bringing their visions to a global stage!

The competition is FREE to enter and is open to young people aged 15 to 25 residing in Scotland. Find out how to submit your film, of any genre, below. 

Find out more about New Visions
The Past Five Years: A Sliver of Hope for Disability Representation // Charlotte Little

This week is Deaf Awareness Week so we wanted to highlight this brilliant article written by film writer and access consultant Charlotte Little. The piece focuses on disability representation on screen and highlights four groundbreaking depictions of disability from the last five years including: the Academy Award® nominated Crip Camp. Charlotte also discusses two films which centre around deaf characters - A Quiet Place and Dawn of the Deaf.

Read the Article
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