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

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Luxor (2020) // Zeina Durra

Head of Cinema Operations: Colin

"The Evening Standard called Luxor 'reminiscent of other deliberately excruciating movies where uptight, middle class singletons lose the plot' in their review, which eventually comes around. So will you. Riseborough's subtly disconnected performance grounds it, giving nod to the tension of the region and the relationships in the film. The photography and composition is beautiful; the story gentle yet affecting. And the shallowness of say an Eat Pray Love feels a million miles away."

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The Rider (2017) // Chloé Zhao

Programme Manager: Evi

"Chloé Zhao’s second feature entranced audiences with what we now know as the director’s distinct cinematic style. Blending documentary and fiction and observing life’s complexities with a steady, poetic yet simple presence, The Rider is a beautiful character study of a young bronc rider in today’s South Dakota."

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I Am Greta (2020) // Nathan Grossman

Education Recommends
To mark Earth Day this coming Thursday, the Education team recommends I am Greta (12), an insightful documentary which follows Greta Thunberg on her fight to get people to listen to scientists about the world's environmental problems. The film shows the power of youth activism and how teenagers around the world continue to bring environmental issues to the foreground.

Access the Earth Day Education library here, which aims to empower students through environmental education
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

SMHAF are returning for their 15th edition, with their festival running online from 3 - 23 May!

In a year that the world was turned upside-down, normal is different for all of us. This year's programme will explore the theme of 'Normality?', as well as the relationship between mental health and nature.

Find out more about SMHAF 2021
Senior Selections at Home // That Sinking Feeling

Senior Selections at home is our virtual film club where over 60s come together to watch a film and discuss it over zoom afterwards.The next screening is That Sinking Feeling, a comedy set in Scotland and directed by Bill Forsyth. The film follows four bored, unemployed teenagers who come up with an idea to steal a shipment of stainless-steel sinks from a warehouse.

This event is FREE but ticketed. Numbers are limited, so book your place now! (over 60s only)

Wed 12 May at 2pm Register Here
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