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Happy Wednesday! Can you believe that this is our 42nd edition - the answer to the meaning of life, the universe, and everything! 🌟

We're bringing you another newsletter packed full of recommendations from our team, and would love to hear what you've been enjoying watching at home - let us know on our social channels or by replying to this email!


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Chicago (2002) // Rob Marshall
Marketing Assistant: Ellie

"Nearing its 20th anniversary, the film adaptation of the hit musical Chicago is still as electrifying as it was on release two decades ago. Fuelled by the jazz, glitz and glam of the 1920s, follow Roxie and Velma as they commit mischief, mockery and murder all in the name of a good show."

Rent on Amazon Prime
Toni Erdmann (2016) // Maren Ade

Edinburgh Cinema Club: Isobel
 
"Ever wonder what it’d be like to have a prankster for a Dad? Not Ines, it’s why she keeps hers at a distance, that is until he surprises her with a spontaneous visit and new alter ego - Toni Erdmann. Maren Ade perfectly captures Ines’ deep embarrassment for Dad Winfried’s inappropriate behaviour alongside her human pull to his desperate acts."

Watch on MUBI
Deep Red (1975) // Dario Argento

Front of House Supervisor: Becca

"Mesmerising thriller horror from director Dario Argento (Suspiria, Bird with the Crystal Plumage) bringing together a wild combination of graphic body horror and intense psychodrama. Not only is the story a complete rollercoaster of mystery and terror, it is all accompanied by a fantastically groovy jazz/funk soundtrack. If you love classic horror you'll love Deep Red!"
Watch through Arrow Video
Rocks (2019) (12) // Sarah Gavron
Education Recommends

One of the most celebrated British films of 2020, Rocks follows a young girl as she must care for herself and her younger brother. The film has been praised for its take on the coming-of-age genre and exceptional young cast. It offers a thoughtful portrayal of friendship - a film upper high school students will love!

Check out Into Film's fantastic film resource!
The Suspicions of Mr Whicher or The Murder at Road Hill House // Kate Summerscale

Programme Officer: Raymah

"Mr Whicher was one of Scotland Yard’s first detectives, a man so ahead of his time when it came to observation he served as inspiration to Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins to name a few. The Murder at Road Hill House gripped a nation; a young boy so tragically murdered and an upper class family falling under suspect, Summerscale evokes the Victorian period so well that not only does this book serve as a true-crime account, but also as a history lesson for exploring the shifting societal attitudes at the time."
Many bookshops in Edinburgh will order in books in that you request - here's some great bookshops you can support!
 
Lighthouse Book Shop  Golden Hare Books ● Transreal Fiction
The Portobello Bookshop ● The Edinburgh Bookshop ● Topping & Company
Armchair Books ● Blackwells
DIS-Order // Podcast

Belmont Filmhouse Duty Manager: Caroline
"A chronological journey through the struggles, sacrifices, and successes of every animated feature film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. Hosts Andy, Hunter and Michael analyse a different Disney film each week, talk about their favourite, and not so favourite, bits. A must-listen for Disney fans!"

Listen to the podcast!
Glasgow Short Film Festival 2021
 
Glasgow Short Film Festival are returning for their 14th edition from 22-28 March, and have just announced a fantastic line-up! 

Their full programme, including Q&As, will be captioned for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing audiences, and they have a Pay What You Can sliding scale for passes.

 

One-month extension to the 14-day free trial on BFI Player Subscription. No commitment. Cancel at any time. To access the special offer please visit player.bfi.org.uk/subscribe, create your account or sign in, choose your subscription type, add in the code PARTNER20. Offer expires on 31/3/2021.

You’ll need to enter your payment card details as your subscription will automatically renew at the end of the free trial period unless you cancel beforehand. This offer is not compatible with the BFI Player Channel on Amazon Prime and the Apple TV app. Please note that BFI Player is unavailable outside the UK

. This voucher code has no cash value. Terms of use: https://player.bfi.org.uk/terms-of-use

Filmhouse has partnered up with MUBI to offer our customers three months of films entirely FREE! With a selection ranging from cult classics to award-winning masterpieces, and a new film added every day, there's something for everyone to enjoy - with even more cinema to enjoy through their new LIBRARY.

The button on the sign-up page will prompt you to enter your credit card details: if you cancel before the end of the trial, you won't be charged – if you decide to stay on, you'll start a standard paid subscription with MUBI.

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