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COMPETITION: Pictures Snatched Out The Frame
Sat 13 Jan 15:00 Curzon Soho
Memories can help us make sense of the past, but the past can sometimes feel like another country. These short films can show the past as both confusing and rose-tinted, like looking through an old photo album where nothing is what it seems. Watch out for Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio, The Hunger Games) as a washed-up TV host, and Josh O’Connor (God’s Own Country) delving into the past of homosexual life in fifties Britain. 95 mins
This competition programme also screens at Rich Mix on Wednesday 17th January
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