seasons

QFT SEASONS AND FESTIVALS

Film Feels - Obsession

This July and August, QFT delves into our deepest desires and obsessions with Film Feels: Obsession, a season exploring obsession on screen; from the Machiavellian conniving of aspiring actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) in All About Eve, to John Cusack’s music-obsessed, failing romantic in High Fidelity; along with rare 35mm screenings of Misery and Single White Female; plus the Obsession Record Fair and Film Quiz. Film Feels: Obsession is a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk

Graduations 2019

Screenings of the 2019 QUB graduations with access to the garden party.
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Walled Cities 3 - Divided Communities

Following its success last year, Walled Cities continues to bring QFT audiences and academics/experts together via the screening of three films in which political conflict is in the foreground in diverse parts of the world. A discussion, with refreshments, will accompany each screening.
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The Cinema of Hirokazu Kore-eda

Over June and July, Of Flesh and Blood: The Cinema of Hirokazu Kore-eda celebrates the beautiful, human stories of a master of contemporary Japanese cinema.
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QFT Late - Cult & Classic

Welcome to QFT Late: Cult + Classic, a new monthly late night slot presenting forgotten films, maligned movies and stone cold classics.
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Stage on Screen

Experience the best of British theatre at Northern Ireland’s leading independent cinema.
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Supported Screenings

QFT is delighted to be able to offer monthly Autism friendly and Dementia friendly screenings. All are specially designed to create a welcoming and supportive environment with trained facilitators at selected screenings and are eligible for our Community Ticket Scheme.
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