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Film Feels Curious

Throughout the month of July, we’re getting curious with a hand-picked selection of films for inquiring minds. Film Feels Curious is a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network.

Film Feels Curious x SCREEN/PRINT: Eraserhead

A dream of dark and troubling things… David Lynch’s 1977 debut feature, Eraserhead, is both a lasting cult sensation and a work of extraordinary craft and beauty.
07 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: Double Indemnity

Billy Wilder’s (Sunset Boulevard, Some Like It Hot) cunning masterpiece, adapted from James M. Cain’s then-notorious pulp novel.
09 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: Murder Mystery Night + Double Indemnity

The game is afoot. Become an amateur sleuth and join the Play Dead Murder Mystery company in solving the killing of a 1940s Hollywood diva within QFT!
09 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: Mulholland Drive

A love story in the city of dreams... Consistently hailed as the best film of the 21st century, this 4K digital restoration of David Lynch's quintessential neo-noir was supervised by Lynch himself.
16 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious x Cinemagic: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

A toon hating detective must put his feelings aside to help a love sick rabbit framed for murder. A whodunnit with an animated twist, including the unforgettable femme fatale, Jessica Rabbit.
17 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: The Hitch-Hiker

Ida Lupino’s gritty noir deserves to become a classic of the thriller genre. A favourite of Martin Scorsese, this true crime story will leave you unsettled.
17 July 2022 , 30 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: The Curious World of John Smith Vol. 1

This is one of two programmes of the work of the hugely influential filmmaker John Smith. This programme gathers together his earliest films including The Girl Chewing Gum and The Black Tower. 
20 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious x QFT Late: Soylent Green

Set in 2022, this science fiction classic presents a dystopian future where overpopulation and lack of food threaten the very existence of the human race. The answer is Soylent Green.
23 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: The Short Films of David Lynch

Join us for a special screening of short films by contemporary cinema master, David Lynch, as part of our Film Feels Curious season.
23 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious x LUMI: Brick

Before Knives Out… before Looper… before Star Wars: The Last Jedi…writer/director Rian Johnson made his debut with this deliciously clever nouveau noir — the best probably since 1974’s Chinatown. Really.
24 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: The Curious World of John Smith Vol. 2

This is one of two programmes of the work of the hugely influential filmmaker John Smith. This programme brings together much of Smith’s work from the early 1990s onwards, including the critically acclaimed Blight.
27 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Join us to celebrate the 30th anniversary of David Lynch's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me as Special Agents Chester Desmond and Dale Cooper unravel bizarre clues and mysterious disappearances in the peaceful town of Twin Peaks.
28 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious: Say Yes to VHS: John Hughes Double Bill

Be kind rewind. We’re going back to the ‘80s with long-time friend of QFT Brian Henry Martin, screening two John Hughes’ classics from his trusty top loader.
30 July 2022
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Film Feels Curious x SCREEN/PRINT: Labyrinth

Hide your baby brother because Jim Henson's 1986 cult classic Labyrinth, starring Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie, returns to QFT.
31 July 2022
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