At the RIO

From Friday

The Falling (15)

Carol Morley continues to dig below the surface of the seemingly inexplicable with the eerily ambiguous tale, based on a real incident, of a mass fainting epidemic which broke out at an English all girl’s school in the late 1960s.

Friday 24 April, 6.30pm
Saturday 25 April, 11.30pm
Sunday 26 April, 9pm

The Emperor’s New Clothes (15)

As the 2015 General Election campaign heads for the final strait, the inimitable Russell Brand offers a hard-hitting polemic on how the rich are getting richer at the expense of the increasingly impoverished poor.
Friday 24 April, 11.30pm

Cobain: Montage of Heck(15)

The short life of legendary grunge band Nirvana’s driving force gets the definitive cinematic treatment with an expert blending of Kurt Cobain’s personal archive and family interviews.

Saturday 25 April, 11.00am

Dolphin Tale 2 (U)

Continuing the story of the brave dolphin Winter, whose miraculous rescue and recovery – thanks to a groundbreaking prosthetic tail – made her a universal symbol of hope and perseverance.

Saturday 25 April, 4pm

In the Blood (15) + Q&A

A big screen preview of a soon to be released neo-noir crime thriller from Hackney residents director Mark Abraham and co-producer Darren Pratt.

Sunday 26 April
Eric Rohmer Double Bill

2.30pm

My Night With Maud (PG)

One of the best of Rohmer’s series of Moral Tales about human relationships, love and sex. A brilliantly insightful and sublime masterpiece.

4.30pm

+ The Green Ray (12A)

A delightful psychologically and emotionally intricate character study and the Rohmer film with the most unforgettable ending.

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From Friday 1 May

A Pigeon Sat On a Branch Reflecting On Existence (12A)

A collaboration between Monty Python and Samuel Beckett. Weird and wonderful. Dialectics on the dynamic of existence. Warm and funny flights of fantasy.

Sat 2 May, 11.30pm

White Bird In a Blizzard (15)

A dreamy/nightmarish weirdie – part coming-of-age story, part whodunit – from one of cinema’s unique visionaries, Greg Araki.

Sun 5 May, 3pm

Green Film Festival UK – OPENING GALA
Bikes vs. Cars 

In 2012 there were one billion cars on the planet. By 2020, the estimate is two billion. BIKES vs. CARS is the David and Goliath story of cyclists jostling for space in cities worldwide.


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