At the RIO

From Friday

Mistress America (15)

Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig return with a girl-bonding-and-breaking tale about dream-chasing, score-settling and cat stealing that delightfully combines contemporary satire with classic Hollywood comedy.

HOLIDAY MATINEES
From 14 to 22 August

Song of the Sea (U)

A beautiful blend of Celtic legends, brilliant design and animation, and great storytelling from the director of THE SECRET OF KELLS. With plenty of laughs plus a dollop of danger, it’s an enchanting, entertaining and moving treat for all ages – and one of the best films of the year.
Saturday 15 August, 11.30pm

Björk: Biophilia Live (U)

A journey somewhere between deep sea and deep space to explore the workings of a musical mind like no other. BIOPHILIA LIVE includes evocative animation, science and nature footage, and the voice of David Attenborough.

Sunday 16 August
Double Bill

2.30pm

Ponyo (U)

Another magical fantasy from the creator of SPIRITED AWAY and HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE. PONYO is a weird and wonderful aquatic tale, but also serves as a meditation on the state of our blue, beautiful but threatened planet.

4.30pm

+ Song of the Sea (U)

A beautiful blend of Celtic legends, brilliant design and animation, and great storytelling from the director of THE SECRET OF KELLS. With plenty of laughs plus a dollop of danger, it’s an enchanting, entertaining and moving treat for all ages – and one of the best films of the year.
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London Feminist Film Festival

Thursday 20 August, 6.30pm

LFFF: Through the Lens of Hip Hop: UK Women  (PG)
 Lady of Percussion 

A look at the women of the UK hip hop community which touches on issues of feminism, identity, race, hip-hop education, women in the music industry and more.

+ Panel Discussion

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From Thu 20 to Sun 23 August

London Feminist Film Festival 2015

The L.F.F.F celebrates women creatives whilst ensuring that the feminist ethos extends to the films shown during the festival. Its aims are to inspire discussion about feminism and film, to support women directors, and to get feminist films seen by a wider audience.

Fri 21st to Sun 23rd Aug

Looking for Love (15)

With intimate interviews, music and performance LOOKING FOR LOVE explores 21st century male-female love and relationships within the UK’s Black British community. Menelik Shabazz has been in the forefront of UK independent black film making and we are delighted to welcome him to talk about the film after the 6.15 show on Saturday August 22.

From Friday 28 August

45 Years (15)

Beautifully played by the magnificent Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay, 45 YEARS is a moving and absorbing triumph about everyone’s relationships and a film to treasure.


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