Our Odeon Cinema have partenered up with BFF to bring you the best film to our screens at Victoria Square!
Please see listings below:
My Old School
29/6/2022 1930 £7
The astonishing true story of Scotland’s most notorious imposter. It’s 1993 and 16 year old Brandon is the new kid in school. Soon he’s top of the class, acting exams and even taking the lead in the school musical. He’s the model pupil, until he’s unmasked…
A different kind of true crime film, this is one full of fun and twists – including a great portrayal of the subject by Alan Cumming.
“My Old School” keeps its audience guessing, delighted to be deceived” Variety
“Deliciously compelling.” The Hollywood Reporter
1/7/2022 1900 £4
Belfast Film Festival paired five local filmmakers with five community groups from the Belfast area, to make a 5-15 minute documentary.
The participants have worked across every aspect of the project, from locations, sound, archive, filming and post-production, gaining skills and confidence from their filmmakers.
Séan Murray This short documentary explores the lives of first and second generation immigrants who now call Ireland their home.
Michael McNulty & Belfast Friendship Group Belfast. A port city. Welcoming visitors for hundreds of years through the mouth of the River Farset. Is today any different? Travelled individuals share their thoughts on a historic city.
Lisa Keogh & VOYPIC My bedroom. In Nature. On a skateboard. Ayah, Martha, and Georgia reflect on their journeys through care and share the safe places they’ve found or created for themselves.
Emily MacFarland & PPR/ANAKA Women’s Collective. Tracing memories of displacement, the meaning of home, present challenges around social housing and future aspirations for a new kind of neighbourhood.
Gillian Callan & young people from Short Strand who speak Irish. A short observational film about what it’s like to be bilingual.
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