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Let us show you our pick of future movie classics

 

In our Spotlight series, we focus on intelligent yet accessible films; with a strong narrative, fascinating characters and acting performances that’ll breathe new life into your cinema-going experience. We believe that these films offer some of the most compelling viewing in modern cinema. 

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SPOTLIGHT PRESENTS: MATANGI/ MAYA/ M.I.A

 Friday September 28, 5pm & 7:30pm 

Sunday September 30, 5pm & 7:30pm

 

M.I.A, known for her hit single Paper Planes, features in the centre of this award winning, critically acclaimed film which follows her incredible journey from a refugee immigrant to a multicultural punk teenager living in London to a global pop star. This is the fascinating story of one of the most inspirational, outspoken and provocative voices in the world today.

“The film comes from a place of deep admiration for MIA, but unlike more fawning biographies, it makes a convincing case that this admiration is well earned”  The Guardian

“Fascinating and insightful” Rolling Stone