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What's On Podcast October

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Film: The Wave Free Screening
Nottingham Contemporary
3rd Nov

Join us for a post-brexit film screening of The Wave (2008), followed by a panel discussion with young activists.

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Midlands Movies Awards 2020
Midlands Movies
The Midlands Movies Awards is an awards ceremony for Midlands films and filmmakers. This annual event is planned to take place at Hansom Hall in Leicester on Saturday 14th March 2020.

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FILMWIRE October is out now!
Midlands Film Hub
This month's Midlands medley includes a plethora of film festivals, the long-awaited return of Chris Morris, and a chance to make sacrificial offerings of your Jerry Maguire VHS tapes

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Nottingham University Film Making Society

 The long-anticipated unseen final cut of our most ambitious film ever. WATCH NOW - it's not to be missed!

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We Need To Talk About Erik

 A short story, based, rather loosely it has to be said on some actual things that actually happened one rainy Bank Holiday weekend in Whitby.

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Wilfrid Israel, an unsung Holocaust hero, gets his due
The Times of Israel
As International Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches, a film sheds light on an oft-forgotten wealthy German Jew who — through a combination of wily negotiations with the Nazis, large sums of his own money and a long series of selfless acts — saved thousands of Jews in the 1930s and 1940s.

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Awards at Jerusalem Film Festival
The Jerusalem Post

The awards of the 36th Jerusalem Film Festival were announced at a ceremony at the Jerusalem Cinematheque on Thursday and the winner of the Haggiag Competition for Best Israeli Feature Film was Yaron Shani’s Love Trilogy: Chained, about a policeman who struggles after his wife leaves him, with tragic consequences.

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From Thelma and Louise to Animals: how female friendships on screen got real
The Guardian

Animals is the latest film to explore women’s lives in a refreshingly realistic way. Why did it take Fleabag and Girls for cinema to realise there is more to a narrative than marriage?

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Singh: Number 7 (Concept Trailer)
West Knighton Films

Singh: Number 7 follows the story of Jasdeep Singh, a young British Asian man chasing an unrelenting dream, to become a professional footballer and make it to the highest level in the game.

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Major TV and film studio complex to open in Leeds

The six-studio development is being created on the former Polsestar Petty printworks – a currently derelict site (pictured above) – in response to increasing demand for TV facilities in Leeds, following Channel 4 and Sky’s recent announcements of relocations to the city.

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For the Love of George

 "They'll be painting the park fence soon. It could do with a new coat. They do it every now and then."

The woman from the reproduction antiques shop contemplates the state of the state of the park fencing opposite.

Well there isn’t much else to do.

Until one day George walks in to look at a reproduction Queen Ann desk.

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Recycle and Help Keep Hothouse Projects Going!

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