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ArtsSix at the Flix March 24

Six at the Flix March 24

Bridport Arts Centre
I am Urban (2023)

“Urban’ provides an incredibly powerful and gritty social commentary on the true reality of Bernard Hare’s experiences and that of a group of children in Leeds growing up through the nineties.” Sir Tony Hawkhead. CEO of Action for Children.

The Electric Palace Bridport
All of Us Strangers (2023)

“The latest from Andrew Haigh is an exquisitely melancholy fantasy-infused meditation on loss and isolation. A luxuriantly sad and skin-tinglingly sensual gay romance.” Screen Daily. Wendy Ide.

Past Lives (2023)
“The film gathers you up in its hands and carries you along with it, resulting in what will surely be one of the best films of 2023.” Slash Film. Chris Evangelista.

BBC iPlayer Films
The Eternal Memory (2023)

“It’s nearly impossible to talk about Alzheimer’s without forefronting misery, anger and despair. It is a cruel and callous disease that destroys lives piece by piece. Perhaps the greatest feat of the courageous The Eternal Memory then is Alberdi, Góngora and Urrutia’s ability to broach the subject with all of these emotions—but with an emphasis on life, not death.” Paste Magazine. Aurora Amidon.

Beyond Utopia (2023)
“A first-class example of bravery and reportage melding into an filmed testament.”
Screen Daily. Fionnuala Halligan.

Plaza Cinema Dorchester
Dune 2 (2024)

“There’s something more alive in it. There’s a relationship to the characters. I was trying to reach for an intensity and a quality of emotions that I didn’t reach with Part One and that I did reach with Part Two,” Variety. Denis Villeneuve, Director of Dune Part One and Two.

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