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ArtsSix at the Flix - 6 films to watch in July

Six at the Flix – 6 films to watch in July

Bridport Arts Centre
The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of The Desert.

Also playing at Bristol Pride on 6th July.
“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert presents a defiant culture clash in generous, warmly entertaining ways.” The New York Times. Janet Maslin

Bridport Electric Palace
The Beast (2024)

“Across each twist in time and place that can rush together without warning, the grounding force to it all is Seydoux.” Collider. Chase Hutchinson.

BBC iPlayer
Everything went fine (2021)

Francois Ozon adapted the memoir of his collaborator and screenwriter Emmanuele Bernheim “André Dussollier and Sophie Marceau are outstanding as a father and daughter whose tricky relationship is upended when he asks for her help to die” The Guardian. Peter Bradshaw.

The Spy Game (2001)

Fascinating to watch Robert Redford’s old Sundance charm against Brad Pitt “The film is brimming with plots, counterplots, dossiers, and sinister corrupt priorities, all held together by the telephoto obsidian gloss of Scott’s look-ma-no-pauses style.” Entertainment Weekly. Owen Gleiberman

Disney Plus
Jim Henson: Idea Man

“Henson and Howard are a fine match, and the sort of film you’d expect Ron Howard to make—straightforward, skillful, honest and sympathetic—is pretty much the kind of movie you’d want about Jim Henson.” The Wrap. Steve Pond.

Alice in the Cities (1974)

“A fine and perhaps unique example of that trickiest of genres, the road movie, and the sort of film that really does deserve the cliched response: they don’t make them like that any more, because they really don’t.” The Guardian. Peter Bradshaw

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