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Six at the Flix June 24

The Electric Palace, Bridport
Wilding (PG) (2024)

Based on Isabella Tree’s best-selling book of the same name, Wilding tells the story of a young couple that bets on nature for the future of their failing, 400 year old estate.

The Electric Palace, Bridport
The Trust Fall: Julian Assange (2024)

“The jury is literally out on Assange – in that there’s little prospect of him receiving justice any time soon – and that’s really the problem (or, if you like, the plan). The film is admirable, if entirely one-sided, in its sincere commitment, but its persuasiveness will really depend on where you already stand on the issues.” Steve Rose, The Guardian.

Bridport Arts Centre
Anselm (PG)

“Wim Wenders continues to push the boundaries of 3D filmmaking with a visually-striking documentary that pulls the audience into the artistic process of Anselm Kiefer, but keeps his biography at a distance.” Katie McCabe BFI.

Picture House, Exeter
The Matrix: 25th Anniversary (2024)

“On the 25th anniversary of The Matrix, the movie remains a cultural touchstone. Its mix of gravity-defying, phenomenal CGI enhanced stunts, martial arts choreography, awesome sunglasses, and Philip K. Dick-esque paranoia set a new standard for cool badass action movie myth-making.” Noah Berlatsky,

The Plaza, Dorchester
Inside Out 2 (PG) (2024)

The sequel introduces Anxiety, a Muppet-like emotion character with a huge, stretchy mouth and big, wobbly eyes. She’s joined by Ennui, who is represented as a lazy, drooping line, and Envy, a tiny mushroom-like blob of an emotion. And there’s also Embarrassment, a huge, hulking figure who hides his big face beneath a hoodie.

The Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis
The Longest Day (1962)

Commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the largest naval, air and land operation in history.

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