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Thursday 30 May 201916.00 to Saturday 1 June 201923.00

UCL Film Society's annual Festival of the Moving Image is back! Featuring screenings of five feature-length films, a short film festival, and incredible guest speakers. The three-day festival will take place at the West End-accredited Bloomsbury Theatre in London and welcomes film lovers and newcomers alike. It is an event not to be missed!

Buy your tickets below:
http://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/18217

🌟🌟 OFFICIAL LINEUP 🌟🌟

THURSDAY 30 MAY
16:00 - FILM SCREENING: You Were Never Really Here (2017) dir. Lynne Ramsay
18:30 - GUEST SPEAKER: Steven Knight*
20:00 - FILM SCREENING: Pan's Labyrinth (2006) dir. Guillermo del Toro

*Steven Knight is the creator and writer of Peaky Blinders. He has penned films such as EASTERN PROMISES, ALLIED, and DIRTY PRETTY THINGS. Knight also directed films such as SERENITY and LOCKE, and is a co-creator of the classic game-show, WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
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FRIDAY 31 MAY
16:00 - FILM SCREENING: City of God (2002) dir. Fernando Meirelles and Kátia Lund
20:00 - FILM SCREENING: There Will Be Blood (2007) dir. Paul Thomas Anderson
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SATURDAY 1 JUNE
15:00 - FILM SCREENING + GUEST SPEAKER: Peterloo (2018) + Q&A with Director and Screenwriter Mike Leigh*
20:00 - SHORT FILM COMPETITION
Open to all UK university students, the official competition of FOMI 2019 is centered around interpretations of this year’s theme: “UNDERGROUND AND KEPT FAR DOWN”. Displaying a diverse array of student short films, we are excited to screen projects from the talent of tomorrow.

*Mike Leigh is a seven-time Academy Award nominee and BAFTA-honoured director and screenwriter. Leigh has received countless accolades, including the Palme d’Or for SECRET & LIES in 1996 and the Golden Lion for VERA DRAKE in 2004. His other prominent films include NAKED, CAREER GIRLS, and MR. TURNER.