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New films from Fri 17 September

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16 September 2021

Treat yourself to a cinema trip this week – as well as a selection of brilliant new dramas and documentaries including Copilot, Herself and The Story of Looking, we've got two vintage gems to enjoy on the big screen – The Maltese Falcon and Two Lane Blacktop.

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Here's our Cinema Coordinator, Michael Coull, with more about this week's new films: 

From new UK drama Herself, featuring a knock-out performance from Irish actress Clare Dunne, to vintage treats and more besides, there’s plenty of terrific films to get lost in this week at DCA.

Mark Cousins returns to our screens with new documentary The Story of Looking. Inspired by a surgical procedure needed to restore his vision, it is a deeply personal exploration of the way we look at the world, guided by Cousins’ customary candor and thoughtfulness.

The idea of looking closely also resonates in another documentary this week; The Lost Leonardo. This extraordinary story of the world’s most expensive painting, purportedly by Leonardo da Vinci, unfolds like a gripping detective novel as the painting’s authenticity is called into doubt.

Equally gripping is Danish thriller Shorta. Tackling real-life issues of racial injustice and police brutality through a lost-behind-enemy-lines story, it’s an impressive, propulsive scramble through modern Denmark.”

Visit our Films page to find out more, book tickets, and get a sneak peek at what's coming up, including The Green Knight and the new Bond movie No Time to Die.

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