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12:00 A Star is Born
(except Wed/Thur)
11:30 The Children Act 12:00 Life Itself 12:00 First Man
14:45 A Star is Born 13:45 Juliet, Naked 14:30 Kanarie 14:45 Widows new
  16:00 The Children Act    
18:00 A Star is Born
(except Mon)
18.15 Juliet, Naked 18:00 Life Itself 18:00 First Man
(except Fri, Mon)
20:45 A Star is Born 20:30 High Fantasy new 20:30 Bad Times at El Royale 20:45 Widows

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AFRICAN SCREEN at the Labia
enjoys the support of the National Film & Video Foundation (South Africa
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NEW SCREENINGS
Friday 16 November

Winner Artistic Bravery Prize at the Durban International Film Festival 2018.
A Jenna Bass film

HIGH FANTASY
SA 2017

“In following up her award-winning debut, Love the One you Love, the filmmaker turns her camera - actually an iphone, which she used to shoot the film – on four very different friends camping in the Northern Cape. Their jovial antics are interspersed with cutting conversations about race, land claims and gender relations. With a raw style that’s part Blair Witch and part Tangerine, the film probes apartheid’s still-unhealed wounds, and challenges the platitudes of a promised peaceful future. TIFF 2017

“Surprising and challenging.” Cinema Axis

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From the director of 12 years a slave and the author of Gone Girl!
Viola Davis, Colin Farrell, Liam Neeson in a Steve McQueen film.

WIDOWS
UK/USA 2018

Veronica, Linda, Alice and Belle have nothing in common except a debt left behind by their dead husband’s criminal activities. Tensions soon rise when they take fate into their own hands and conspire to forge a future on their own terms.

“It’s a stark, violent, cynical but thoroughly entertaining caper film.” Vulture
“Deliciously fun and deliriously devious.” Consequence of Sound
“Widows is a knockout.” The Film Stage
“A richly rewarding experience.” The Guardian
“Highly original and entertaining.” Variety


SPECIAL SCREENING

FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER 18:15

German Language School and Goethe-Institut present

Der Staat gegen Fritz Bauer
(The people vs. Fritz Bauer)

Germany (2015) 101 mins, German with English subtitles

Director: Lars Kraume.
Starring: Burghart Klaubner, Ronald Zehrfeld, Lilith Stangenberg.

Germany, 1957. Attorney General Fritz Bauer receives crucial evidence on the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann who is allegedly hiding in Buenos Aires. Bauer, himself Jewish, has been trying to take crimes from the Third Reich to court ever since his return from Danish exile. Because of his distrust in the German justice system, Fritz Bauer contacts the Israeli secret service Mossad, and, by doing so, commits treason.

Tickets: R40 ph 021 424 5927 to book!


STARTS FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER

Daily 12:00, 14:45, 18:00, 20:45 (no 20:45 Fri)

It will rock you!
Rami Malek (as Freddie Mercury) in a Bryan Singer film

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
UK/USA 2018, 135 MINS, 13DLS

A foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury.

“Giddily entertaining … thrilling.” Washington Post
“Electrifying music … Malek is magnetic.” Common Sense Media.

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