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QFT Programme February 2015

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Vera Brittain's extraordinary life during WWI is explored in this magnificent period drama based on her classic memoir. Intelligent and free-spirited Vera (Alicia Vikander, A Royal Affair) overcomes the narrow-mindedness of her conservative parents, winning a scholarship to Oxford. Entrance...

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Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac chase the American Dream in this gritty crime drama from writer-director J.C. Chandor (All is Lost). Set in 1981 during one of the most crime-ridden winters in New York City's history, A Most Violent Year follows Abel and Anna Morales (Oscar Isaac and Jessic...

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A gifted young drummer finds himself challenged by a brilliant mentor intent on pushing his student to greatness, in this multi-award winning, must-see drama. The sheer audacity of Whiplash will leave you breathless - as if you've just dodged a bullet, or run a marathon. In a virtuosic dire...

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@QFTBelfast 20:47 26th January 2015

RT @MattyC53: .@QFTBelfast @KermodeMovie @wittertainment @guardianfilm #Whiplash: scorching, astounding. & http://t…

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@QFTBelfast 20:47 26th January 2015

RT @maccathesaint: Went to see whiplash last night @QFTBelfast Its like what if Malcolm Tucker was conducting a big band. And its amazing…

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@QFTBelfast 20:47 26th January 2015

RT @msominogue: I think @QFTBelfast might have outdone themselves with this February's line-up #bestyet

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@QFTBelfast 19:02 24th January 2015

RT @belfastfilmblog: DUKE OF BURGUNDY, INHERENT VICE, LOVE IS STRANGE and SELMA head up Feb @QFTBelfast preview http…