April Schedule

Here’s an idea of what you can expect from us in April. We won’t get all of these covered, but we’ll at least aim to see all of the major releases:

Please note: These are the dates of the official theatrical release; We publish the podcast the following Tuesday, in most cases.

Wednesday 3rd April:

      • “Dark Skies” / Scott Charles Stewart*

Friday 5th April:

      • “All Things To All Men” / George Issac
      • “The Expatriate” / Philipp Stolzl
      • “A Late Quartet” / Yaron Zilberman*
      • “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” / Peter Hedges
      • “Spring Breakers” /Harmony Korine*

Friday 12th April:

      • “First Position” / Bess Kargman
      • “The Gatekeepers” / Dror Moreh
      • “Oblivion” / Joseph Kosinski*
      • “Papadopoulos & Sons” / Marcus Markou [Rescheduled from 05/04]
      • “The Place Beyond the Pines” / Derek Cianfrance*
      • “Promised Land” / Gus Van Sant* [Re-scheduled from 19/04]
      • “Simon Killer” / Antonio Sampos

Wednesday 17th April:

      • “Olympus Has Fallen” / Antoine Fuqua

Thursday 18th April:

      • “Evil Dead” / Fede Alvarez

Friday 19th April:

      • “Love Is All You Need” / Susanne Bier*
      • “Me and You” / Bernardo Bertolucci*
      • “Reality” / Matteo Garrone [Re-scheduled from March]
      • “Rebellion” /Mathieu Kassovitz

Friday 26th April:

      • “The ABCs of Death” / Various
      • “Bernie” / Richard Linklater*
      • “Iron Man 3” / Shane Black*
      • “The Look of Love” /Michael Winterbottom*
      • “The Lords of Salem” /Rob Zombie*
      • “Shell” / Scott Graham* [Re-scheduled from March]
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