A Spring Season of Virtual Films from around the World

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Support Totnes Cinema  by watching films at home with YourScreen. We are partnering with YourScreen to bring a wonderful programme of world cinema - new to the UK and/or not available on other streaming platforms - into your living room. By choosing to watch the best of world cinema via YourScreen, you will be supporting

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Asunder: Esther Johnson. UK. 2016. 1hr 12mins. F-rated

Totnes Cinema 27a High Street, Totnes

Asunder Esther Johnson. UK. 2016. 1hr 12mins. F-rated (Available 1 March - 30 April) Making its online debut on YourScreen,  Asunder tells the story of what happened to an English town during the First World War, with almost all of its men abroad fighting and its women and children left behind. The North East was

The Humorist / Yumorist Michael Idov. 2019  Russia / Latvia / Czech Republic. 1hr 40mins

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A middle-aged man steps out in front of an applauding crowd. “Hey Lady! How about a photo?” The opening line of comedian Boris Arkadiev’s winning if timeworn routine, the one that has brought him affluence, hordes of adoring fans and, most importantly for a Jew in the Soviet Russia of 1984, the approval of the

A Coach’s Daughter Lukasz Grzegorzek. 2018. Poland

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Maciej is devoted to his 17-yr-old daughter Wiktoria, a rising tennis star whom Maciej, as her coach, pushes hard to improve her game. During one hot summer, as they trek across Poland from one tournament to another, the daily grind of hard training begins to seem absurd to Wiktoria, and the first impulses of rebellion

Selfie Various. 2020. France. 1hr 48mins

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An exclusive Zoom interview with actress Fanny Sidney will be available to help promote alongside  this title. Like a whole series of Black Mirror in one film, these six darkly humorous, interlinking stories explore our increasing dependence upon digital media. Cyberstalking, social media, online shopping, swipe dating, vlogging - all come under its insightful gaze. Starring Fanny

Veins of the World Byambasuren Davaa. 2020. Germany, Mongolia. 1hr 36mins. F-rated

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The director of much-loved world cinema classics The Story of the Weeping Camel and The Cave of the Yellow Dog transports us once again to the spectacular beauty of the Mongolian steppe, this time looking at the encroachment of modernity and its effect on nomadic lifestyles that have changed little in hundreds of years. Following

Sofia Meryem Benm’Barek-Aloïsi. 2018. France / Qatar / Belgium / Morocco. 1hr 20mins. FFF-rated

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The breaking of her waters at a family gathering mean that 20-yr-old Sofia, daughter of a well-to-do Casablanca family, can no longer deny, to herself or anyone else, that she is pregnant. This will usher in serious consequences in a country - Morocco - where sex out of wedlock is an imprisonable offense. Whisked away