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This month at Light House very much belongs to accomplished and much beloved British actresses. Helen Mirren ‘fights for the art’ alongside a rejuvenated Ryan Reynolds in ‘Woman In Gold’ as Alan Rickman directs Kate Winslet in his period drama debut ‘ A Little Chaos’.

Matthias Schoenaerts. Michael Sheen. Tom Sturridge. Carey Mulligan certainly has her pick of the suitors in Thomas Vinterberg’s (The Hunt) adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel ‘Far From The Madding Crowd’.

Sticking with the home-grown theme, Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman collaborate once again in ‘Child 44’, whilst ‘Game Of Thrones’ star Maisie Williams switches swords and sandals for school in ‘The Falling’. Elsewhere, we’ll see Luke Perry rock out in John Williams’ ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’, which has already played at Berlin and Raindance Film Festival.

Branching overseas, director Noah Baumbach returns after his previously well-received effort ‘Frances Ha’ with Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts looking to rediscover their youth in ‘While We’re Young’. Omar Sy reteams with ‘Untouchable’ duo Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano for dramedy ‘Samba’.

It’s also a month celebrating science-fiction and the tenth anniversary of a leading festival. Marked with a special screening of ‘Close Encounters of The Third Kind’, a memorabilia and toy fair will be hosted on Monday ‘May The Fourth Be With You’. In addition, it’s the return of DeafFest with the Ukranian film ‘The Tribe’ heading up proceedings.

Here’s the line-up in full:

WOMAN IN GOLD (SIMON CURTIS)

Friday 1st May – Thursday 7th May

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A LITTLE CHAOS (ALAN RICKMAN)

Friday 1st May – Thursday 7th May

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*MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU SCREENING*

Close Encounters Of The Third Kind

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Tuesday 5th May – Thursday 7th May

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WILD TALES (DAMIAN SZIFRON)

Friday 8th May – Thursday 14th May

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Friday 8th May – Thursday 14th May

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THE FALLING (CAROL MORLEY)

Friday 15th May – Thursday 21st May

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THE TRIBE (MIROSLAV SLABOSHPITSKY)

Friday 15th May – Thursday 21st May

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WE ARE MANY (AMIR AMIRANI)

Thursday 21st May

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Monday 18th May – Thursday 21st May

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FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD (THOMAS VINTERBERG)

Friday 22nd May – Thursday 4th June

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SAMBA (OLIVIER NAKACHE/ERIC TOLEDANO)

Friday 22nd May – Thursday 28th May

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THE BEAT BENEATH MY FEET (JOHN WILLIAMS)

Friday 29th May – Thursday 4th June

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CHILD 44 (DANIEL ESPINOSA)

Monday 1st June – Thursday 4th June

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