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LOCO 28 book online at bfi.org.uk FRI 5 MAY 18:20 NFT3 FRI 5 MAY** FRI 5 MAY* 14:00 NFT3 20:30 NFT3 FRI 5 MAY 20:45 NFT1 FRI 5 MAY 18:10 NFT1 UK Premiere: We Used to Be Cool Was hat uns bloß so ruiniert + Q&A with director Marie Kreutzer* Austria 2016. Dir Marie Kreutzer. With Vicky Krieps, Marcel Mohab, Livia Teppan, Pia Hierzegger, Manuel Rubey, Pheline Roggan. 96min. Digital. EST. Cert TBC After years with no greater worry than which vinyl to buy and which craft beer to drink, three young couples face the dilemmas and realities of parenthood: what’s the secret to lasting love? What really makes life meaningful? And what the hell is baby yoga? Marie Kreutzer’s autobiographical comedy was a hit in Austria and is sure to strike a chord with Londoners too. + Random Acts: Chickens UK 2016. Dir George Wu. 3min We Used to Be Cool is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum **Parent and baby screening. Admission is only for adults accompanied by a baby Buggy parking will be available in the foyer Tickets £6 Course: LOCO Masterclass Every year, LOCO’s Kickstart Your Comedy Career course gives 60 selected students a chance to learn from comedy filmmakers, writers and producers. This year, for the first time, we’re delighted to present a public masterclass with one of Britain’s leading creators of comedy, followed by a chance to ask your own questions. Guest TBC. Please check locofilmfestival.com for details Supported by MindsEye Mindhorn + Q&A with filmmakers and cast (TBC) UK 2017. Dir Sean Foley. With Julian Barratt, Andrea Riseborough, Simon Farnaby, Essie Davis, Steve Coogan, Harriet Walter. 89min. Digital. 15. Courtesy of StudioCanal In the 1980s, everyone knew Richard Thorncroft as bionic cop Mindhorn. Now John Nettles has replaced him in an orthopaedic sock ad. But when a crazed young killer will only speak to Mindhorn, Richard has a chance to save the victims – and his career. Julian Barratt leads a cast of British comedy greats in a glorious satire on fame with a surprisingly warm heart. + Random Acts: Invasion of the Giant Radioactive Snail UK 2016. Dir Marnik Loysen. 2min Mindhorn is shortlisted for the LOCO Discovery Award, supported by The CTBF Preview: The Other Side of Hope Toivon Tuolla Puolen Finland 2017. Dir Aki Kaurismäki. With Sherwan Haji, Sakari Kuosmanen, Janne Hyytiäinen. 98min. Digital. EST. Cert TBC. Courtesy of Curzon Artificial Eye Aki Kaurismäki won Best Director at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival for this tragicomic masterpiece, the story of Khaled, a Syrian asylum seeker whose life collides with that of Wikström, a Finnish salesman fleeing a miserable marriage. Kaurismäki doesn’t duck the brutal realities of refugee life, but nonetheless finds courage, hope and kindness as these two mismatched outsiders rebuild their lives. + Random Acts: True Giant UK 2016. Dir Motomichi Nakamura. 1min Q&A Q&A


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