Parasite (6 Mar) + The True History Of Don Quixote (6 Mar) + Emma (13 Mar) + First Love (13 Mar) + True History Of the Kelly Gang (20 Mar) + When Lambs Become Lions (20 Mar) + End Of the Century (21 Mar) = Juliet Of the Spirits (26 Mar) = Little Joe (27 Mar) + Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (27 Mar) = Portrait Of A Lady On Fire (1 Apr) + Cunningham (3 Apr) + Military Wives (3 Apr) = Midnight Family (8 Apr) = The Elephant Man (9 Apr)
A two screen cinema, IFT is Ipswich’s only independent cinema. It is situated in the Corn Exchange in King Street, Ipswich.
IFT specialises in independent and world cinema. It presents films for people who are looking for something different from the mainstream Hollywood/multiplex experience.
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11:19 AM - Feb 24This week in 1982 at #Ipswich Film Theatre. #EscapeFromNewYork screened all week as part of our season celebrating https://t.co/cUm2gwdPJm
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