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Cinema Day 2017: Northern Ireland screening highlights

Film Hub NI's second Cinema Day takes place later this month with screenings happening all over Northern Ireland.

Part of the BFI Film Audience Network and supported by Northern Ireland Screen, the best in film will be celebrated on Monday, August 28.

Sara Gunn Smith, of Film Hub NI, said: "We are very proud to present this exciting and diverse programme of cinematic treats, hosted by 22 of our brilliant members, taking place across NI on bank holiday Monday.

"Whether you’re a film buff, love a bit of nostalgia, want to support your local community cinema or are simply looking for a fun event to bring the family to, we have it covered. It’s a bit of a cliché but there really is something for everyone so we hope to see as many people as possible."

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NI Cinema Day highlights:

1. "Breakfast with Bill" at QFT, Belfast (screening of Groundhog Day)

Time: 10am

Price: £5, including breakfast

2. Casablanca at Portrush Film Theatre

Time: 3pm

Price: £4

3. I, Daniel Blake at Ormeau Baths Gallery

Time: 7pm

Price: Pay what you can

4. Ghost World at the Naughton Gallery at Queen’s

Time: 6.30pm

Price: Free

5. The Passion Joan of Arc at the Strand Arts Centre (silent movie with live music score)

Time: 8.15pm

Price: £8, under 18s go free

6. Shooting for Socrates at Oldpark Carnegie Library

Time: 7pm

Price: £3.25

7. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the The Web Theatre, Newtownards

Time: 2pm

Price: £5

8. The Quiet Man at the Aurora Community Cinema, Rostrevor

Time: 7pm

Price: £5

9. The Jungle Book at Black Box, Belfast

Time: 2pm

Price: £3

10. Mary Poppins at Movie House (Cityside, Magera, Coleraine)

Time: 10.30am

Price: £1.50

11. Fight Club at Odyssey Cinemas

Time: 8pm

Price: Free with food donations

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