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London attractions: Visit the Renoir for the latest art films
Published: Wednesday 6th of July 2011
The Renoir Cinema is one of the first choice destinations for lovers of art house movies looking for things to do in London, and the venue currently has a number of films showing for all kinds of tastes.
Pina, the tale of legendary dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch, is showing this month. The 3D film from Paris, Texas director Wim Wenders that captures the pioneering spirit of a woman who changed the language of dance forever.
Meanwhile, Golden Bear winner A Separation us a taut and challenging Iranian drama about a man who becomes embroiled in a web of deceit after hiring a maid to take care of his father.
On July 10th, art film lovers have a real treat in store as International Film Guide editor Ian Haydn Smith presents the Renoir's first screening of The Tree of Life, a surreal story of faith and family, starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.
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