Q&A

Democracy Noir

Directed by: Connie Field
Runtime: 1h 53min Certificate: 15

Details

Directed by: Connie Field
Runtime: 1h 53min Certificate: 15
Topics: Sociopolitical

Amidst the brazen rise of 21st century authoritarianism, few politicians have proven as adept at undermining democracy as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán - a hero to his country’s Christian conservative population and a role model to right-wing political movements worldwide.

Since his rise to power in 2010, Orbán’s Hungary has become a blueprint for far-right rule in Europe, as his government unabashedly chips away at Hungary’s democratic institutions. 

This chilling and timely documentary follows three courageous women from different spheres of Hungarian life as they fight to expose corruption, lies and the step-by-step destruction of democracy in their country.

The screening on Tue 18 Jun will be followed by an in-person Q&A with director Connie Field, hosted by journalist Lili Rutai. 

Screening times and booking

Tue 18th Jun 18:20
Q&A
Fri 21st Jun 18:20
Sun 23rd Jun 16:00
Tue 25th Jun 18:20

Please note: There are only 5 mins of trailers before our screenings

Prices

Q&A: £12.50 (£10 concessions)

Peak: £9 (£7 concessions)

Please note: There are only 5 mins of trailers before our screenings

Prices

Q&A: £12.50 (£10 concessions)

Peak: £9 (£7 concessions)