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Dan Carrier’s movies news: All Out for May Day; Mullholland Drive; The Autopsy of Jane Doe

30 March, 2017 — By Dan Carrier

Brian Cox and Emile Kirsch in The Autopsy of Jane Doe

This Monday, a special screening of a new documentary about the history and the international significance of May Day is being screened at the Marx Memorial Library on Clerkenwell Green. All Out On May Day, by Platform Films, includes interviews with late Bob Crow, general secretary of the RMT, Cuban ambassador Teresita de Jesus Vicente Sotolongo, Death in the Haymarket author James Green, Labour historian Keith Flett and Marx Memorial Librarian Meirian Jump. The screening is followed by a Q&A session led by the Rev Tim Yeager, who was union leader based in Chicago and leader in the Illinois Labour History Society. The screening starts at 7.30pm at 37a Clerkenwell Green, London EC1 0DU.

• Look out for a digitally remastered release of David Lynch’s classic Mulholland Drive (2001), hitting our screens in the second week of April. Starring Naomi Watts, Laura Harring and Justin Theroux, it is a Hollywood noir driven at full throttle by Lynch’s genius eye for the totally weird.

• Horror lovers: The Autopsy of Jane Doe, out this week, is flesh creeper of the best type. Starring Brian Cox, pictured, as a coroner who works alongside his son (Emile Hirsch), we join them as they get to work on an anonymous corpse brought to their table, whose only distinguishing marks are made up of tattoos beneath her skin…


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