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2nd May, 2016

Queen of Earth coming to cinemas from July

Steve-Eureka

Following Listen up Philip, Director Alex Ross Perry returns with Queen of Earth, a much darker thrilling examination of a deeply complex relationship between two women at the extremities of misery. Stars Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men, Listen Up Philip, High Rise), Katherine Waterston (Inherent Vice, Steve Jobs) and Patrick Fugit (Gone Girl, Almost Famous).

Ahead of its home video release on 11 July, Queen of Earth will be released in selected cinemas in the UK & Ireland and on VOD from 1 July 2016.

The film will be available on demand from iTunes, Amazon and Sky

Check below for cinema screenings in your area, we will update this page frequently with listings as they are confirmed.

w/c 1 July 2016, London, The Barbican (5 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, London, Prince Charles Cinema (4 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, London, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) (3 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, Manchester, Home (7 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, Dublin, Irish Film Institute (6 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, Bristol, Watershed (7 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, Leicester,Phoenix (4 days)

w/c 1 July 2016, Glasgow, Glasgow Film Theatre (2 days)

w/c 8 July 2016, Brighton, Dukes at Komedia (Selected screenings)

w/c 8 July 2016, Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT (Selected screenings)

17 July 2016, Birmingham, The Electric Cinema (1 day)

18 July 2016, Bristol, The Cube (2 days)

22 July 2016, Ipswich, Ipswich Film Theatre (7 days)

23 July 2016, Leeds, Hyde Park Picture House (1 day)

17 August 2016, Hull, Fruit (Humber Street) (1 day)

27 August 2016, KirkcaldyAdam Smith Theatre (1 day)

4 September 2016, Totnes, The Barn Dartington (3 days)

9 September 2016, Nottingham, Broadway (7 days)

13 September 2016, Tunbridge Wells, Trinity Theatre (1 day)

9 November 2016, Farnham, Farnham Maltings (1 day)

and more to be announced...

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