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ALDEBURGH 47th Festival of Music and Arts A preview of Denys Arcand's Love and Human Remains (23 June), plus music-related film events including live performances of music by Bernard Herrmann. To 26 June. Tickets / details from Festival Box Office, High St, IP1 (0728 453543)

BRADFORD Animation Festival Screenings, exhibitions and workshops. To 2 July. For details / tickets call (0274 727488)

BRIGHTON Saints, Sinners and Stars A six-week season of Italian cinema, including Francesco Rosi's adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Chronicle of a Death Foretold (19 June) and Fellini's La Dolce Vita (17 July). Duke of York's Cinema, Preston Circus BN1 (0273 602503)

BRISTOL Of Sense and Censorship Films that have proved controversial or suffered from censorship, including Reservoir Dogs (17-19 June), Sheila McLaughlin's lesbian drama She Must Be Seeing Things (20-21 June) and Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ (23 June). Also a discussion (22 Jun). Watershed, 1 Canon's Rd, BS1 (0272 253845)

CAMBRIDGE Designs of the Times The touring season celebrating British art design continues this week with Ken Russell's Tommy (19 June). Arts Cinema, Market Passage, CB2 (0223 352001)

EDINBURGH History of the Cinema 1939, a classic year: John Ford's influential Stagecoach (19 June), Greta Garbo in Ninotchka (21/22 June) and Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier coming over all tempestuous in Wuthering Heights (25 June). Filmhouse, 88 Lothian Rd, Edinburgh EH3 (031-228 2688)

Victims of Conflict Films focusing on Northern Ireland: In the Name of the Father (19/20 June), The Crying Game (27/28 June) and the fascinating docu-drama Who Bombed Birmingham? (2 July). Filmhouse, as above

GLASGOW Wild Things Highlights from the Eighth Lesbian and Gay Film Festival: Go Fish (22 June), Ryosuke Hashiguchi's marvellous A Touch of Fever (18/19 June) and mostly wonderful programmes of shorts: for the girls, Delightful Dykes and for the boys, Tales From The Cities 2 (both 20/21 June). GFT, 12 Rose St, G3 (041-332 6535)

LONDON

Art into Film A two-day event: tonight an evening with sculptor and artist Eduardo Paolozzi, before a visit to the Tate's retrospective of R B Kitaj. Tomorrow, the influential experimental film-maker Stan Brakhage is interviewed before world premiere screenings of his new films. NFT, South Bank, SE1 (071-928 3232)

Peter Greenaway Rarities Early works: this week The Falls (22-24 June), with two programmes of shorts playing 25-30 June. ICA Cinematheque, The Mall, SW1, (071-930 3647)

Solstice Stalls, a bar, jugglers, stilt-walkers, tarot-readings and a live TV-link to the sunrise plus a preview of The Glastonbury Experience, 'a cinemascopic trip through the height of the golden summer' (21 June). Astoria 2, Charing X Rd (071-287 0067)

NOTTINGHAM Shots in the Dark Alex Cox's Highway Patrolman (19 June) and from the makers of Red Rock West, The Last Seduction (tonight). Details / tickets from Broadway Media Centre, 14 Broad St, NG1 (0602 526600 / 526611).

RYAN GILBEY

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