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Film lovers around town may thank Theresa "Brexit-means-Brexit" May for the glacial pace of the U.K.'s self-imposed exile from the European Union.EFF programmers have paired "Daniel Blake" with "Lady MacBeth". The 2016 feature-film debut of Loach's countryman William Oldroyd is an adaptation of Nikolai Leskov's novella "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk". The 34-feature program includes two special events.This year's classic is "Vampyr," Carl Theodor Dreyer's 1932 feature about a young father's intimate encounter with vampirism.Complementing the slate of off-shore features is a selection of 12 shorts, made by students of film and audiovisual programs of the country's various postsecondary institutions, to be projected competitively.This contemporary film recounts a dinner party among seven longtime friends.
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