Louis Theroux to curate cinema at ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror event in London – ticket details

The set-times for next weekend's Mogwai curated festival have been released

Louis Theroux to curate cinema at ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror event in London – ticket details

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Documentary film maker and presenter Louis Theroux is set to curate the cinema at next weekend's All Tomorrow's Parties event, I'll Be Your Mirror, at London's Alexandra Palace (May 25-27).

Theroux will be choosing the films on the Sunday (May 27), whilst independent London cinema the Prince Charles will be curating the cinema on the Friday night (May 25) and Mogwai - pictured above - will be curating both the cinema and the musical line-up on Saturday (May 26).

Slayer, Mogwai, The Afghan Whigs, The Make-Up, Melvins, Mudhoney, Dirty Three and Yuck are amongst the bands playing the three day festival. As well as previewing his latest documentary Twilight of the Porn Star, Theroux will be putting on a screening of the 2005 Max Carlish documentary, Stalking Pete Doherty. Scroll down for full cinema listings and also for the newly released set times for the weekend's bands.

Friday May 25

4pm - Doors

Great Hall:
6.30pm-7.30pm - Melvins
8.15pm-9.15pm - Sleep
9.45pm-11.00pm - Slayer

West Hall:
4.30pm-5.15pm - A Storm Of Light
5.45pm-6.30pm - Yob
7.30pm-8.15pm - Wolves In The Throne Room

Cinema curated by Princes Charles Cinema:
4:00pm-5:33pm - They Live
6:00pm-7:25pm - The Monster Square
7:45pm-9:53pm - Se7en
10:00pm-11:24pm - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Saturday May 26

12pm - Doors

West Hall:
12.30pm-1.15pm - Umberto
1.45pm-2.30pm - Floor
3.00pm-3.45pm - Harvey Milk
4.15pm-5.00pm - Chavez
5.30pm-6.15pm - Codeine
6.45pm-7.30pm - Mudhoney
8.00pm-9.00pm - Dirty Three
9.30pm-11pm - Mogwai

Panorama Room:
2.00pm-3.30pm - The Music Of Can
3.45pm-4.45pm - Antoni Maiovvi
5.15pm-6.15pm - The Soft Moon
6.45pm-7.45pm - Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat
8.15pm-9.15pm - Balam Acab
9.15pm-11.00pm - DJs

Cinema curated by Mogwai:
12:00pm-1:22pm - All Tomorrow's Parties (picked by ATP)
1:30pm-1:55pm - The Meaning Of Style
2:00pm-4:17pm - The Lives Of Others
4:30pm-5:50pm - Tales From A Hard City
7:00pm-8:18pm - Rec
8:30pm-10:32pm - The Exorcist

Sunday May 27

12pm - Doors

West Hall:
12.30pm-1.15pm - Forest Swords
1.45pm-2.30pm - Blanck Mass
3.00pm-3.45pm - Demdike Stare
4.15pm-5.00pm - Thee Oh Sees
5.30pm-6.15pm - Archers Of Loaf
6.45pm-7.30pm - Yuck
8.00pm-9.00pm - The Make-Up
9.30pm-10.45pm - The Afghan Whigs
11.15pm-12.00am - El-P

Panorama Room:
2.00pm-3.30pm - DJs
3.45pm-4.45pm - Tall Firs
5.15pm-6.15pm - Siskiyou
6.45pm-7.45pm - Sleepy Sun
8.15pm-9.15pm - Tennis
9.15pm-11.00pm - DJs

Cinema curated by Louis Theroux:
12:00pm-1:40pm - American Movie
2:00pm-3:36pm - Don't Look Back
4:00pm-6:00pm - What is this film called Love? w/ Mark Cousins Q&A
6:00pm-8:00pm - Twilight Of The Porn Stars w/ Louis Theroux Q&A
8:00pm-8:55pm - Stalking Pete Doherty
9:00pm-10:37pm - Knuckle
10:45pm-12:00am - King Of Kong

To check the availability of I'll Be Your Mirror tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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