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  • 21.March
     

    Subtitled Tuesday: 'Things to Come'

    On 21 March our regular screening program 'Subtitled Tuesday' (with English subtitles included) will present the award-winning film Things to Come (L'Avenir) directed by Mia Hansen-Løve. Screening starts at 9:10 pm.

     

    Things to Come ( L'Avenir) is a 2016 French-German drama written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve and starring French movie icon Isabelle Huppert as a philosophy teacher who soldiers through the death of her mother, getting fired from her job, and dealing with a husband who is...

  • 7.March
     

    Subtitled Tuesday: 'My Life as a Zucchini'

    On 7 March our regular screening program 'Subtitled Tuesday' (with English subtitles included) will present the animated film 'My Life as a Zucchini'  directed by Claude Barras. Screening starts at 6 pm.

     

    This is not a story about vegetables. The hero of this animated adventure is a courageous little boy called Zucchini. When he loses his mother due to tragic circumstances, young Zucchini is left all alone. Friendly police officer Raymond brings him to a home for children who have also...

  • 13.January
     

    Subtitled Tuesday: The New Kid

    On January 17th our regular screening program 'Subtitled Tuesday' (with English subtitles included) will present French film 'The New Kid', directed by Rudi Rosenberg. Screening starts at 6:30 pm.

     

    In this delectable and vivacious debut feature, shy 14-year-old Benoît (Réphaël Ghrenassia) moves to Paris and a new high school, where he’s rejected by his cooler classmates and reluctantly sidelined into a precarious friendship with the “freaks and geeks.” 'The New Kid' is a rare case among...

  • 9.January
     

    Subtitled Tuesday: Toni Erdmann

    On January 10th our regular screening program 'Subtitled Tuesday' (with English subtitled included) will present a German film 'Toni Erdmann', directed by Maren Ade. Screening starts at 9 pm.

     

    'Toni Erdmann' was praised as one of the favourites at Cannes Film Festival, later it was awarded with European Parliament LUX Prize and it swept five awards (film, director, screenplay, best actress and best actor) at the European Film Awards ceremony. This richly-layered dramedy explores a complex...