Sunday | 29.05.22

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Monthly Screenings

La La Land: A Tribute

The program includes some of the films that inspired director Damien Chazelle and his film La La Land and it is a great opportunity to see some of the masterpieces of the musical genre, from Singin' in the Rain to Les parapluies de cherbourg.

Singin’ in the Rain

Dir.: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
| 103 minutes

Singin’ in the Rain’s rare combination of full and sweeping plot development and the unforgettable musical and dance sequence create an unforgettable experience and one of the most wonderful films ever made.

Shall We Dance

Dir.: Mark Sandrich
| 120 minutes

A hilarious musical comedy with Astaire and Rogers as a couple of dancers whose romance is constantly torpedoed by rumors that they are married... With the music of George and Ira Gershwin, Shall We Dance is a true cinematic treat. 

La La Land

Dir.: Damien Chazelle
| 128 minutes

With mesmerizing performances and homages to the most loved musicals, Damien Chazelle gifts us with one of the best and most enchanting films of the year, a musical of pure delight that will make your heart soar. 

One From the Heart

Dir.: Francis Ford Coppola
| 107 minutes

A musical fantasy, set during a week-end in Las Vegas. Coppola used the most innovative techniques, style, cinematography, and editing to present a cinematic celebration. 

Onsite screening

West Side Story

Dir.: Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins
| 155 minutes

The war between the Jets and the Sharks is further complicated when Maria, the Sharks' leader's sister, and Tony, the Jets' leader's best friend, fall in love. Sing along to Maria, America, I Feel Pretty, and all your other favorites in a special screening of the beloved musical.

Cherbourg Umbrellas

Dir.: Jacques Demy
| 92 minutes

A beautiful, melancholy love story set to music by Michel Legrand. Jacques Demy’s film is a story about the nature of romantic fantasy and role playing games that take place within it. 

Rebel Without a Cause

Dir.: Nicholas Ray
| 111 minutes

On the first day of his new school, Jim Stark gets on the wrong side of the cool boys. Myths often fade, but not in this case, Rebel remains a magnificent movie not to be missed.