Monday | 29.11.21

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All day
Monthly Screenings

New Films

A Private War

Dir.: Matthew Heineman
| 110 minutes

Famed war correspondent, Marie Colvin, died while reporting the horrors of war in Homs. Matthew Heineman, best known for his award winning documentaries, takes her astounding life story and with his documentarian touch and Rosamund Pike’s powerful performance brings Colvin’s story to the front stage. 


Dir.: Rohena Gera
| 99 minutes

A new widow flees to Mumbai, where she is supposed to work as a maid in the home of a newlywed couple. But the marriage was canceled, and the betrayed husband lives in the apartment alone. Sir is an elegant and tender drama.

Working Woman

Dir.: Michal Aviad
| 93 minutes

Orna, an ambitious young mother, aspires to succeed at her new job without paying the price that her boss demands. When her world is finally shattered, she must pull herself together to fight, in her own way, for her job and a sense of self-worth. 

Stan & Ollie

Dir.: Jon S. Baird
| 98 minutes

After their best years are behind them, Stan and Ollie, better known as Laurel and Hardy, embark on one last tour, proving that they never lost their magical touch. Stan & Ollie is a loving tribute to the world’s most famous comedy duo.

Amazing Grace

Dir.: Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack
| 89 minutes

In 1972, Aretha Franklin  returned to her gospel roots to record what will become her most successful album – Amazing Grace. The masterful result documenting these sessions – a pleasure for the eyes and ears – is finally available.

As Needed

Dir.: Francesco Falaschi
| 92 minutes

Arturo, a chef, is sentenced to community service with a group of youngsters with Asperger’s syndrome. When one of them shows a true passion for cooking and is chosen to take part in a competition in Tuscany, Arturo becomes his mentor and accompanies him on the trip.

In Your Hands

Dir.: Ludovic Bernard
| 105 minutes

His musical gift does not prevent Mathieu Malinski from getting into trouble with the police. The director of the national conservatory, together with a tough teacher, believes he can help the young man win a musical contest. In Your Hands is a powerful and sensitive drama.

The Quietude

Dir.: Pablo Trapero
| 117 minutes

Eugenia returns to her family’s farm to take care of her ailing father. The reunion with her younger sister Mia is loaded and emotional. The close relationship between the sisters and the men in their lives, which are close to explode, will become even more fragile. 


Dir.: Dexter Fletcher
| 121 minutes

A cinematic biographical musical of the great Elton John: from childhood to stardom, from personal hardships to triumphs. “Elton John is brought to life by an electrifying, Oscar-caliber Taron Egerton and Dexter Fletcher’s dazzling cinematic inventiveness.” (Rolling Stone). 

Hotel Mumbai

Dir.: Anthony Maras
| 123 minutes

In 2008, Mumbai faced a series of terrorist attacks. The film follows the events that unfolded in the Taj Hotel and Arjun, a waiter that proved resourcefulness and helped the hotel’s guests to survive. Anthony Maras presents this drama as an excellent and effective action film.


Dir.: Danny Boyle
| 112 minutes

An electromagnetic storm causes everyone on earth to forget about The Beatles – the band, the songs, everything. Only one man seems to remember them. A failed musicians, he suddenly becomes the biggest star on earth with the help of Paul, John, George, and Ringo’s song book.

The Etruscan Smile

Dir.: Mihal Brezis, Oded Binnun
| 107 minutes

Rory is a rugged old Scotsman that moves is with his son. No one is pleased with this new arrangement, but a new baby will offer a chance of reconciliation. Binnun and Brezis showcase their talent for dramatic shifts to present a wonderful family drama. 


Dir.: Iciar Bollain
| 109 minutes

Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta’s rise to the top of the dance world, from the streets of Havana to the top of The Royal Ballet. A story hitting every thematic note – that's likely to touch a chord with audiences” (Screen International).

Late Night

Dir.: Nisha Ganatra
| 102 minutes

When her late show is under threat of cancellation, veteran host Katherine has to hire a new female writer. Their relationship will change their lives forever. With venomous humor and Emma Thompson’s excellent appearance, Late Night is "a deft and intelligent entertainment". (Los Angeles Time).