Wednesday | 26.01.22

Monthly Screenings

New Films

Onsite screening

Under the Stars of Paris

Dir.: Claus Drexel
| 86 minutes

A homeless woman finds new purpose in life when she meets an 8-year-old refugee. The two embark on a journey throughout the streets of Paris to find the boy’s mother. A gentle and heartfelt drama.


Dir.: Christopher Nolan
| 150 minutes

A CIA operative is recruited on a secret mission to prevent a time bending global catastrophe. Nolan offers a philosophical observation on moral and existential questions with cinematic means and “sweeps you away on waves of pure, ravishing cinema” (Rolling Stone). 

Onsite Screening

The Truth

Dir.: Hirokazu Kore-eda
| 106 minutes

Fabienne is a veteran star that has published a rather scandalous memoir. Her daughter arrives from the USA to confront her, only to reencounter her mother’s charming narcissism. 


Dir.: Chloé Zhao
| 107 minutes

A widow embarks on a journey across the western United States after the economic crisis. The people she meets offer the viewer a unique cinematic experience: an intimate, human, and bare portrait of America that has captured the imagination of critics and audiences alike. 

Onsite Screening

Another Round

Dir.: Thomas Vinterberg
| 117 minutes

Four 40-something friends come to a realization that their lives are stuck and that the only solution to their situation is to drink lots and lots of alcohol. At first everything seems brighter, but all good things must come to an end. Oscar winner for Best International Feature Film.

Onsite screening

The Peanut Butter Falcon

Dir.: Tyler Nilson, Michael Schwartz
| 97 minutes

A young man with Down syndrome, who runs away from his care facility to make his dream of becoming a wrestler come true, and a small-time crook, embark on a joint journey, bringing them closer to their goal and also to each other.