Thursday | 23.05.24

Monthly Screenings

Ticket to Paradise

Dir.: Ol Parker
| 104 minutes

Two decades after the demise of their marriage, David and Georgia have to work together to prevent their daughter’s upcoming nuptials. Perhaps love is in the air for the two as well. Ticket to Paradise offers the utmost enjoyable and comforting viewing experience.

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Dir.: George Miller
| 108 minutes

Dr. Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton) is an academic. While in Istanbul, she encounters a Djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. At first, she doubts he is real. But the Djinn pleads his case, and eventually, she is won over and makes a wish that surprises them both.

Mothering Sunday

Dir.: Eva Husson
| 110 minutes

On a warm spring day in 1924, house maid Jane Fairchild finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. She has the rare chance to spend some quality time with her secret lover, Paul, the boy from the manor house nearby, who is engaged to be married to another woman.

Compartment No. 6

Dir.: Juho Kuosmanen
| 106 minutes

A young Finnish woman escapes an enigmatic love affair in Moscow by boarding a train to the arctic port of Murmansk. Forced to share the long ride and a tiny sleeping car with a Russian miner, the unexpected encounter leads the two to face the truth about their own yearning for human connection.

Where the Crawdads Sing

Dir.: Olivia Newman
| 125 minutes

In North Carolina in the 1960s, a young woman is on trial for murder. The courtroom drama follows her life story, from her rough upbringing, fending for herself in the wild marshes, and her relationship with two boys.

All I Can Do

Dir.: Shiri Nevo Fridental
| 87 minutes

Reut, a young prosecutor, takes over a sexual assault case, based on the sole testimony of Efrat - a rebellious yet fragile victim, who lives with her wild female partner. Reut is reluctant, but as the trial progresses and Efrat collapses, Reut learns the true nature of strength, love and sisterhood.

Don’t Worry Darling

Dir.: Olivia Wilde
| 123 minutes

The town of “Victory”, 1950s. The men are employed in a secret project, while are busy with housework and social gatherings. But not all is well under the perfect façade, as one housewife is about to find out. 

Cinema Sabaya

Dir.: Orit Fokus Rotem
| 91 minutes

Eight women, Arab and Jewish, take part in a video workshop hosted by Rona, young filmmaker. With each camera take, the group dynamic forces the women to challenge their beliefs as they get to know one other.