This wonderful directorial debut by Paul Dano takes us to the beginning of the 1960s, to a small town in the north of the US. When the father unexpectedly loses his job, the family is put to the test. Because the father’s pride is hurt, he takes part in fighting a wild fire near the border. His wife and son suddenly remain alone and face the father’s absence each in their own way. Through the eyes of the fourteen-year-old Joe, we follow his growing up, which leads to a great realisation about the world and his own family.
Thursday, 20. 06. 2019 / 18:30 / Main Hall
A remote South American colony in the late eighteenth century. While Spanih corregidor Don Diego de Zama endlessly awaits his transfer to a more prestigious location, he falls victim to passion and paranoia.
Carmine Street Guitars Carmine Street Guitars
Thursday, 20. 06. 2019 / 20:00 / Small Hall
The documentary shows five days in the life of the legendary shop of handmade guitars in Greenwich Village in order to grasp a rapidly disappearing way of life. World premiere at the Venice Film Festival.