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Living Living

Oliver Hermanus / United Kingdom / 2022 / 102 min / English

Living tells the story of a civil servant who has spent his entire working life buried under paperwork, but at the eleventh hour decides to turn his grey existence into something beautiful. This adaptation of Kurosawa’s Ikiru was written by Nobel Prize Winner Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day). Nominated for the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor.

cast Bill Nighy, Aimee Lou Wood, Alex Sharp, Tom Burke



“A master class in how to adapt – and improve! – a fine original screenplay from one cultural setting to another. Ishiguro actually manages to make an already subtle, quiet drama even subtler, and more emotional.” – Cinema Scope. “An absolutely gorgeous, heartbreaking piece of work.”
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The Bikeriders The Bikeriders

Jeff Nichols

Thursday, 18. 07. 2024 / 18:30 / Main Hall

Inspired by Danny Lyon’s 1968 photographic study of Chicago bikers, Jeff Nichols’ film is a portrait of the testosterone-fuelled, macho, gas-guzzling, leather-clad subculture of the American Midwest, but also a universal story about the search for identity and belonging.

Joan Baez: I Am a Noise Joan Baez: I Am a Noise

Miri Navasky, Maeve O’Boyle, Karen O’Connor

Thursday, 18. 07. 2024 / 19:45 / Small Hall

An intimate documentary portrait in which the legendary singer and activist is unusually candid about her life on and off the stage.

Caravaggio's Shadow L’ombra di Caravaggio

Michele Placido

Thursday, 18. 07. 2024 / 21:00 / Main Hall

Rebellious and restless, pious and licentious, independent and transgressive: Caravaggio as revealed by Michele Placido is a cursed artist of extraordinary talent; a rock star far ahead of his time; a rebel without a cause who must face the consequences of a frivolous life.