Leave No Traces
Jan P. Matuszyński17:15 / Main Hall
Brett Morgen20:30 / Main Hall
The Velvet Queen
Marie Amiguet, Vincent Munier15:30 / Main Hall
Brett Morgen17:45 / Main Hall
Leave No Traces
Jan P. Matuszyński20:30 / Main Hall
Hirokazu Koreeda18:15 / Main Hall
Brett Morgen21:00 / Main Hall
Céline Sciamma17:15 / Main Hall
Brett Morgen21:15 / Main Hall
Last Screening18:15 / Main Hall
Three Minutes – A Lengthening
Bianca Stigter19:00 / Small Hall
Brett Morgen19:30 / Main Hall
Gaspar Noé17:30 / Main Hall
Last Screening20:30 / Main Hall
Moonage Daydream Moonage Daydream
Thursday, 06. 10. 2022 / 20:30 / Main Hall
This striking, genre-defying audio-visual experience takes us on a kaleidoscopic journey through the life and work of David Bowie, one of the most prolific, influential, and enigmatic artists of our era. Featuring a wealth of previously unseen footage, the film premiered at the 2022 Cannes festival.
The Velvet Queen La panthère des neiges
Marie Amiguet, Vincent Munier
Friday, 07. 10. 2022 / 15:30 / Main Hall
In the heart of the Tibetan highlands, photographer Vincent Munier takes writer Sylvain Tesson on his quest to find the snow leopard. He introduces him to the subtle art of waiting in a blind spot, tracking animals and finding the patience to catch sight of the beasts. On their journey through the Tibetan peaks, inhabited by invisible presences, the two men engage in a conversation about our place among the living beings and celebrate the beauty of the world.
Saturday, 08. 10. 2022 / 18:15 / Main Hall
A warm, poignant road movie about five people who set off on an unusual journey after being accidentally brought together by an abandoned baby. The first Korean-language film directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda (Shoplifters) bagged Song Kang-ho, famed for starring in Parasite, the Best Actor award at Cannes.
Little Mom Petite maman
Sunday, 09. 10. 2022 / 17:15 / Main Hall
After Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Céline Sciamma returns with a masterly miniature about grief, memory, and the mysterious bonds between mothers and daughters.
Kinodvor’s award-winning educational program for children and young people. It seeks to introduce the next generation of cinephiles to the magic of cinema. Kinobalon offers a variety of films tailored to suit children of all ages.
Kinodvor’s programme for schools is part of Kinodvor’s award-winning educational programme for young audiences. Every school year, it provides a variety of films, talks and workshops for around 20,000 children and young people at all levels of their educational path. Also available for foreign language programmes and classes.
Sunday, 23. 10. 2022 / 19:00 / Main Hall
Young Harper rents an idyllic country house in a remote English village to find her peace and recover after her husband’s death. But it seems that someone or something from the nearby forest is stalking her… The horror film by Alex Garland (Ex_Machina) saw its world première in this year’s Directors’ Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival.