May 2024

Green Border (2023) – Agnieszka Holland
2 May 2024 | 13.30

At the “green border” between Belarus and Poland, refugees end up in a cold, swampy no man’s land, without food and medical care.

De stoel waarop ik zit (2003) – Jan Vromman
6 May 2024 | 19.30

In the summer of 2002, Jan Vromman produced 43 short films in order to perform film-making as a daily practice and maintain the joy of creation.

Holly (2023) – Fien Troch
7 May 2024 | 19.30

Holly, a teenager in a sleepy Flemish town, becomes the unwanted center of attention after she appears to develop psychic abilities.

Penthesilea: Queen of the Amazons (1974) – Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen
8 May 2024 | 19.30

Penthesilea, the first of a series by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen, traverses thousands of years to look at the image of the Amazonian woman in myth.

28:94 Local Time (2015) – David Safarian
13 May 2024 | 19.30

In the wake of the dissolution of the USSR, an especially frigid winter forces an Armenian community to band together like never before.

Augure (2023) – Baloji
14 May 2024 | 19.30

During a family visit to Congo, a Belgian man is slowly drawn into a colorful web of exorcisms, witchcraft, and occult phantasmagoria.

Crystal Gazing (1982) – Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen
15 May 2024 | 19.30

The screening of Crystal Gazing by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen is part of the Close-up on film theorist and film director Laura Mulvey.

Twilight (2008) – Catherine Hardwicke
21 May 2024 | 19.30

In this Gen-Z cult-classic, a humorless teenager moves to a rainy Washington town, where she is courted by a sullen (yet sparkly) vampire hunk.

The Feeling That the Time for Doing Something Has Passed (2023) – Joanna Arnow
22 May 2024 | 19.30

A morose New Yorker in her 30’s grapples with her long-term casual BDSM relationship, low-level corporate job, and quarrelsome Jewish family.

Amadeus (1984) – Miloš Forman
23 May 2024 | 19.30

When Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart appears on the Viennese scene, his impressive talents draw the ire of an envious composer, Salieri.

The Cranes Are Flying (1957) – Mikhail Kalatozov
27 May 2024 | 19.30

An astonishingly beautiful and innovative work, this Soviet tragedy follows a young couple torn apart by the sudden onset of war.

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) – Guy Ritchie
28 May 2024 | 19.30

In this cult classic, a group of London criminals band together for a series of robberies to prevent losing their bar to a local crime boss.

The Gold Diggers (1983) – Sally Potter
29 May 2024 | 19.30

We asked Laura Mulvey to choose one film that inspired her. She choose the British cult film The Gold Diggers, made with an all-female crew.