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Cinecitta Tilburg voor prachtige films en zaalhuur - Home
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  • Utøya 22. Juli
  • Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot
  • My Generation
  • 7 Days in Entebbe
  • Lean on Pete
  • Amori Fragili
  • Homecoming (1945)
  • The Death of Stalin
  • Lady Bird

Welcome to Cinecitta Willem II straat 29, Tilburg

MovieCalendar

  • Sat 23 Jun 11:00 Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot Tickets
  • Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot
    For all screenings:
    Gus Van Sant's best film in years tells the redemption story of famous American cartoonist John Callahan (captured perfectly by an amazing Joaquin Phoenix), a man whose idiosyncratic cartoons were often as dark as the life he pursued prior to discovering his calling. A fall-down drunk whose alcoholism led to the car accident that made him a near-quadriplegic (he retained the use of one arm), Callahan faced an immense uphill battle to overcome his addiction and grow to accept his new life. This he did by channelling his caustic worldview into cartoonsmany featuring physically challenged charactersthat were decidedly non-p.c., but darkly funny nonetheless. Van Sant gives Phoenix and an equally fine supporting cast, which includes an excellent Jonah Hill as Callahan's hippie AA sponsor and Jack Black as a hell-raiser, all the room they need to let their acting chops shine, and the result is one of the best biopics to come along in years.

    'A return for Gus Van Sant to the loose-limbed chronicles of outsider existences in Portland, Oregon, that first put him on the map, like Mala Noche and Drugstore Cowboy, this.. consistently enjoyable portrait.. is notable for its generosity of spirit and gentleness.. In a terrific performance that encompasses countless attitudinal, emotional and physical shifts, Joaquin Phoenix eases into the lead role with equal parts raw pain, ironic humour and eventual mellow acceptance.'David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
    Zaal 3
  • Sat 23 Jun 11:15 My Generation Tickets
  • My Generation
    For all screenings:
    When Michael Caine burst onto the international film scene in 1966 with his role as the eponymous ladies man in Alfie, the star and the movie signified two major shifts in British film and society: first, that working-class Brits, previously marginalized in cinema culture, were about to get their chance to shine; and, second, that swinging London was on the verge of becoming the coolest place on the planet after years of post-WWII drabness and conformity. David Batty's hugely entertaining documentary focuses on Caine's life and the role he played in this huge cultural shift while also opening up into a nostalgic overview of a heady time when youth culture dominated. Featuring a great soundtrack of '60s hits and voiceover interviews with such key players of the era as Paul McCartney, Marianne Faithfull, Twiggy and legendary fashion designer Mary Quant, this is guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart!

    'There's a tremendous amount of pleasure to be had in David Batty's My Generation, a sloppy wet kiss to Michael Caine and British youth culture of the 1960s. Loaded with great footage from the era and accompanied by superbly cleaned-up music tracks from the Kinks, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and many others, this love letter-as-documentary offers 85 minutes of good old fun.'Jay Weissberg, Variety
    Zaal 1
  • Sat 23 Jun 11:30 The Death of Stalin Tickets
  • The Death of Stalin
    For all screenings:
    In early-1953 Moscow, under the Great Terror's heavy cloak of state paranoia, the ever-watchful Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, collapses unexpectedly of a brain haemorrhage. Inevitably, when his body is discovered in the following morning, a frenetic surge of raw panic spreads like a virus in the senior members of the Council of Ministers, as they scramble to maintain order, weed out the competition, and, ultimately, take power. But in the middle of a gut-wrenching roller-coaster of incessant plotting, tireless machinations, and frail allegiances, absolutely no one is safe; not even the feared chief of the secret police, Lavrenti Beria. In the end, who will prevail after the death of Stalin?
    Zaal 4
  • Sat 23 Jun 14:00 Lady Bird Tickets
  • Lady Bird
    For all screenings:
    Greta Gerwig has been one of the most original, affecting actresses of the last decade, and, with her directing debut, Lady Bird, she must now be considered one of the most original, affecting directors, as well. Nothing short of a revelation, her coming-of-age taleset in pre-Facebook Sacramento, California, in 2002traces the ups and downs in the life of the self-named Lady Bird (a magical Saoirse Ronan) as she negotiates the pitfalls of late adolescence while constantly battling her mother (an Academy Award-nominated performance from Laurie Metcalfe) and dreaming of admission to an East Coast university. Brash, funny, and brimming with vitality, Lady Bird places Gerwig at the forefront of American independent filmmaking. Nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and winner of the Golden Globe for Best Picture Musical or Comedy.

    'Fizzily funny and wistfully affecting, a story whose familiar contours nevertheless contain something utterly original and revelatory.. Lady Bird is a triumph of style, sensibility and spirit. The girl at its center may not be a heavyweight, but her movie is epic.'Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
    Zaal 3
  • Sat 23 Jun 14:00 7 Days In Entebbe Tickets
  • 7 Days In Entebbe
    For all screenings:
    Inspired by the true events of the 1976 hijacking of an Air France flight en route from Tel Aviv to Paris, and the most daring rescue mission ever attempted.
    Zaal 4
  • Sat 23 Jun 14:15 Western Tickets
  • Sat 23 Jun 16:00 Lean on Pete Tickets
  • Lean on Pete
    For all screenings:
    Don't be thrown by the Disney-like title of Andrew Haigh's (Weekend, 45 Years) moving drama, which functions as both an affecting coming-of-age tale and a serious social critique of the problems faced by the American underclass. Living in poverty in Portland, Oregon, young Charley (superb novice Charlie Plummer) is in a terrible bind. His boozing single father has been hospitalized after a bar fight, and the boy has been left on his own, so he heads to his surrogate family at the local racetrack: gruff trainer Del (Steve Buscemi), cynical jockey Bonnie (Chloê Sevigny), and the aging Lean on Pete, a past-its-prime racehorse, which Charlie has come to love. In short order, boy and horse begin a dangerous thousand-mile journey to Charlie's aunts place in Wyoming, and the stage is set for a visually arresting and thoroughly heart-rending tale for our times.

    'Is Andrew Haigh the most exciting new voice in British movies? Probably.. Haigh's new film has the substance and emotional heft to be considered a masterpiece. Lean on Pete features wide American vistas, an ambitious Homeric journey and a hugely sympathetic performance from the 18-year-old newcomer Charlie Plummer.'Kevin Maher, The Times
    Zaal 4
  • Sat 23 Jun 16:15 Utøya 22. juli / U - July 22 Tickets
  • Utøya 22. juli / U - July 22
    For all screenings:
    The mass shooting of 69 teens and young adults on Norways Utøya Island in 2011 is viscerally re-created in Eric Poppes (The Kings Choice) deeply affecting drama. The bulk of the action unfolding in one 72-minute take, which reflects the actual duration of the attack, and hewing to the victims point of view, the film begins with the teenagers on Utøya for a weekend political retreat anxiously discussing the terrorist explosion that has just occurred in Oslo. Nineteen-year-olds Kaja (Andrea Berntzen), Magnus (Aleksander Holmen), Petter (Brede Fristad), and others debate the meaning of the bomb before shots ring out and their situation is made clear. Kaja then becomes the focus as she simultaneously attempts to avoid the killer and find her sister Poppe never wavers in his you are there approach; the result is both riveting and frightening without ever crossing the line into sensationalism or exploitation.

    'This is a film about understanding; about extreme affect and radical empathy.. [Poppes drama is] one of the most effectual (and, yes, topical) condemnations of gun violence ever put across on screen.. There's a genuine verve and daring here.. The film is unbearably tense and scary without ever being "exciting" in any conventional regard. To watch it is to experience it..'John Semley, Salon
    Zaal 3
  • Sat 23 Jun 16:30 Klanken van Oorsprong Tickets
  • Sat 23 Jun 19:00 Western Tickets
  • Sat 23 Jun 19:00 Homecoming (1945) Tickets
  • Homecoming (1945)
    For all screenings:
    (Be aware that this movie is screened in a alternative room)

    12 August 1945, 11 AM. Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. In the shadow of Russian occupation, the people of the village are preparing for the wedding of the son of the clerk, but the bride's former fiance returns from captivity. Within a few hours, everything changes. Secrets, sins, reckoning, love, betrayal, confrontation
    Zaal 2
  • Sat 23 Jun 19:15 The Death of Stalin Tickets
  • The Death of Stalin
    For all screenings:
    In early-1953 Moscow, under the Great Terror's heavy cloak of state paranoia, the ever-watchful Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, collapses unexpectedly of a brain haemorrhage. Inevitably, when his body is discovered in the following morning, a frenetic surge of raw panic spreads like a virus in the senior members of the Council of Ministers, as they scramble to maintain order, weed out the competition, and, ultimately, take power. But in the middle of a gut-wrenching roller-coaster of incessant plotting, tireless machinations, and frail allegiances, absolutely no one is safe; not even the feared chief of the secret police, Lavrenti Beria. In the end, who will prevail after the death of Stalin?
    Zaal 4
  • Sat 23 Jun 19:30 Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot Tickets
  • Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot
    For all screenings:
    Gus Van Sant's best film in years tells the redemption story of famous American cartoonist John Callahan (captured perfectly by an amazing Joaquin Phoenix), a man whose idiosyncratic cartoons were often as dark as the life he pursued prior to discovering his calling. A fall-down drunk whose alcoholism led to the car accident that made him a near-quadriplegic (he retained the use of one arm), Callahan faced an immense uphill battle to overcome his addiction and grow to accept his new life. This he did by channelling his caustic worldview into cartoonsmany featuring physically challenged charactersthat were decidedly non-p.c., but darkly funny nonetheless. Van Sant gives Phoenix and an equally fine supporting cast, which includes an excellent Jonah Hill as Callahan's hippie AA sponsor and Jack Black as a hell-raiser, all the room they need to let their acting chops shine, and the result is one of the best biopics to come along in years.

    'A return for Gus Van Sant to the loose-limbed chronicles of outsider existences in Portland, Oregon, that first put him on the map, like Mala Noche and Drugstore Cowboy, this.. consistently enjoyable portrait.. is notable for its generosity of spirit and gentleness.. In a terrific performance that encompasses countless attitudinal, emotional and physical shifts, Joaquin Phoenix eases into the lead role with equal parts raw pain, ironic humour and eventual mellow acceptance.'David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
    Zaal 3
  • Sat 23 Jun 21:00 Amori Fragili Tickets
  • Sat 23 Jun 21:15 Klanken van Oorsprong Tickets
  • Sat 23 Jun 21:30 Lean on Pete Tickets
  • Lean on Pete
    For all screenings:
    Don't be thrown by the Disney-like title of Andrew Haigh's (Weekend, 45 Years) moving drama, which functions as both an affecting coming-of-age tale and a serious social critique of the problems faced by the American underclass. Living in poverty in Portland, Oregon, young Charley (superb novice Charlie Plummer) is in a terrible bind. His boozing single father has been hospitalized after a bar fight, and the boy has been left on his own, so he heads to his surrogate family at the local racetrack: gruff trainer Del (Steve Buscemi), cynical jockey Bonnie (Chloê Sevigny), and the aging Lean on Pete, a past-its-prime racehorse, which Charlie has come to love. In short order, boy and horse begin a dangerous thousand-mile journey to Charlie's aunts place in Wyoming, and the stage is set for a visually arresting and thoroughly heart-rending tale for our times.

    'Is Andrew Haigh the most exciting new voice in British movies? Probably.. Haigh's new film has the substance and emotional heft to be considered a masterpiece. Lean on Pete features wide American vistas, an ambitious Homeric journey and a hugely sympathetic performance from the 18-year-old newcomer Charlie Plummer.'Kevin Maher, The Times
    Zaal 4
  • Sat 23 Jun 21:45 Utøya 22. juli / U - July 22 Tickets
  • Utøya 22. juli / U - July 22
    For all screenings:
    The mass shooting of 69 teens and young adults on Norways Utøya Island in 2011 is viscerally re-created in Eric Poppes (The Kings Choice) deeply affecting drama. The bulk of the action unfolding in one 72-minute take, which reflects the actual duration of the attack, and hewing to the victims point of view, the film begins with the teenagers on Utøya for a weekend political retreat anxiously discussing the terrorist explosion that has just occurred in Oslo. Nineteen-year-olds Kaja (Andrea Berntzen), Magnus (Aleksander Holmen), Petter (Brede Fristad), and others debate the meaning of the bomb before shots ring out and their situation is made clear. Kaja then becomes the focus as she simultaneously attempts to avoid the killer and find her sister Poppe never wavers in his you are there approach; the result is both riveting and frightening without ever crossing the line into sensationalism or exploitation.

    'This is a film about understanding; about extreme affect and radical empathy.. [Poppes drama is] one of the most effectual (and, yes, topical) condemnations of gun violence ever put across on screen.. There's a genuine verve and daring here.. The film is unbearably tense and scary without ever being "exciting" in any conventional regard. To watch it is to experience it..'John Semley, Salon
    Zaal 3
  • Events

    Thu June 28th 8:00 pm 
    Cinecitta Film quiz

    Tue July 3rd 7:30 pm 
    Docu Tuesday: The Cleaners

  • Green risotto

    Try our vegetarian Green Risotto.
    Reserve a table at the Ristobar: 085-9022997

  • Docu Tuesday: The Cleaners

    Cinecitta presents, on July 3th, at 7.30pm, the documentary The Cleaners. A fantastic, exciting and very topical film about how social media is breaking the world.

    More info