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  • Mon 14 Oct 11:00 Dolor y Gloria Read more Order tickets directly
  • Dolor y Gloria
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    Antonio Banderas, in the crowning performance of his career, captured the Best Actor prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for his portrayal of film director Salvador Mallo—obviously modelled on director Pedro Almodóvar himself—a man depressed by his mother’s death, suffering from the aftereffects of back surgery, frustrated by his inability to continue making films, and facing his own mortality. When actor and former lover Alberto (Asier Etxeandia) returns to the scene, both redemption and disaster seem like distinct possibilities… As visually rich (those colours!) as anything the Spanish master has made before, and both deeply moving and (like all Almodóvar films) wistfully funny, Pain and Glory (the English title for the film) shows that Almodóvar is still in peak form.

    ‘As ever, Almodóvar has made a film about pleasure, which is itself a pleasure: witty, intelligent and sensuous. It is about love, memory, art, mothers, lovers and most of all it is about itself, which in the hands of a lesser director would be dismayingly indulgent. But Almodóvar is a master of self-reference and intertextuality: the film within a film, the story within a story, the dream within a dream.’—Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
    Zaal 4
  • Mon 14 Oct 11:00 Fisherman's Friends Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 11:15 Pavarotti Read more Order tickets directly
  • Pavarotti
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    ‘Pavarotti’: the name conjures up images of the man with the famous white handkerchief who effortlessly hits the highest Cs in concert. Filmmaker Ron Howard charts the rise of the humble baker’s son from Modena to world stardom. Relatives, colleagues and friends – including Nelson Mandela, Bono and Stevie Wonder – talk about Pavarotti as a father, husband, musical genius and likable person.
    Zaal 1
  • Mon 14 Oct 13:45 Instinct Read more Order tickets directly
  • Instinct
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    Fresh from her Emmy-nominated turn as Melisandre in Game of Thrones, Dutch star Carice van Houton (also the star of Paul Verhoeven’s great Black Book) commands the screen as a prison psychologist with decidedly unconventional treatment methods in Halina Reijn’s riveting directorial debut. When Nicoline (van Houten) comes face to face with the violent serial rapist Idris (rising star Marwen Kenzari, impressive) who is up for parole, a seductive, sexually charged dance begins between the two. But who is leading? Reijn ratchets up the tension with a skill that belies her novice status and crafts a superb, decidedly discomfiting feminist drama.

    ‘Carice van Houten is on electrifying form in Halina Reijn's risky, impressive debut… [The drama] intelligently sensational adult fare, crafted with paper-cut precision on all fronts… [Actors] van Houten and Kenzari are astonishing, both individually and as a crashing, combustible unit. Van Houten etches the internal conflict between Nicoline’s intellectual hauteur and her treacherous body language in anxious, exacting fashion, while Kenzari is a volatile wild card, turning on a dime from calculated flirtation to instinctive menace.’—Guy Lodge, Variety
    Zaal 1
  • Mon 14 Oct 14:00 After the Wedding Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 14:00 Piranhas Read more Order tickets directly
  • Piranhas
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    Fifteen-year-old Nicola (Francesco Di Napoli) is fed up with watching his mother’s dry-cleaning business being bled dry by Mafiosi demanding protection money in their tough Naples neighbourhood. So, with the best of intentions, the intelligent and enterprising youngster decides to recruit his buddies and form a gang in order to take back their neighbourhood. But these are kids playing a decidedly adult game… Based on a book by Roberto Saviano, the author of Gamorrah, Claudio Giovannesi’s gritty drama packs a punch as Nicola and his friends, excited to be playing in the big leagues and dazzled by their early successes, slowly turn into the very things—gangsters—they started out to fighting against.

    ‘Visceral… A gripping modern riff on Goodfellas… Daniele Ciprì’s fluid and prehensile… handheld cinematography is raw but touched with the romance of a young man’s purpose—it cuts through the unfakeable streets of Naples’ Spanish Quarters with the latent violence of a shark’s fin gliding above the surf, while Andrea Moscianese’s spare and ominous guitar score occasionally hangs above the action like a storm cloud waiting to explode. Even in its most familiar moments, Piranhas bristles with the adolescent excitement of a kid making his own mistakes.’—David Ehrlich, IndieWire
    Zaal 3
  • Mon 14 Oct 14:00 The Swallows of Kabul Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 16:15 Dolor y Gloria Read more Order tickets directly
  • Dolor y Gloria
    For all screenings:
    Antonio Banderas, in the crowning performance of his career, captured the Best Actor prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for his portrayal of film director Salvador Mallo—obviously modelled on director Pedro Almodóvar himself—a man depressed by his mother’s death, suffering from the aftereffects of back surgery, frustrated by his inability to continue making films, and facing his own mortality. When actor and former lover Alberto (Asier Etxeandia) returns to the scene, both redemption and disaster seem like distinct possibilities… As visually rich (those colours!) as anything the Spanish master has made before, and both deeply moving and (like all Almodóvar films) wistfully funny, Pain and Glory (the English title for the film) shows that Almodóvar is still in peak form.

    ‘As ever, Almodóvar has made a film about pleasure, which is itself a pleasure: witty, intelligent and sensuous. It is about love, memory, art, mothers, lovers and most of all it is about itself, which in the hands of a lesser director would be dismayingly indulgent. But Almodóvar is a master of self-reference and intertextuality: the film within a film, the story within a story, the dream within a dream.’—Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
    Zaal 4
  • Mon 14 Oct 16:15 The Goldfinch Read more Order tickets directly
  • The Goldfinch
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    Donna Tartt’s magnificently Dickensian novel is brought to the big screen with a rare fidelity to its source: jumping back and forth in time, it tells the story of Theo Decker (Ansel Elgort, Baby Driver), a young man in his early 20s, whose life was irrevocably altered as a 13-year-old when he and his mother were victims of a terrorist bombing at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, a bombing that left her dead and him in possession of a precious Old Master painting—Carol Fabritius’ The Goldfinch (actually resident in The Hague’s Mauritshuis Museum). As Theo grieves, grows, re-makes his life, learns to cultivate his talent for restoring antique furniture, falls in love, and travels the world, we are treated to one man’s epic journey toward an understanding of a chaotic world and his place in it.

    ‘[T]his is a polished, impressive attempt that pays off in the end… Its themes of loss, longing, heartache and betrayal, not to mention the nature and value of beautiful objects, do ultimately move us…. [T]he picture’s intricate, Victorian triple-decker plot, rife as it is with coincidence, catastrophe and betrayal, provides so much twisting and turning that it smoothly holds our interest.’—Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
    Zaal 3
  • Mon 14 Oct 16:15 Monos Read more Order tickets directly
  • Monos
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    Set in the thick jungles and desolate mountains of Colombia, Alejandro Landes’ riveting—and completely daft—drama has a group of very young anarchist rebels, members of something called ‘The Organization’, training and fighting and arguing whilst in possession of an American hostage (Julianne Nicholson) desperate to escape. As tensions mount between and among them, the group slowly begins coming apart at the seams… Landes makes great use of the deeply unfamiliar setting, framing his action in compositions that are both daring and off-kilter. As the madness in the group intensifies, Landes expertly ratchets up the tensions until the suspense in the second half of the film becomes almost unbearable…

    ‘This overpoweringly tense and deeply mad thriller… [is like] something between Apocalypse Now, Lord of the Flies and Embrace of the Serpent. It depicts a dysfunctional society and guilt-ridden family in miniature, and demonstrates the shifting power dynamics of a cult, the craziness embedded in the minds of child soldiers, the resentments nursed in a military unit without a supervising commanding officer, and the very real danger of eating ’shrooms grown in cowshit…’—Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
    Ruimte X
  • Mon 14 Oct 16:30 Downton Abbey Read more Order tickets directly
  • Downton Abbey
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    The worldwide phenomenon that was the Downton Abbey television series has now been transformed into a big-screen extravaganza, starring all your favourite characters from the original, including Hugh Bonneville (Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham), Laura Carmichael (Lady Edith Crawley), Allen Leech (Tom Branson), Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary Crawley), Elizabeth McGovern (Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham), Joanne Froggat (Anna Bates), Jim Carter (Charles Carson), Matthew Goode (Henry Talbot) and the inimitable Maggie Smith (Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham). The plot revolves around what the Crawleys and their staff see as the crowning (pun intended) moment of their lives—a royal visit from the king and queen. Needless to say, this sets in motion a set of scandals, romances, and intrigues that will shake Downton's future.

    Written by series creator Julian Fellowes and directed by Michael Engler, who cut his teeth directing episodes of the series, this promises to do justice to a show that garnered three Golden Globes and 15 Emmy Awards, a show that remains close to the hearts of millions around the world.
    Zaal 1
  • Mon 14 Oct 18:45 De Patrick Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 19:00 Fisherman's Friends Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 19:15 Instinct Read more Order tickets directly
  • Instinct
    For all screenings:
    Fresh from her Emmy-nominated turn as Melisandre in Game of Thrones, Dutch star Carice van Houton (also the star of Paul Verhoeven’s great Black Book) commands the screen as a prison psychologist with decidedly unconventional treatment methods in Halina Reijn’s riveting directorial debut. When Nicoline (van Houten) comes face to face with the violent serial rapist Idris (rising star Marwen Kenzari, impressive) who is up for parole, a seductive, sexually charged dance begins between the two. But who is leading? Reijn ratchets up the tension with a skill that belies her novice status and crafts a superb, decidedly discomfiting feminist drama.

    ‘Carice van Houten is on electrifying form in Halina Reijn's risky, impressive debut… [The drama] intelligently sensational adult fare, crafted with paper-cut precision on all fronts… [Actors] van Houten and Kenzari are astonishing, both individually and as a crashing, combustible unit. Van Houten etches the internal conflict between Nicoline’s intellectual hauteur and her treacherous body language in anxious, exacting fashion, while Kenzari is a volatile wild card, turning on a dime from calculated flirtation to instinctive menace.’—Guy Lodge, Variety
    Zaal 1
  • Mon 14 Oct 19:30 Celibaat Read more Order tickets directly
  • Mon 14 Oct 20:45 Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood Read more Order tickets directly
  • Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood
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    The most hotly anticipated Hollywood film of the year has arrived, and—make no mistake—it fully lives up to everything you may have heard or read about it. Quentin Tarantino’s fabulous ode to a time and place much mythologized—1969 Los Angeles and its Hollywood Dream Factory, soon to be fatally stained by the Manson murders—stars Leo DiCaprio as the on-the-verge-of-being-washed-up movie star Rick Dalton and Brad Pitt as his stuntman and drinking buddy Cliff Booth. As veterans of the Hollywood machine, they are surrounded by industry players, big and small, and they take every advantage of their status. Meanwhile, Tarantino weaves a tapestry that includes all of his obsessions, from pop music and Hollywood trivia to Spaghetti Westerns and drive-in restaurants, into a sprawling, beautifully filmed paean to an era about to come to a shockingly grisly end with the Manson Family massacre. Be prepared to have your mind blown…

    ‘Tarantino's dazzling LA redemption song… Quite simply, I just defy anyone with red blood in their veins not to respond to the crazy bravura of Tarantino’s film-making, not to be bounced around the auditorium at the moment-by-moment enjoyment that this movie delivers—and conversely, of course, to shudder at the horror and cruelty and its hallucinatory aftermath…’—Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
  • Mon 14 Oct 21:00 Monos Read more Order tickets directly
  • Monos
    For all screenings:
    Set in the thick jungles and desolate mountains of Colombia, Alejandro Landes’ riveting—and completely daft—drama has a group of very young anarchist rebels, members of something called ‘The Organization’, training and fighting and arguing whilst in possession of an American hostage (Julianne Nicholson) desperate to escape. As tensions mount between and among them, the group slowly begins coming apart at the seams… Landes makes great use of the deeply unfamiliar setting, framing his action in compositions that are both daring and off-kilter. As the madness in the group intensifies, Landes expertly ratchets up the tensions until the suspense in the second half of the film becomes almost unbearable…

    ‘This overpoweringly tense and deeply mad thriller… [is like] something between Apocalypse Now, Lord of the Flies and Embrace of the Serpent. It depicts a dysfunctional society and guilt-ridden family in miniature, and demonstrates the shifting power dynamics of a cult, the craziness embedded in the minds of child soldiers, the resentments nursed in a military unit without a supervising commanding officer, and the very real danger of eating ’shrooms grown in cowshit…’—Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
    Ruimte X
  • Mon 14 Oct 21:15 The Goldfinch Read more Order tickets directly
  • The Goldfinch
    For all screenings:
    Donna Tartt’s magnificently Dickensian novel is brought to the big screen with a rare fidelity to its source: jumping back and forth in time, it tells the story of Theo Decker (Ansel Elgort, Baby Driver), a young man in his early 20s, whose life was irrevocably altered as a 13-year-old when he and his mother were victims of a terrorist bombing at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, a bombing that left her dead and him in possession of a precious Old Master painting—Carol Fabritius’ The Goldfinch (actually resident in The Hague’s Mauritshuis Museum). As Theo grieves, grows, re-makes his life, learns to cultivate his talent for restoring antique furniture, falls in love, and travels the world, we are treated to one man’s epic journey toward an understanding of a chaotic world and his place in it.

    ‘[T]his is a polished, impressive attempt that pays off in the end… Its themes of loss, longing, heartache and betrayal, not to mention the nature and value of beautiful objects, do ultimately move us…. [T]he picture’s intricate, Victorian triple-decker plot, rife as it is with coincidence, catastrophe and betrayal, provides so much twisting and turning that it smoothly holds our interest.’—Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
    Zaal 3
  • Mon 14 Oct 21:30 Sneak Preview Read more Order tickets directly
  • Events

    Thu Oct. 17th, 8:30 pm:
    013CIFF opening night

    Fr Oct. 18th, 10:00 am-12:00 pm:
    013CIFF(Cinecitta International Film Festival)

    Sa Oct. 19th, 10:00 am-12:00 pm:
    013CIFF (Cinecitta International Film Festival)

    Sun Oct. 20th, 10:00 am-10:00 pm:
    013CIFF (Cinecitta International Film Festival)

    Tue Oct. 22nd 7:15 pm:
    Filmsalon de Ontmoeting: Jeux Interdits

    Wed Oct. 30th 7:00 pm:
    Gay Film Special: Taxi zum Klo

    Tue Nov. 5th  7:15 pm:
    Filmsalon de Ontmoeting

    Wed Nov. 6th 7:00 pm:
    Jubileum Val Berlijnse Muur: Das schweigende Klassenzimmer

    Sun Nov. 17th 7:30 pm:
    Western Stars

    Tue Nov. 19th 7.00 pm:
    Filmsalon de Ontmoeting

    Wed Nov. 27th 7:00 pm:
    Gay Film Special: Croce e Delizia

     

  • 013 CIFF

    Cinecitta presents a new film festival: 013 Cinecitta International Film Festival. Directors will attend the evening screenings!

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