Films in cycle

The Girl from Flanders

(Ein Mädchen aus Flandern, 1956.)

Directed by: Helmut Käutner
PHOTOGRAPHY: Friedl Behn-Grund

Romantic drama set during World War I, an adaptation of the novel by Carl Zuckmayer about the love between a German officer and a Flemish girl. Young German officer Alexander Haller and a group of soldiers come to a local Belgian pub known for beautiful women. The locals refuse to serve the aggressors, but Angeline takes pity on them and gives them water. Fearing the water is poisoned, none of the soldiers drink it apart from Alexander...

b/w, 35 mm, 105 min
Wednesday 23.04.2014 AT 21:00
Tuesday 22.04.2014 AT 19:00



Directed by: Fred Zinnemann
PHOTOGRAPHY: Douglas Slocombe

A story about love and friendship between the writer Lillian Hellman and Julia, who she met in her youth. They grew up in America together, but after some time Julia went to Vienna for university, where she was a student of Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein. Lillian remained in America trying to prove herself as a playwright with the help of a mentor and occasional lover Dashiell Hammett. Julia becomes active in the anti-fascist movement and is asking Lillian for help.

color, 35 mm, 117 min
Wednesday 23.04.2014 AT 19:00
Tuesday 22.04.2014 AT 21:00

The Young Lions


Directed by: Edward Dmytryk
PHOTOGRAPHY: Joseph MacDonald

The first Hollywood film by Maximilian Schell, a story about a few different men and the way the World War II affected them. Marlon Brando interprets the German ski instructor Christian Diestl who joins the army, believing that Hitler would bring prosperity to Germany. Seeing what the war had done to his commander (Maximilian Schell), he slowly changes his opinion. Montgomery Clift plays an American Jew Noah who faces anti-Semitism among his companions.

b/w, 35 mm, 167 min
Wednesday 30.04.2014 AT 19:00
Monday 28.04.2014 AT 19:00

Judgment at Nüremberg


Directed by: Stanley Kramer
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ernest Laszlo

The drama for which Maximilian Schell won a Golden Globe and an Oscar Award for best actor in 1962. In occupied Germany, in Nuremberg in 1948 the trial of four German judges who made sterilization, imprisonment and murder of Jews and other undesirable groups at the time legal. Through a process led by the main judge, American Dan Haywood, raises the question of individual guilt in the carried out collectively.

b/w, 35 mm, 186 min
Friday 02.05.2014 AT 19:00
Tuesday 29.04.2014 AT 19:00



Directed by: Ralph Nelson
PHOTOGRAPHY: Russell Metty

During World War II Symphony Orchestra is on a European tour. It is abruptly interrupted in Belgium when a city they are to perform in is attacked by the German army. Conductor Lionel Evans tries to escape with the orchestra, but the Germans capture them. Led by Colonel Arndt, the soldiers take them to the castle. Evans learns that their superior, Gen. Schiller is a lover of classical music and expects a private concert...

color, 35 mm, 107 min
Saturday 03.05.2014 AT 19:00
Friday 02.05.2014 AT 17:00
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