Mountain Cinema Club: Foreign Films & Select Films

Recommended Films:

Looking for some great films to watch in between our Film Series? Here is our list of favorites:

Children of Huang Shi (China)
Mongol (Kazakhstan, Mongolia)
The Band's Visit (Israel, Egypt)
Painted Veil (UK, China)
The Kite Runner (USA, Afghanistan)
After the Wedding (Denmark)
Black Book (Netherlands)
Vitus (Switzerland)
Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi (Israel)
Lives of Others (Germany)
The Italian (Russia)
Gloomy Sunday (Hungary, Germany)
Mrs. Henderson Presents (UK)
Monsieur Ibrahim (France)
Merchant of Venice (Italy)
Motorcycle Diaries (Argentina)
Walk on Water (Israel)
In America (Ireland, UK)
Shower (China)
Twilight Sumarai (Japan)
I'm Not Scared (Italy)
Together (China)
Cuckoo (Finland)
Dirty Pretty Things (UK)
The Station Agent (US)
Man Without a Past (Finland)
Rabbit Proof Fence (Australia)
Bread and Tulips (Italy)
With a Friend Like Harry (France)
Children of Heaven (Iran )
What's Cooking? (US)
King of Masks (China)
Color of Paradise (Iran)
Run, Lola, Run (Germany)
Afterlife (Japan)
The Dinner Game (France)
Central Station (Brazil)

Spring 2019 SERIES -5 films
Showtimes: 2:30pm & 5:30pm
at The Blue Jay Cinema
All 5 films for: Matinee: $35 / Evening: $35
Printable pdf flyer

Wednesday
April 17
- What Will People Say - (Norway, Drama) Cultures collide when a Pakistani teenage daughter raised in Norway, crosses her parents and is sent to live with relatives in Pakistan. (Urdu and Norwegian with English subtitles) (Not Rated) 1 hr. 46 min.
Wednesday
May 1
- - (Japan, Crime Drama) A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find outside in the cold and find their unusual routine under the microscope. (Japanese with English subtitles) (R) 2hrs. 1min. *NOTE: per SWANK Motion Pictures, INC., lease agreement: It is forbidden to advertise the name of this film in any public newspaper - only the date of the event may be published.
Wednesday
May 15
- Capernaüm - (Lebanon, France, Drama) - A Lebanese boy journeys from streetwise child to hardened 12-year-old "adult", until he agrees to provide daycare for the one year old son of an Ethiopian migrant worker in exchange for food and shelter. Remarkable performances delivered by a cast of never before actors. (Arabic / Amharic with English subtitles) (R) 2 hrs. 6 min.
Wednesday
May 29
- Woman at War - (Iceland, Drama, Thriller) Halla declares war on the local aluminum industry and risks all she has to protect the highlands of Iceland, but the situation could change with the unexpected arrival of a small orphan in her life. (Icelandic, Spanish, Ukrainian with English subtitles) (Not Rated) 1 hr. 41mns.
Wednesday
June 5
- Letters to Father Jaakab - (Finland, Drama) - Newly pardoned convict Leila, agrees to work as an assistant to a blind pastor. Father Jaakab spends his days answering the letters of the needy but when the letters stop, the pastor is devastated and Leila finds herself cast in a new role. (Finnish with English subtitles) (Not Rated) 1 hr. 14 mins. *NOTE: This film date is ONE week AFTER our prior film.

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