This season Kino will screen some films with English Subtitles for our International audience. Please note that most of the films only have one screening each with English subtitles.
UPCOMING SCREENINGS WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES:
Tuesday 10 March at 19.30
Fat Front (documentary, 87 min.)
Fat Front is the story about young Scandinavian women who have had enough of self-hatred and shame and proudly call themselves FAT. With the provocative tone of feminism and an artistic approach to the natural beauty of the body this film will change the way we view bodies.
Wednesday 18 March 20:30 at Kino
Parasite - Black & White version / English subtitles (drama, South Korea, 132 min)
Korean director Bong Joon-ho's dark, satirical, yet funny and very unpredictable family drama won the Golden Palm in Cannes 2019 and Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best International Feature film, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Korean dialogue with English subtitles.
Friday 27 March at 18.30
Jozi Gold (documentary, 74 min.) - exclusive preview screening
Grandmother and environmental activist Mariette Liefferink is up against the richest mining corporations in Africa. The golden era has left 1,6 million people living on radioactive grounds, but she is on a mission to force the gold industry to clean up.
Wednesday 8 April at 20.00
The Kingmaker (documentary, 100 min.)
From award-winning filmmaker Lauren Greenfield (The Queen of Versailles, Generation Wealth) and producer Frank Evers comes The Kingmaker, centred on the indomitable character of Imelda Marcos.
Friday 17 April at 19.30
The Cave (documentary, 107 min.)
Amidst air strikes and bombings, a group of female doctors in Ghouta, Syria struggle with systemic sexism while trying to care for the injured using limited resources.
Wednesday 29 April at 20.00
Rudeboy (documentary, 85 min.)
Combining archive footage, freshly shot interviews and drama – Rudeboy tells the story of Trojan Records by placing it at the heart of a cultural revolution that unfolded in the council estates and shanty towns of the late 60’s and 70’s.
Please stay tuned. We will update this list when we have more film screenings with English subtitles planned.