On the occasion of Sergio Leone’s 90th birthday on January 3, 1929 and the 30th anniversary of his death on April 30, 1989, we are going to show all seven films he directed from THE COLOSSUS OF RHODES to ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA in their uncut and restored version.
"Sergio Leone is a singular figure among Italian filmmakers of the postwar era: his films grow in reputation year after year. Groundbreaking westerns such as his "Dollars" trilogy and the authoritative Once Upon a Time in the West have made Leone one of the most popular and influential directors in world cinema."
Christopher Frayling in "Sergio Leone: Something to Do with Death"
Beyond the Fear of Singing explores the existential gap between ‘performers’ and ‘non-performers’, the healing journey of acceptance and emergence from hiding our voices, and a global grassroots return, both individually and collectively, to appreciation for our natural voice and unique song.
Screening on May 6 at 20:15 with singing hosts Sybille Mikula & Robert Böhm
Tuesday, June 18 (2018) marks the 50th anniversary of Sam Peckinpah's THE WILD BUNCH (1969) with William Holden & Ernest Borgnine.
On that very day we feature a special screening of the epic Western.
THE THIRD MAN
Directed by: Carol Reed
Cast: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Trevor Howard, Paul Hörbiger
1949, 104 min.
We show THE THIRD MAN at least three times a week: Fri night as well as Sun & Tue afternoon. Please note that the new showtimes for the coming week (Fri - Thu) are usually published on Tuesday evening. Click on the image for the next sowtimes. Click here for the showtimes and more info.