|Sun 21.07.||14:30||THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM||Ed||Gotthard|
|Tue 23.07.||20:15||THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM||Ed||Gotthard|
|Mon 26.08.||20:15||TEL AVIV ON FIRE||OVdf||Gotthard|
|Mon 16.09.||20:15||LE MIRACLE DU SAINT INCONNU||OVdf||Gotthard|
|Mon 21.10.||20:00||SO LONG, MY SON||OVdf||Gotthard|
|Tue 22.10.||20:00||WARGAMES||Ed||Seehof 1|
|Mon 28.10.||20:15||FOR SAMA||OVdf||Gotthard|
|Tue 26.11.||20:00||DR. STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB||Ed||Seehof 1|
As a cinema business, we depend on today's youth to also discover movies that are based on real life, not just fantasy. Who else will watch the growing number of independent films in the future? Stories about French students or Latin American gangs can be as exciting and entertaining as the latest superhero films—but unless you have been introduced to such cinematic treats, you would probably not seek them out in the first place.
Beyond Mainstream Cinema
Young audiences often focus on a very narrow range of films, despite the ever-growing number of movies to choose from. Due to a lack of financial resources and time, adolescents tend to favour 'tried and tested' entertainment, i.e. widely advertised event movies (particularly sequels). For this reason, many low-profile cinematic gems will generally not last long on the big screen—even connoisseurs of cinema frequently miss out on important movies. With our U25 offer, we would like to encourage young people to watch movies that might not normally be on their radar and expand their aesthetic horizons beyond blockbuster cinema. The selection generally covers current (but possibly overlooked) releases that are of interest to young audiences.
9am - noon & from 2pm
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