European Arthouse Cinema Day

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European Arthouse Cinema Day

12 November 2023 @ 8:00 pm
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One event on 12 November 2023 at 5:30 pm

One event on 12 November 2023 at 8:00 pm

Spazju Kreattiv cinema is thrilled to be part of the 8th European Arthouse Cinema Day On 12th November 2023 in collaboration with the CICAE and in association with the Europa Cinemas network and co-funded by Creative Europe’s MEDIA programme.

Since 2016 more than 700 cinemas in over 40 countries have participated in the event, offering magnificent programming including previews, films for young audiences, and classics from the history of European cinema. Films are free but subject to booking

Special thank you goes to our collaborators Embasssy of Germany, Alliance Française de Malte-Méditerranée, Embassy of France and Embassy of Ireland


Der traumhafte Weg/ The Dreamed Path

Greece, summer 1984. The 20-year-old British musician Kenneth and Theres, a German woman of the same age, met on vacation and fell in love. They finance their holidays by singing and playing music together on the streets. The two are a happy couple, but when Kenneth learns that his mother has had an accident, he immediately returns home. Theres is left alone. Kenneth soon realizes how much holiday love actually means to him. But the break was too great – he can’t win Theres back.

Berlin, 30 years later. The 40-year-old actress Ariane is married to the renowned anthropologist David and has a child with him. But the couple is in a crisis and their love seems to have expired. When Ariane breaks up, David moves into another apartment. One day he watches a homeless man from his window. It’s Kenneth. He has never forgotten his great love Theres, but he has no idea that he will soon see her again in Berlin.

Duration: 81 mins

Certification: 15

Language: German with English subtitles

Price: Free but booking is required

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Hiroshima, mon amour

“Hiroshima, Mon Amour” is a classic 1959 French film directed by Alain Resnais. The story revolves around a passionate love affair between a French actress, played by Emmanuelle Riva, and a Japanese architect, played by Eiji Okada, in post-war Hiroshima. As they explore their intense connection, they grapple with the haunting memories of Hiroshima’s atomic bombing and the scars of their own pasts. The film beautifully combines personal and historical trauma, reflecting on love, loss, memory, and the enduring impact of war. It’s a poetic and deeply emotional exploration of the human experience in the aftermath of a devastating tragedy.

Duration: 1 hour 31 mins

Certification: 15

Language: French with English subtitles

Price: Free but booking is required

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Belfast

From lauded director Kenneth Branagh, and starring an acclaimed ensemble cast, Belfast is a personal and joyful story about the power of memory, set in late 1960s Northern Ireland.

At the centre of the film is Buddy, a young boy on the cusp of adolescence, whose life is filled with familial love, childhood hijinks, and a blossoming romance. Yet, with his beloved hometown caught up in increasing turmoil, his family faces a momentous choice: hope the conflict will pass or leave everything they know behind for a new life.

Duration: 1 hour 38 mins

Certification: 12A

Language: English

Price: Free but booking is required

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