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War Pony

2022-11-30T18:22:23+00:00

WAR PONY follows the interlocking stories of two young Oglala Lakota men growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation. At 23, Bill just wants to make something of himself. Whether it’s delivering goods or breeding Poodles, he is determined to hustle his way to the “American Dream”. Meanwhile, 12-year-old Matho can’t wait to become a [...]

Red Rocket

2021-11-12T16:53:39+00:00

The audacious new film from writer-director Sean Baker (The Florida Project, Tangerine) starring Simon Rex in a magnetic, live-wire performance, is a darkly funny, raw and humane portrait of a uniquely American hustler and a hometown that barely tolerates him. Saturday, 04.12.2021 – 10.15 pm, Kino in der KulturBrauerei, theater 4 Monday, 06.12.2021 – 10:00 [...]

Minari

2021-03-23T11:34:10+00:00

A tender and sweeping story about what roots us, "Minari" follows a Korean-American family that moves to a tiny Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream. The family home changes completely with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother. Amidst the instability and challenges of this new life in the [...]

Honey Boy

2020-06-22T16:28:56+00:00

From a screenplay by Shia LaBeouf, based on his own experiences, award-winning filmmaker Alma Har’el brings to life a young actor’s stormy childhood and early adult years as he struggles to reconcile with his father through cinema and dreams. Fictionalizing his childhood ascent to stardom, and subsequent adult crash-landing into rehab and recovery, Har’el cast [...]

Certain Women

2018-08-17T09:57:36+00:00

“As American movies get louder and louder – seriously, outside of “The Revenant” good luck finding anything in theaters that isn’t blasting you with wall-to-wall music and dialogue – the exquisite films of Kelly Reichardt become more powerful and more necessary. Following the haunting “Wendy and Lucy” and the bleakly satirical “Meek’s Cutoff”, Reichardt teams [...]

Listen Up Philip

2017-05-19T14:29:30+00:00

“The poster quote tells us to “Think Woody Allen meets Wes Anderson” but it’s the dyspeptic spirit of early Noah Baumbach that hangs most heavily over this sardonic 70s-inflected comedy. Jason Schwartzman is narcissistic writer Philip Lewis Friedman, variously described by his acquaintances as “a baby and an asshole” and “selfish and unsentimental” – the [...]