Back Anem al Cine, a cycle designed for those who are looking for a different cinema, away from the big Hollywood blockbuster productions, an event that has been offering us an unavoidable date in the Multicines Eivissa.
Every Thursday at 20:30 p.m. enjoy your weekly date with him author cinema in original version with subtitles, and take the opportunity to see those films that hardly reach commercial theaters and that have superior quality and numerous awards.
On this occasion, the series has programmed us with interesting films from the April 21 to June 30, 2022.
Tickets cost 5 euros.
LIST OF SHOWINGS SPRING 2022:
-Thursday, April 21, 2022: LICORICE PIZZA
USA. 2021. (133′). Romantic comedy/Adolescence/The 70s. VOSE.
Direction: Paul Thomas Anderson.
Cast: Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper, Tom Waits, Ben Safdie, Joseph Cross, Skyler Gisondo, Mary Elizabeth Ellis.
Best film, director and actor revelation in the National Board of Review (NBR). Award for Best Screenplay, awarded by the New York Film Critics Circle.
Synopsis: It is the story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine, how they meet, spend time together and end up falling in love in the San Fernando Valley in 1973.
-Thursday, April 28, 2022: DRIVE MY CAR (Doraibu mai kâ)
Japan. 2021. (179′). Drama/Theatre. YOU.
Direction: Ryusuke Hamaguchi.
Cast: Hidetoshi Nishijima, Tôko Miura, Reika Kirishima, Sonia Yuan, Satoko Abe, Masaki Okada, Perry Dizon, Ahn Hwitae
Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars, at the Golden Globes and at the BAFTA Awards. Best Screenplay and FIPRESCI Award at the Cannes Festival.
Synopsis: Despite not being able to recover from a personal drama, Yusuke Kafuku, an actor and theater director, agrees to put on the play "Uncle Vanya" at a festival in Hiroshima. There, he meets Misaki, a reserved young woman who has been assigned as his driver. As the journeys pass, the increasing sincerity of their conversations forces them to confront their past.
-Thursday May 5, 2022: GREAT FREEDOM (Große Freiheit)
Austria. 2021. (116′). Prison drama/Homosexuality. YOU.
Direction: Sebastian Meise.
Cast: Franz Rogowski, Georg Friedrich, Anton von Lucke, Joachim Schoenfeld, Thomas Prenn, Fabian Stumm, Ulrich Faßnacht
Jury Prize (A Certain Regard), at the Cannes Festival.
Best film and Best actor, at the Seville Festival.
Synopsis: It is the true story of Hans in three moments (1945, 1957 and 1969) of his relationship with Viktor, a convicted murderer: a prison love, propitiated by Hans's entrances and exits from prison due to the repression to which he homosexual people were subdued in post-war democratic Germany.
-Thursday, May 12, 2022: THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD (Verdens verste menneske)
Norway. 2021. (121′). Drama/Romantic Comedy. YOU.
Direction: Joachim Trier.
Cast: Renate Reinsve, Anders Danielsen Lie, Herbert Nordrum, Silje Storstein, Maria*Grazia Di Meo, Hans Olav Brenner, Marianne Krogh.
Award for Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival. Award for Best Foreign Language Film awarded by the New York Film Critics Circle.
Synopsis: Julie is about to turn thirty and her life is an existential disaster. She has already wasted some of her talent and hers her boyfriend Ella's Aksel, a successful graphic novelist older than her, pressures her to contain her creative energy and settle her head. One night she crashes a party and meets the young and charming Eivind. It doesn't take long for her to break up with Aksel and embark on a new relationship in the hope that her life will gain a new perspective. However, she will have to realize that it is already too late for certain vital options.
-Thursday, May 19, 2022: LOVE IN ITS PLACE (Love Gets a Room)
Spain. 2021. (103′). Romantic drama/Musical/Nazism/The 40s. VOSE.
Address: Rodrigo Cortes.
Cast: Clara Rugaard, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Magnus Krepper, Freya Parks, Jack Roth, Henry Goodman, Dalit Streett Tejeda.
Feroz Awards: Best direction.
Synopsis: January 1942, 400.000 Jews from all over Poland have been confined by the Nazis for more than a year in a narrow ghetto in the middle of the city. Outside the wall, life goes on. Inside, its inhabitants struggle to survive. However, the high brick wall cannot stop the creation of a group of Jewish actors who, on a freezing winter night, perform a musical comedy at the Fémina theater. Viewers laugh and get emotional at a love story, forgetting their plight for a moment. Behind the scenes, the actors face a life-or-death dilemma over the possibility of an elopement after the performance.
-Thursday, May 26, 2022: THE LOST ILLUSIONS (Illusions perdues)
France. 2021. (149′). Drama/Comedy/XNUMXth Century. YOU.
Direction: Xavier Giannoli.
Cast: Benjamin Voisin, Cécile De France, Vincent Lacoste, Xavier Dolan, Salomé Dewaels, Jeanne Balibar, Gérard Depardieu, André Marcon.
César Awards: 7 awards, including best film and photography.
Synopsis: Set in the XNUMXth century. Lucien, a young Frenchman, dreams of forging his destiny as a poet. For this, he leaves his birthplace and moves to Paris with the help of his patron… Adaptation of the novel by Honoré de Balzac, “Les illusions perdues”.
-Thursday, June 2, 2022: THE EVENT (El événement)
France. 2021. (100′). Drama/The 60s. VOSE.
Direction: Audrey Dian.
Cast: Anamaria Vartolomei, Sandrine Bonnaire, Luàna Bajrami, Pio Marmai, Anna Mouglalis, Kacey Mottet Klein, Louise Chevillotte.
Venice Film Festival: Golden Lion for Best Film and FIPRESCI Award
Synopsis: France, 1963. Anne, a bright young student with a promising future, discovers that she is pregnant. From one day to the next, she sees the opportunity to finish her studies and escape from the suffocating restrictions of her environment cut short. With final exams looming and a belly that won't stop growing, Ella Anne decides to take action, even if it means facing shame, pain and even going to jail for it.
-Thursday, June 9, 2022: LAST FILM SHOW
India. 2021. (102′). Drama / Childhood / Cinema within the cinema. YOU.
Address: Pan Nalin.
Cast: Richa Meena, Rahul Koli, Dipen Arrabal, Bhavin Rabari, Vijay Mero, Tia Sebastian, Kishan Parmar, Vikas Bata, Bhavesh Shrimali,
Golden Spike for the best film at the Valladolid Film Festival.
Synopsis: Samay, a 9-year-old boy who lives with his family in a remote village in India, discovers cinema for the first time and is absolutely mesmerized. Against his father's wishes, he returns to the cinema day after day and befriends the projectionist who, in exchange for his food, lets him watch movies for free. He quickly realizes that stories turn into light, light into movies, and movies into dreams. Infected by emotion, Samay and his restless gang investigate to try to capture light and project it in order to see 35mm films and successfully manufacture a projection device. However, chasing your dreams often means leaving behind the things you love.
-Thursday, June 16, 2022: THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH (The Tragedy of Macbeth)
USA. 2021. (105′). Drama. YOU.
Direction: Joel Coen.
Cast: Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Alex Hassell, Kathryn Hunter, Corey Hawkins, Bertie Carvel, Brendan Gleeson, Miles Anderson.
National Board of Review (NBR): Best Adapted Screenplay and Cinematography. New York Film Critics Circle: Best Supporting Actress (Hunter).
Synopsis: A Scottish lord is convinced by witches that he will become the future king of Scotland. Adaptation of “Macbeth”, by William Shakespeare.
-Thursday, June 23, 2022: A SMALL WORLD
Belgium. 2021. (72′). Drama/ Bullying. YOU.
Direction: Laura Wandel.
Cast: Maya Vanderbeque, Günter Duret, Karim Leklou, Laura Verlinden, Léna Girard Voss, Thao Maerten, Laurent Capelluto
Cannes Film Festival: FIPRESCI Award (A Certain Regard)
Synopsis: Nora enters elementary school and soon after discovers the bullying suffered by her older brother, Abel. Nora is torn between the need to fit in and her brother, who asks her to keep quiet.
-Thursday, June 30, 2022: PARIS, DISTRICT 13 (Les Olympiades)
Belgium. 2021. (106′). Romantic drama / Friend. YOU.
Direction: Jacques Audiard.
Cast: Lucie Zhang, Makita Samba, Noémie Merlant, Jehnny Beth, Geneviève Doang, Lumina Wang, Camille Berthomier, Line Phé, Pol White.
Seville Film Festival: Award for Best Actress (Lucie Zhang)
Synopsis: Paris, 13th arrondissement, Les Olympiades neighborhood. Émilie meets Camille, who is attracted to Nora, who, in turn, crosses paths with Amber. Three girls and one boy. They are friends, sometimes lovers, and often both.