Sunday | 21.07.19

Monthly Screenings

The House with a Clock in Its Walls

Dir.: Eli Roth
| 105 minutes

Lewis moves in with his uncle in a house full of mysterious clocks. The uncle and his feisty neighbor are practitioners in the art of magic. When a trick goes wrong, Lewis and his uncle set out on an adventure of a lifetime. 

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) on the best journey films in history

Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver

Dir.: Dennis Gansel
| 105 minutes

Jim, an orphan, leaves his home together with Luke, his locomotive driver friend. The two arrive in China and are drawn into an adventure to set free a kidnapped princess in the city of Dragons. A splendid and delightful cinematic experience, based on the Michael Ende’s book.

Galit Roichman (in Heb.) on the great Stan Lee and the superheroes he created

Captain America: Civil War

Dir.: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
| 147 minutes

When the UN demands that superheroes’ powers be restricted, and all-out war breaks out between Iron Man and Captain America. The confrontation between superheroes can be a platform for ethical and political debate, but here it first of all serves as the base for a marvelous, action-packed film.