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Child's Film, UY, 80 min  | Director(s): Alfredo Soderguit

Dem Anina Yatay Salas säin Numm besteet nëmmen aus Palindromer, déi ee ka vu vir a vun hanne liesen. Leider maache seng Schoulkollegen dofir awer och oft de Geck mat him. Enges Daags wiert d’Anina sech a streit an der Schoul mam Ysel. D’Directrice erwëscht se dobäi a gëtt hinnen eng ganz ongewéinlech Strof. D’Anina beweist doropshi wéi staark hatt ass, hatt léiert sech selwer kennen an och déi aner Mënschen ze respektéieren. Dësen Animatiounsfilm vermëttelt en aussergewéinlechen Abléck an d‘Gedanken an d‘Dreem vun engem klenge Meedchen.


MET: La Fanciulla del West

Alternative content, US  | Cast: Marcello Giordani, Deborah Voigt  | Director(s): Nicola Luisotti

Puccini’s wild-west opera had its world premiere in 1910 at the Met. On the occasion of its centennial, all-American diva Deborah Voigt sings the title role of the “girl of the golden west,” starring opposite Marcello Giordani.


MET: Romeo et Juliette

Alternative content, US, 192 min  | Cast: Roberto Alagna, Anna Netrebko  | Director(s): Plácido Domingo

Gounod’s ultra-sensual interpretation of Shakespeare is an ideal vehicle for star soprano Anna Netrebko and the remarkable tenor Roberto Alagna, both of whom bring their incandescent appeal to the title roles. The irresistible Nathan Gunn is Mercutio and Plácido Domingo presides on the podium.


MET: The Enchanted Island

Alternative content, US, 185 min  | Cast: Lisette Oropesa, Anthony Roth Costanzo  | Director(s): Phleim McDermott and Julian Courch

In one extraordinary new work, lovers of Baroque opera have it all: the world's best singers, glorious music of the Baroque masters, and a story drawn from Shakespeare. In The Enchanted Island, the lovers from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are shipwrecked on his other-wordly island of The Tempest. Inspired by the musical pastiches and masques of the 18th century, the work showcases arias and ensembles by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, and others, and a new libretto devised and written by Jeremy Sams. Eminent conductor William Christie leads an all-star cast with David Daniels (Prospero) and Joyce DiDonato (Sycorax) as the formidable foes, Plácido Domingo as Neptune, Danielle de Niese as Ariel, and Luca Pisaroni as Caliban. Lisette Oropesa and Anthony Roth Costanzo play Miranda and Ferdinand. The dazzling production is directed and designed by Phleim McDermott and Julian Courch (Satyagraha and the Met's 125 anniversary gala).


MET: La Rondine

Alternative content, US  | Cast: Roberto Alagna, Angela Gheorghiu  | Director(s): Nicolas Joël

Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna star in this ravishing romance from the world’s most popular opera composer. Gheorghiu plays the kept woman who gambles on true love, and Alagna is the man who makes her question the cost of her glittering existence, in a new production by Nicolas Joël


ROH: Manon Lescaut

Alternative content, UK  | Cast: Kristine Opolais, Christopher Maltman, Jonas Kaufmann  | Director(s): Denni Sayers

This early Puccini masterpiece makes a welcome return to Covent Garden after an absence of over 20 years, in a new production by Jonathan Kent under the baton of Music Director Antonio Pappano. The exciting Latvian soprano Kristine Opolais sings the title role. A consummate Puccini soprano, Opolais caused a sensation as Madama Butterfly in 2011, and with Manon Lescaut, the bold but impressionable heroine, we will see a very different side of her character. She is matched in star power by Jonas Kaufmann as her lover, Des Grieux, and Christopher Maltman as her cynical brother Lescaut. This is a much anticipated new production, and Kent’s vision of a young girl who faces temptation in the big city will surely resonate with today’s audience.

22 Jump Street

Action, US  | Cast: Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Ice Cube  | Director(s): Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep undercover at a local college.


NT Live: A Small Family Business

Alternative content, UK, 210 min  | Cast: Nigel Lindsay, Debra Gillett, Gawn Grainger  | Director(s): Adam Penford

A riotous exposure of entrepreneurial greed by Olivier Award-winning playwright Alan Ayckbourn (Bedroom Farce, A Chorus of Disapproval). A Small Family Business returns to the National Theatre for the first time since its celebrated premiere in 1987, when it won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play. Jack McCracken: a man of principle in a corrupt world. But not for long. Moments after taking over his father-in-law’s business he’s approached by a private detective armed with some compromising information. Jack’s integrity fades away as he discovers his extended family to be thieves and adulterers, looting the business from their suburban homes. Rampant self-interest takes over and comic hysteria builds to a macabre climax.


Drama, UK, 120 min  | Cast: Rebecca Hall, Johnny Depp, Morgan Freeman  | Director(s): Wally Pfister

A terminally ill scientist downloads his mind into a computer. This grants him power beyond his wildest dreams, and soon he becomes unstoppable.

Starred Up

Drama, US, 106 min  | Cast: Ben Mendelsohn, Jack O'Connell, Rupert Friend  | Director(s): David MacKenzie

A troubled and explosively violent teenager is transferred to adult prison where he finally meets his match - a man who also happens to be his father.



Drama, US, 138 min
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly
Director(s): Darren Aronofsky


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