Today: February 21, 2024

The Tricycle International

The Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars this year has brought some of the most welcome responses from critics and audiences alike this year.

The Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars this year has
brought some of the most welcome responses from critics and audiences alike
this year. Iranian domestic drama
A Separation met riot reviews while Wim Wender’s documentary Pina brought a new
depth to 3D and eastern animation Tatsumi lit up screens across the country.

The Tricycle in Kilburn, North London will be spreading the
best offerings from global cinema this year in a ten day season showing all of
the academy nominations. The programme will include special preview screenings
of Once Upon ATime Anatolia (Turkey) and Breathing (Austria) as well as Q&As with
Lithuanian director Kristijonas Vild!i!nas (Back To Your Arms), Romanianactor Andras Hathazi (Morgen)
and Swiss
cinematographer Lorenz Merz(Summer Games).

Screenings will be running from the 14th of
February through to the 23rd, with the Oscars announcing its winners
on Sunday the 26th. Full details on this season and all other events
at the Tricycle can be found at www.tricycle.co.uk

Listings Information:

Tuesday 14th February

8.30pm / Summer Games (Swiss) + Q&A with
Cinematographer Lorenz Merz

Wednesday 15th February

6.15pm / Pina (Germany)

Thursday 16th February

2.30pm / Footnote (Israel)

6.30pm / Miss Bala (Mexico)

8.45pm / Beyond (Sweden)

Friday 17th February

2.30pm / Back To Your Arms (Lithuania)

6.15pm / The Silent House (Uruguay)

8.00pm / Once Upon A Time Anatolia (Turkey) ADVANCE
PREVIEW SCREENING

Saturday 18th Februrary

3.30pm / Pina (Germany)

6.00pm / A Separation (Iran)

8.30pm / Morgen (Romania) + Q&A with lead actor
Andras Hathaz

Sunday 19th February

2.30pm / As If I Am Not There (Ireland)

5.00pm / Footnote (Israel)

7.30pm / Tatsumi (Singapore)

Monday 20th February

6.30pm / Rumble Of Stones (Venezuela)

8.30pm / Aballay (Argentina) UK PREMIERE

Tuesday 21st February

6.30pm / Attenberg (Greece)

8.30pm / A Separation (Iran)

Wednesday 22nd February

6.00pm / Mentevideo (Serbia)

8.45pm / Beauty (South Africa)

Thursday 23rd February

2.30pm / A Separation (Iran)

6.30pm / Breathing (Austria) ADVANCE PREVIEW SCREENING

8.15pm / Back To Your Arms (Lithuania) + Q&A with
director Kristijonas Vild!i!nas

Beth Webb - Events Editor

I aim to bring you a round up of the best film events in the UK, no matter where you are or what your preference. For live coverage of events across London, follow @FilmJuice

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