Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Mon 1 Apr 2019,
A Film Hub South East presentation from the
Independent Cinema Office
Growing audiences for cultural cinema
All Tickets £6
Arabic with English Subtitles
Director: Nadine Labaki Lebanon / USA 130 mins
Starring: Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shireraw, Kawthar Al Haddad, Fadi Kanel Youssef
CERTIFICATE 15: PHOTO ID MAY BE REQUIRED TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE SCREENING
Winner of numerous awards including the Jury Prize at Cannes 2018, writer-director Nadine Labaki’s (Caramel, Where Do We Go Now?) sensational Capernaum depicts children on the very edges of society – and in the poorest slums of Beirut – fighting to survive. Performed with incredible veracity by a largely non-professional (and very young) cast and brilliantly staged and shot, it’s a rough, vigorous, angry film investigating the profound experience of childhood poverty and neglect.
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at Oscars, BAFTAs and Golden Globes
Winner of Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize and Nominated for Palme d'Or
We're pleased to offer a special recorded Q&A with writer-director Nadine Labaki (hosted by Francine Stock) which will be shown after the 8pm screening. This Q&A was specially recorded to be added to select theatrical screenings of CAPERNAUM and features great insight into the making of the film and back story about the cast and where they are now. The recorded Q&A runs at 13mins long and will be played following the 8pm feature.
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