Feature Films

In Association with The Tricycle Cinema

Saturday May 14th 2011, 4pm

The Band’s Visit

(Dir: Eran Kolirin, 2007/Israel/France/USA/89 mins/ Arabic   and Hebrew with English subtitles)


A band composed of members of the Egyptian police force heads to Israel to play at the   inaugural ceremony of an Arab arts center, only to find themselves lost in the wrong town. Featuring  Sasson Gabai as Tawfiq, the traditional band leader, and Ronit Alkabez’s as the lonely Jewish restauranteur the band interact with, the film is both comic and poignant in equal measure.

Sunday May 15th 2011, 3pm

Santuri 

(Dir: Dariush Mehrjui, 2008/Iran/106mins/Persian with English subtitles)



In his latest film, award-winning director Dariush Merhjui explores a musical theme. Ali is a talented musician who is forced to choose between his traditional family, who disapprove of his music, and his instrument. He pursues a successful career in music and marries Hanieh, but eventually his drug addiction rips all of his relationships apart. With stellar performances from both Bahram Radan (Ali) and Golshifteh Farahani (Hanieh), the film challenges many of the current taboos in contemporary Iranian society.  While the film was banned in Iran the soundtrack, combining traditional santur with pop music, was a huge success.

Tickets: £8.50/£7.50
Box office: 020 7328 1000 / Film Info line: 020 7328 1900

Venue:

The Tricycle Cinema

269 Kilburn High Road,

London NW6 7JR

Nearest Tube: Kilburn

http://www.tricycle.co.uk/

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