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Forum Groningen offers a wide variety of international friendly films.
Friday night is Expat Cinema night! Finally, a chance for internationals to see Japanese dramas, French romance movies or Danish thrillers on the big screen.
Check our upcoming films and dates below. Session times will be announced every Monday night, four days before that week's Expat Cinema. That's also when you'll be able to buy tickets. Keep an eye out on this page or our Facebook event for updates!
When Emma's father announces that he wants to be a woman, his youngest daughter is devastated. Soon after, Thomas transitions into Agnete: a woman in flamboyant dresses who suddenly no longer seems to care about football. Who is this new dad, and can Emma even call Agnete that? Emma will have to deal with these big changes to her 'perfectly normal family' and re-negotiate the close relationship she's always had with her father.
Samia (Nisrin Erradi), pregnant and unmarried, is knocking on doors in Casablanca in search of a roof over her head. When she comes to Abla's house (Lubna Azabal, Incendies), Abla initially refuses to let her in. But as a widow and a single mother to eight-year-old Warda, Abla knows how hard life in Morocco can be. Eventually she gives in and offers the young woman a place to stay. The two women learn to rely on each other as Samia starts working in Abla's bakery.
Tickets on sale from Monday July 20.
Fabulously hyper-romantic and mystical Japanese animated film with strong summer vibes about a young student who falls in love with a fire fighter, only to have to let him go again when he suddenly dies. This film deals with the sublime feeling of intensely loving someone and saying goodbye to them in a wonderful, unexpected way.
Tickets on sale from Monday July 27.