UNLIMITED NIGHT: Atomic Blonde! @Pathe

UNLIMITED NIGHT: Atomic Blonde! @Pathe

Special Event @Pathe, 31 July 2017, 21.00. A special night by Pathe, full of action. Atomic Blonde visits Amsterdam early at Pathe movie theaters. If you want to have an interesting, full of action evening, check out the Pathe program: UNLIMITED NIGHT.  Atomic Blonde is waiting for you!   

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Bosnian LGBT Short Film Selection @Uitkijk

Bosnian LGBT Short Film Selection @Uitkijk

Special Event @Uitkijk, 31 July 2017, 21.00. Would you like to watch some movies in the Pride week of Amsterdam? Uitkijk movie theatre hosts Bosnian LGBT movies tomorrow evening. Filmtheater de Uitkijk, Young Urban Achievers and KRITERION Sarajevo organize a special film night on July 31st. The event will host short films from Bosnia & Herzegovina, showing different aspects of the LGBT scenery. There will be also a Q&A session with Vanja Lazić (Kriterion Sarajevo) and Danilo Jovanovic (involved with…

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Xavier Dolan Marathon @Kriterion

Xavier Dolan Marathon @Kriterion

Screening series @Kriterion, 30 July –  3 August 2017. XAVIER DOLAN MARATHON: Sunday 30 july | 21:30 | J’ai Tue Ma Mere Tuesday 1 August | 19:30 | Les Amours Imaginaires Thursday 3 August | 19:30 | Laurence Anyways For more information: Kriterion event page | Reservation: 020 623 17 08

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Rebel Cinema + Queest night: Pride (2014) @NieuwLand

Rebel Cinema + Queest night: Pride (2014) @NieuwLand

Screening @NieuwLand, 28 July 2017, 21.30.   PRIDE is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike, prompting a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money to support the strikers’ families. Initially rebuffed by the Union, the group identifies a tiny mining village in Wales and sets off to make their donation in person. As…

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Outdoor Cinema: Soul Power

Outdoor Cinema: Soul Power

Screening @Cavia, 29 July 2017, 20.00.  Entrance: donation. Kinshasa, Zaïre, summer 1974. During three unequalled nights, several African-American artists, James Brown, Bill Withers, the Crusaders and more, played for an ecstatic Congolese crowd of 80.000. They shared the stage with their African counterparts; with Miriam Makeba, Manu Dibango and OK Jazz, performing side by side with the Americans. This was Zaïre ’74; the first large music festival in Africa, to coincide with the famous Rumble…

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