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-CANCELLED-Multilingual Movie Night
April 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
In 2020, Multilingual Movie nights are back by demand & moving to the second Thursday of the month! Celebrate the many languages spoken in Huron County with multilingual movie nights this winter. Enjoy a subtitled film in the museum theatre with a complimentary snack and hot beverage sourced locally.
Movie nights are included with regular admission to the museum, free for museum members, or free/by-donation with your Huron County Library card.
No registration required. Seating unassigned. Snacks & drinks available while they last! Snacks & mingling time at 6:45pm; movie begins at 7:00 pm.
Please note ratings, as some films are not recommended for younger audiences.
JANUARY 9: Incendies (Canadian French & Arabic. rated 13+, 131 minutes) with poutine & apple cider
From acclaimed French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, this war drama follows two siblings as they travel to the Middle East to uncover their mother’s secret past. Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2011 Academy Awards and winner of Best Motion Picture at the 2011 Genie awards for Canadian film.
FEBRUARY 13: House of Flying Daggers (Mandarin, rated 14A, 118 minutes) with egg rolls & green tea
Chosen as China’s entry for Best Foreign Language film at the 2004 Academy Awards, this hit historical film combines impressive martial arts with romance, as a Tang Dynasty officer forms a bond with a blind member of a rebel group.
MARCH 12: A Separation (Persian, rated PG, 123 minutes) with sweets & Persian tea
The First Iranian film to win the Oscar for best Foreign Language Film, and one of the most critically acclaimed international films of the 21st century, A Separation follows a middle-class Iranian couple during the dissolution of their marriage, as well as a caretaker who helps the father-in-law suffering from Alzheimer’s.
APRIL 9: Parasite (Korean, rated 14A, 132 minutes) with dumplings & tea
The recent Oscar-winner for Best Picture, this film from acclaimed director Bong Joon Ho mixes social commentary, black comedy and drama as it follows a poor Seoul family scheming their way into the employ of a wealthy couple.