Celebrate the many languages spoken in Huron County with multilingual movie nights this fall! Enjoy a subtitled international film in the museum theatre with a snack and hot beverage made 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! Snack & mingling time at 6:45pm; movie begins at 7:00.
Julieta with churros & hot chocolate
Language: Spanish; Rating: 18A*; 99 minutes
Directed by Pedro Almodóvar and based on short stories by Huron County’s Alice Munro.
*Attendees at this screening must be 18 years of age or older
Photograph with samosas and masala chai
Language: Hindi; Unrated; 110 minutes
This romantic drama about a Mumbai photographer who asks a stranger to pose as his fiancé comes from Ritesh Batra, celebrated director of The Lunchbox.
Rashomon with sushi & green tea
Language: Japanese; Rating: Adult Accompaniment; 83 Minutes
This classic of world cinema, telling the same story via multiple perspectives, has influenced generations of filmmakers.
Wadjda with baba ganoush & Arabic tea
Language: Arabic; Rating: General Audiences ; 98 minutes
Saudi Arabia’s first-ever feature film, this crowd-pleaser tells the story of a 10-year-old’s schemes to buy herself a coveted green bicycle.