Multilingual Movie Night
May 12, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every month that begins at 7:00 pm on day Second of the month, repeating until May 12, 2022
Multilingual Movie Nights are back! Celebrate the many languages spoken in Huron County with movie nights in 2022. Enjoy a subtitled film in the museum theatre with a complimentary snack and hot beverage sourced locally.
Pre-registration required because of capacity limits. No ticket purchase is required with pre-registration. Upon arrival, movie nights are included with regular admission to the museum, free for museum members, or free/by-donation with your Huron County Library card. Proof of vaccination required for visitors over 12 and active screening required. Face coverings required except when eating. If you are not feeling well, please visit another time.
Vaccine check starts at 6:30 & snacks served at 6:45. Movie to begin promptly at 7:00 pm. Snacks & drinks available while they last! Listed snacks may be subject to change based on availability at the time.
All films to be screened in their original language(s) with English subtitles. Please note ratings, as some films are not recommended for younger audiences.
Preregister via Eventbrite or call the museum at 519-524-2686.
Date: Thursday, January 13th
Language: Korean Rating: 14A Runtime: 132 minutes
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. Screened with dumplings & green tea
Date: Thursday February 10th
Winter in Wartime
Language: Dutch Rating: 14A Runtime: 103 Minutes
In this acclaimed film from the Netherlands, a young boy in occupied Holland faces danger when he saves the life of a British soldier near the end of the Second World War. Screened with hot cocoa and Dutch sweets.
Date: Thursday March 10th,
Language: Hindi Rating: PG Runtime: 143 minutes
A Bollywood entertainer complete with songs: a father guides his son through a crisis by remembering the friendships and misadventures of his days as an engineering student. Screened with samosas & masala chai.
Date: Thursday April 14th
Language: Arabic Rating: estimated 14A Runtime: 86 minutes
This Belgian/French film looks at the devastation of the Syrian conflict through the experience of one mother’s attempts to provide shelter from the horrors of war within her Damascus apartment. Screened with dawood pasha & tea
Date: Thursday May 12th
Language: French & Anishinabemowin Rating: PG Runtime: 81 minutes
Shot on location at Kitigan Zibi. A community is divided by on-reserve alcohol sales and the best paths to self-governance in this recent Quebecois film. Screened with maple sweets & herbal tea.