Nellie Bly succeeded in breaking Jules Verne’s fictional record of traveling around the world in 80 days. We invite you to travel on a cinematic journey in these six foreign films from different corners of the globe.
Saturday, October 23 at 11am
13300 Branch View Ln
Dallas. TX 75234
October 23 @ 11am until
October 31 @ 11:59pm
Two young lovers named Somayeh and Zabih, as Afghan citizens living in Iran, have decided to get married. Due to the common tradition in Afganistan, Zabih has to pay money before marriage. He faces with strange problems because of the strictness of the daughter's father and his demand for too much money. Strange things happen.
Our mother, a colleague, a sister, an uncle, a friend, a friend of a friend, a stranger, who they are doesn’t really matter. They are sharing an aggression, a hidden history of which they carry the silence, but must importantly, they have decided to live and no longer survive in the shame of their sexual assault.
Recently married couple Lucy and Christopher are coping with their grief in opposite ways after the stillbirth of their child. Christopher just wants life to continue as normal but Lucy sees evidence of the continued presence of her child everywhere. After Christopher leaves for work, Lucy’s attention is drawn to a sound emanating from the room at the end of the corridor which seems to frighten and attract her in equal measure. As she approaches the sound’s source, the corridor walls become sticky and the steady drip of water transforms into something altogether more supernatural. Lucy finds herself drawn into a birth of her own.
After many years, She gets back to her late brother in law’s house and reveals secrets for his two daughter’s.
As Adriana lies on her deathbed a young girl appears before her. Together they wander through the Dutch landscape of Zeeland while Adriana tries to make peace with her past. Although her life has been largely dominated by men, 'Sober' shows a brighter future for the next generations of women.
Bar (12), a longtime member of the boys' clique and the class's soccer team, is forced to re-earn her place in the team's lineup. While asserting her place, she realizes that a deeper issue is at stake.