Graduation at Small World Cinema Club, Foundation Coffee House

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Screening: Graduation at Small World Cinema Club at Foundation Coffee House, Manchester 5 March 2019 Tickets from £3 — Book now

Small World Cinema Club specialises in intimate, relaxed screenings of hand-picked gems from around the globe. March brings Romanian Palme d’Or winning director Christian Mungiu’s 2016 drama, Graduation. A key player in the Romanian New Wave which swept through the film world in the mid-’00s, Mungiu’s work here is a typically knotty take on darkness and corruption which saw the director pick up Best Director at Cannes.

As always, March’s screening will take place in Manchester’s Northern Quarter at Foundation Coffee House. There are only thirty or so seats, so don’t hang around, but organisers reckon the small scale helps to make things more social.

Screening: Graduation at Small World Cinema Club at Foundation Coffee House, Manchester 5 March 2019 Tickets from £3 Book now

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