Which films are new in cinemas from today

The titles below can be viewed in cinemas from today. You can of course use our cinema agenda for times and reservations.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (2022)

Direction: David Yates | cast: Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Ezra Miller, Dan FoglerProfessor Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) knows that the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) wants to take control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him on his own, he enlists the help of magic zoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne). Together with a team of wizards, witches and a brave Muggle baker, he embarks on a perilous mission where they encounter old and new mythical creatures and face Grindelwald’s growing army of followers. But how long can Dumbledore keep his distance when the stakes are so high?

Read the review of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore written by Arjan Welles –

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The Reason I Jump (2020)

Direction: Jerry Rothwell | cast: Donna Budway, Emma Budway, Jeremy Dear, Joss Dear

In 2007, the then 13-year-old Naoki Higashida from Japan wrote the bestseller The Reason I Jump with which he gave an insight into his experience as a non-speaking child with autism. With the documentary of the same name, award-winning filmmaker Jerry Rothwell uses the power of cinema to depict these intense sensory worlds. It resulted in intimate portraits of five remarkable non-speaking autistic young people from various parts of the world.

Read the review of The Reason I Jump written by Aram Isaac –

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One Second (2020)

Direction: Yimou Zhang | cast: Yi Zhang, Haocun Liu, Wei Fan, Yan Li

During the Chinese Cultural Revolution, a prisoner escapes from his labor camp to watch a certain newsreel, but it is the one film reel that an orphaned girl has stolen. Meanwhile, a village full of sorrow awaits the start of the film screening.

Read the review of One Second written by Kaj van Zoelen –

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Easter Bunny Academy (2022)

Direction: Ute von Munchow-Pohl | cast: Senta Berger, Friedrich von Thun, Katharina Strasser, Jule Bowes

In a secret place, deep in the forest, the young hare Max receives special training at the Easter Bunny Academy. After all, Easter is just around the corner and then all children should get their Easter eggs. When the magical golden egg suddenly turns black, Max has to do everything he can to save the big party. Watch the trailer of Easter Bunny Academy

A Chiara (2021)

Direction: Jonas Carpignano | cast: Claudio Rotolo, Grecia Rotolo, Carmela Fumo, Swamy Rotolo

Family and friends of Claudio and Carmela gather to celebrate the eighteenth birthday of their eldest daughter Giulia. There is a healthy rivalry on the dance floor between the birthday boy and her fifteen-year-old sister Chiara. At the merry party, the close-knit family is in a great mood. But everything changes the next day when Claudio’s car blows up and he disappears. The family is silent, but Chiara wants to know what happened at all costs. When she begins to unravel secrets about her father’s ties to the mafia, she is forced to decide what kind of future she wants for herself.

Read the review of A Chiara written by Aram Isaac –

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The Wannsee Conference (2022)

Direction: Matti Geschonneck | cast: Philipp Hochmair, Johannes Allmayer, Maximilian Bruckner, Ferran Fernandez

In the morning of January 20, 1942, a conference with leading members of the Nazi regime takes place on the banks of the Wannsee in Berlin. Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich there discusses how to organize the systematic mass murder of millions of Jews. “Die Wannsee Konferenz” is a historical drama according to the minutes and authentic sources about a disconcerting meeting that initiated the implementation of the Holocaust…

Read the review of The Wannsee Conference written by Ruud Vos –

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hatching (2022)

Direction: Hanna Bergholm | cast: Siiri Solalinna, Sophia Heikkilä, Jani Volanen, Reino Nordin

Twelve-year-old Tinja is a gymnast and desperately tries to please her demanding mother. Her mother has a popular blog where she obsessively shows the world how perfect her family is. When Tinja discovers a strange egg, she decides to take it with her and keep it warm. But then the egg hatches and a shocking discovery follows… Hatching is a surprising, psychological coming of age horror film by the debuting Finnish director Hanna Bergholm.

Read the review of hatching written by Jacoline Maes –

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Three Minutes: A Lengthening (2021)

Direction: Bianca Stigter | cast: Helena Bonham Carter

‘Three Minutes – A Lengthening’ examines an amateur film from 1938 about the Jewish inhabitants of a small town in Poland and postpones its end. An essay on film, history and memory. Watch the trailer of Three Minutes: A Lengthening

Where is Anne Frank (2021)

Direction: Ari Folman | cast: Ruby Stokes, Emily Carey, Michael Maloney, Sebastian Croft

In the animation film Where is Anne Frank, Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman (Waltz with Bashir) shows how Anne Frank lives on in Amsterdam and wonders if we have learned anything from her. Past and present come alive in impressive animation. Kitty, Anne Frank’s imaginary friend to whom she wrote her diary letters, has mysteriously come to life in the Secret Annex. Kitty wonders where Anne is, takes the diary and goes to investigate. Stunned, Kitty discovers that Anne is everywhere and nowhere. In this Europe wrestling with new challenges, Kitty finds a way to redefine Anne’s message. Watch the trailer of Where is Anne Frank

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