“I don’t think of myself as difficult. We’re expected to do stuff that’s awesome. That means we’re going to have to push each other.” To celebrate maverick director David Fincher’s return to the big screen with The Killer, KINO is bringing back his entire filmography (except Mank due to expired theatrical rights) for cinematic (re-)appreciation. From his troubled but promising Alien sequel to his dark and twisted serial killer thrillers – three and counting – the master of the feel-bad movie might have the strongest catalogue of any modern director and his meticulous MO and visual flair makes his oeuvre rewatchable perfection. Starting October 19th.
KINO presents | Out of Control: The Rise of A.I.
This November, KINO will show a series of essential films about the dangers of artificial intelligence as it’s not too late yet to learn from these crazy and terrifying stories.
Take Me… To 1993
KINO is fondly looking back at a simpler time with ten nostalgia-inducing movies from 1993 that are long overdue for a return to the big screen.
Waterloo is a must-see war epic true(er) to historical record with absolute awe-inspiring vistas and a formidable cast lead by Rod Steiger as the (allegedly) vertically challenged military mastermind.