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Hypnos Theater, Norra Grängesbergsgatan 15. Please arrive early. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime. It is not possible to gain entrance after doors are closed.

If you want to volunteer, just message us on facebook (or email owen at owen@filmimalmo.se), and let us know which screening you are interested in coming to – then we’ll ask you to show up 30 minutes before the doors open, and we’ll train you smoothly into your first – guided, supervised, and sweet – volunteering experience with the actual audience.

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Sunday | July 14 | 19:00


CrimeDrama – Romance

Francis Ford Coppola

US, 1983, 94′, English

“In this deeply personal tale of estrangement and reconciliation between two rebellious brothers, set in a dreamlike and timeless Tulsa, Francis Ford Coppola gives mythic dimensions to intimate, painful emotions. The director’s “art film for teenagers” was his second adaptation of young-adult novelist S. E. Hinton’s work in a single year, after the more classically styled The Outsiders. Graced with a remarkable cast headed by Matt Dillon, Mickey Rourke, and Diane Lane; haunting black-and-white visuals that hark back to German expressionism and forward to Coppola’s own Tetro; and a powerful percussive score by Stewart Copeland that underlines the movie’s romantic fatalism, Rumble Fish pulsates throughout with genuine love and dread.”

– The Criterion Collection

Tuesday | July 16 | 19:30


Crime – Drama – Mystery

David Lynch

US, 1986, 120′, English with English subtitles

Home from college, Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) makes an unsettling discovery: a severed human ear, lying in a field. In the mystery that follows, by turns terrifying and darkly funny, writer-director David Lynch burrows deep beneath the picturesque surfaces of small-town life. Driven to investigate, Jeffrey finds himself drawing closer to his fellow amateur sleuth, Sandy Williams (Laura Dern), as well as their person of interest, lounge singer Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini)—and facing the fury of Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper), a psychopath who will stop at nothing to keep Dorothy in his grasp. With intense performances and hauntingly powerful scenes and images, Blue Velvet is an unforgettable vision of innocence lost, and one of the most influential American films of the late twentieth century.

– The Criterion Collection

Wednesday | July 17 | 19:30



Tom Holland

US, 1985, 106′, English

Charley Brewster, 17 year old horror-movie buff, is convinced there is something fishy about the two men who’s just moved in next door. Namely that they are vampire and vampire’s day guardian. But nobody believes him. Desperate for help in fighting the evil, Charley turns to his idol, washed up actor turned Late night TV horror presenter Peter Vincent.

Second highest grossing horror movie of 1985, Fright Night has gone on to become a cult favorite, with its mix of scares and humor, plus awesome special effects.

“Fright Night is not a distinguished movie, but it has a lot of fun being undistinguished.”
Roger Ebert

“A pitch-perfect blend of horror, comedy and heart. It’s the ultimate ’80s vampire film.”
Trace Thurman, Horror Queers Podcast

“Fright Night dances on a tightwire between satire and terror, glittered by special effects and a with-it nonchalance.”
Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune

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