Easter brunch & film on Easter Sunday

Indulge in a delightful Easter Sunday brunch in our restaurant, followed by a carefully chosen film gem. Limited spots are available – secure your spot now!

Time & Tickets

Brunch
11:00am to 12:00pm — Arrival
01:30pm — End of brunch

Film
Starts at 01:30pm, 01:45pm, or 02:00pm; check the film schedule for showtimes.

Prices
Regular: €43 per person
Kids 4 to 12 years: €20 per person
Kids under 4 years: €5 per person

Includes access to the brunch buffet, movie ticket, 1 cup of coffee/tea, 1 glass of juice. Further beverages are at your own expense.

How to purchase

  1. Choose a film and select your seats in the auditorium.
  2. Buy tickets for your entire group.
  3. If there are allergies, if you are vegan, or if there are any other important details to communicate, please fill out this form.

Note: a maximum group size of 8 persons applies.

For any questions or comments, send an email to events@lumiere.nl.

Programme

Mary Poppins 2

Mary Poppins (60th Anniversary)

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Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke return to the big screen after sixty years in this re-release of one of the most popular musical films of all time: Mary Poppins.

Please note: we're screening the Dutch spoken version

The British banker Banks family wears out nanny after nanny. The cheeky children decide to take matters into their own hands by drafting their own advertisement for a new governess. Their demands are clear: the new nanny must bring sweets and absolutely must not have a wart on her nose. Miraculously, the ad ends up with Mary Poppins, who arrives at the Banks family floating in on an umbrella. Strict but fair, she turns every task into a game and – together with a touch of magic and chimney sweeper Bert – ensures that the Banks family starts to see the world through fresh eyes.

MARY POPPINS was nominated for thirteen Academy Awards in 1965 and won five of them, including the one for Best Actress (Julie Andrews).

Robert Stevenson, USA, 1964, 139 min. Dutch spoken, without subtitles. With Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley..

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C'è ancora domani

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Stylish drama about a housewife trying to break free from her husband’s tyranny in 1946 Rome. Was a huge hit in Italian cinemas and sparked a national debate about the culture of machismo in Italy.

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Please note that this film is in Italian, with Dutch subtitles.

Delia and Ivano live in Rome with their children and Ivano’s ailing father. The caring Delia resigns herself to her traditional role of wife and mother who has to make ends meet. Ivano, the pater familias, misses no opportunity to point out to Delia that he takes care of the income and mistreats his wife. He only shows respect for his manipulative father. One bright spot in Delia’s life is her daughter Marcella’s engagement to a middle-class boy. Delia sees this as a chance for Marcella to escape the same fate and have a better life. But everything changes when Delia receives a mysterious letter.

C’È ANCORA DOMANI is the feature debut of Italian actress and (screen)writer Paola Cortellesi, who also plays the lead role of Delia herself. The film is made in the neorealist style of Italian film classics such as ROMA, CITTÀ APERTA (1945) and LADRI DI BICICLETTE (1948). The film was released in Italy at a time when the country was in the throes of the murder of 22-year-old Giulia Cecchettin, a student killed by her ex-boyfriend. Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets in Italy to demonstrate against femicide. (mv)

Paola Cortellesi, Italy, 2023, 118 min. Italian spoken, Dutch subtitles. With Paola Cortellesi, Valerio Mastandrea, Vinicio Marchioni, Giorgio Colangeli.

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C'è ancora domani (There's Still Tomorrow) - English subtitled

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Stylish drama about a housewife trying to break free from her husband’s tyranny in 1946 Rome. Was a huge hit in Italian cinemas and sparked a national debate about the culture of machismo in Italy.

Delia and Ivano live in Rome with their children and Ivano’s ailing father. The caring Delia resigns herself to her traditional role of wife and mother who has to make ends meet. Ivano, the pater familias, misses no opportunity to point out to Delia that he takes care of the income and mistreats his wife. He only shows respect for his manipulative father. One bright spot in Delia’s life is her daughter Marcella’s engagement to a middle-class boy. Delia sees this as a chance for Marcella to escape the same fate and have a better life. But everything changes when Delia receives a mysterious letter.

C’È ANCORA DOMANI is the feature debut of Italian actress and (screen)writer Paola Cortellesi, who also plays the lead role of Delia herself. The film is made in the neorealist style of Italian film classics such as ROMA, CITTÀ APERTA (1945) and LADRI DI BICICLETTE (1948). The film was released in Italy at a time when the country was in the throes of the murder of 22-year-old Giulia Cecchettin, a student killed by her ex-boyfriend. Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets in Italy to demonstrate against femicide. (mv)

Paola Cortellesi, Italy, 2023, 118 min. Italian spoken, English subtitles. With Valerio Mastandrea, Vinicio Marchioni, Giorgio Colangeli.

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Housekeeping For Beginners

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Energetic Macedonian family drama about a woman who never wanted to be a mother, but is forced by circumstances to raise her friend’s two daughters. Winner of the Queer Lion at the Venice Film Festival. nd Vanesa. In this heartwarming drama, an unlikely family faces a battle of wills to stay together.

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Please note that this film is in Macedonian, Romani and Albanian, with Dutch subtitles

After the death of her friend Suada, Dita has reluctantly taken charge of Suada’s daughters: rebellious teenager Vanesa and little rascal Mia. She gets help from her good friend Toni and his partner. Together, they form an unusual family that faces a hard struggle to be accepted in society.

In this family drama, director Goran Stolevski takes the viewer into a multicultural and vibrant lgbtqia+ community. The film was made in a hyper-realistic style, with no rehearsals and plenty of room for improvisation. Hand-held camerawork, natural lighting and authentic locations were used for the shoot. The film received excellent reviews at the Venice Film Festival and was submitted by North Macedonia for the Oscars.

Goran Stolevski, Republic of Macedonia, Poland, Sweden, 2024, 107 min. Macedonisch, Romani & Albanian spoken, Dutch subtitles.

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