Museum Films is partnering with Film Movement to help you get a head start on awards season with the International Oscar Entry virtual film series! Each Friday in January, OKCMOA’s virtual cinema will premiere a new official submission for the 2021 Best International Feature Oscar.
Discounted all-access passes are available now! Watch all four films (Blizzard of Souls, My Little Sister, You Will Die at Twenty and True Mothers) in Film Movement’s International Oscar Entry virtual series for the price of three. Click here for information about purchasing an all-access pass.
Beginning January 15, we’re pleased to share Switzerland’s official submission for the 2021 Best International Feature Oscar, Berlin Film Festival highlight My Little Sister, a moving drama about the adult sibling bond featuring an electrifying lead performance from acclaimed German actress Nina Hoss.
One $10 ticket is good for a 3-day pass to see My Little Sister. 50% of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available January 15. Click here to purchase a pass.
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“Dramas exploring adult brother-sister relationships are rare in cinema. And when told well, they resonate in powerful ways. Such is the case with Lisa and Sven in Swiss Academy Awards submission My Little Sister, a graceful tale of a playwright (superbly played by Nina Hoss; The Audition, Phoenix) and her twin brother, a Berlin-based stage actor (Lars Eidinger). Lisa has abandoned writing while living with her husband (Jens Albinus) and children in a small Swiss city. Bored by the way her cloistered existence revolves around the international school her husband heads, Lisa re-evaluates her life. When Sven develops leukemia, the pair bond even more profoundly over their shared passion for theater. Writer-directors Stephanie Chuat and Veronique Reymond, both working actors, draw a compelling, raw and honest performance from Hoss which will stay with the viewer well after the credits roll. ” -AFI Fest
Directors Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond | 2020 | In English and German and French with English Subtitles | 99 minutes | NR