Bahrain Spring of Culture 2020: Film screenings you can enjoy this year

From film premieres to family favourites, there’s plenty to see

Bahrain Spring of Culture 2020: Film screenings you can enjoy this year

Everybody loves going to the cinema, but it isn’t exactly the cheapest hobby.

But film buffs should get excited – because the Spring of Culture 2020 is here to save the day.

The 12-week long festival will see more than a dozen films shown, and every screening is completely free.

Screenings include the premiere of the ominous-sounding You Will Die at Twenty, a Sudanese film about a boy growing up under the shadow of a holy man’s prediction, and family-favourite Alice in Wonderland.

The full line up:
Wednesday February 26, 6pm – Weldi (Bahrain National Museum)
Thursday February 27, 7pm – The Time That Remains (Pearling Path Visitors Centre)
Saturday February 29, 6pm – You Will Die at Twenty (Bahrain National Museum)
Wednesday March 4, 6pm – Railway Men (Bahrain National Museum)
Thursday March 5, 7pm – Alice in Wonderland (Qal’at al Bahrain Site Museum)
Sunday March 8, 6pm – Princess Artete (Bahrain National Museum)
Wednesday March 11, 6pm – Time of EVE (Bahrain National Museum)
Saturday March 14, 6pm – Lune Noire (Bahrain National Museum)
Thursday March 19, 7pm – Lagaan, Once Upon a Time in India (Pearling Path Visitors Centre)
Saturday March 21, 6.30pm – Artist documentary: Erase and Forget by Andrea Luka Zimmerman (Bahrain National Museum)
Saturday March 28, 6.30pm – Artist documentary: The Two Sights by Joshua Bonnetta (Bahrain National Museum)
Wednesday April 1, 7pm – Documentary: Food is Culture 5 (Bahrain National Museum)
Thursday April 9, 7pm – The Bicycle Thief (Pearling Path Visitors Centre)
Thursday April 16, 7pm – Lady Fayrouz (Qal’at al Bahrain Site Museum)

Seats are limited, so you should make sure you head down early.

Looking for more ways to have fun without spending a dinar? Don’t forget to check out our guide to all the free things to do in Bahrain.

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