Cinema Sundays opens 22nd season

Critic's Choice : Film

September 16, 2001|By Chris Kaltenbach

Cinema Sundays, a weekly opportunity for Baltimore's cinephiles to share coffee, bagels and opinions about coming movies, opens its 22nd series Sunday with director Eric Valli's Himalaya.

Nominated for an Oscar for best foreign language film and shot in the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal, the film tells the story of rival Tibetan herdsman driving their yaks across the great mountains. It is rated PG, and is in Tibetan and German, with English subtitles. (Himalaya replaces the orignally scheduled film, Jim McKay's Our Song.)

The film begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Charles Theater; doors opens at 9:45 a.m.

Admission is $15 for individual films. Full memberships, which include admissions to all 10 films, cost $110. Five-film minimemberships are sold for $65.

Information: 410-727-3464 or

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