Thursday, 17. April 2014
21. 11. 12. - 17:00
Haydn cinema this week (22 November – 28 November)
The following films are on at the English language Haydn Cinema on the Mariahilferstrasse between 22 November – 28 November.
THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 2: The volturi aim to find and kill Bella’s child, however not all vampires share their beliefs.
HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: A getaway for monsters is invaded by an unsuspecting teenage boy, leading to all sorts of problems for the hotel’s habitats.
SKYFALL: Agent 007 is back, this time in order to protect M16, who are faced with a resurfacing threat from their past.
PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER: Fifteen-year-old Charlie is in a difficult situation as he begins his first year of high school. However, two seniors, Sam and Patrick, decide to help guide him through the difficulties of a teen’s life.
CLOUD ATLAS: The past, the present, and the future are all connected. The lives of six individuals are intertwined, as they shape each other’s destinies.
ARGO: A daring hostage extraction operation in Iran is disguised as a film project.
DEADFALL: Two siblings are on the run after a failed casino heist, while an ex-boxer meets his family for thanksgiving.
MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED: The four companions find themselves in Europe, as they try to go back to Big Apple. Joining a traveling circus, they begin a new adventure.
All films are digital.
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 16:00 18:15 20:30
Hotel Transylvania 3D 16:00
Skyfall 17:40 20:20
Perks of Being a Wallflower 16:00 18:00
Cloud Atlas 15:45 20:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 15:00 18:15 20:20 22:40
Skyfall 15:20 18:20 21:00
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted 3D 15:00
Hotel Transylvania 3D 16:40
Cloud Atlas 15:00 20:30
Deadfall 17:10 21:00 22:45
Perks of Being a Wallflower 19:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 14:00 16:10 18:20 20:30
Skyfall 15:00 17:40 20:20
Perks of Being a Wallflower 16:10 18:00
Cloud Atlas 14:00 20:00
Deadfall 14:20 17:00 21:00
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 15:40 18:00 20:30
Skyfall 17:50 20:15
Cloud Atlas 15:00 20:00
Argo 15:30 17:45
Perks of Being a Wallflower 15:00 18:45
Deadfall 17:00 20:45
Austria Accused Of Ignoring Giant Nazi Swastika
A huge swastika that has scarred the walls of an Austrian castle for the past 80 years is still on view despite breaching strict postwar rules banning all Nazi symbols.
Jetflyers Take The Jet Ski Onto The Road
An Austrian company is making waves after they came up with the idea of taking a jet ski – and fitting it with wheels.
Nuns invite young women to get a taste of Abbey life
In a bid to revive their Austrian abbey that doubles up as a health resort, a group of nuns are inviting young women to come and stay with them to get a taste of nun life.
Austrian women earning over fifth less than men
Austrian women are earning on average 23.4 percent less than men in the country, according to Statistik Austria.
Exploring photography and art through 1960s cult film Blow-Up
Vienna's Albertina is putting on an photography exhibition featuring stills from the cult sixties photography film Blow-Up by Michelangelo Antonioni.
Turtle flies from Vienna to India to try his luck with the ladies
An endangered turtle from Schoenbrunn Zoo is taking a trip across the world to try his luck out with two female turtles in India.
What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (17 April - 23 April)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 10 April and 16 April:
Two teenage girls go missing as they fly from Austria to fight in Syria
Two teenager girls who say they have left Austria to fight in Syria have trigged an international search operation from the Austrian police. The two - a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old - left identical letters behind telling their families goodbye and that "we will meet in in Paradise". The letters told of their plans to go to Syria to "fight for Islam". The parents of the girls reported that their children had gone missing last week and since then the police tracked them to Turkish city of Adana, where they had flown to from Austria - after that the police lost track of the girls. Adana is 75 miles northwest of Aleppo, a city that became a major battleground during the civil war taking place in Syria. Police spokesman Thomas Keiblinger say that the police are taking the farewell letters "very seriously" and are now conducting an international search for two teenage girls who left farewell letters announcing plans to "fight for Islam" in Syria. Both girls come from families who immigrated from Bosnia but have not been fully identified by Austrian police.
Ricky Martin to perform at Life Ball 2014
In a celebrating of joys of life, sensuousness and a tribute to handsomeness, the Life Ball 2014 has announced that the Latino star Ricky Martin, chosen many times over as Sexiest Man Alive, will perform at the event.
Pony And Trapped After Too Much Fresh Grass
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