By Ryan Keating-Lambert

Jim Jarmusch is a director that’s managed to survive Hollywood without ever succumbing to the temptation of going full on mainstream. His movies teem with mood, wicked style, incredible wit, and brilliant actors including Johnny Depp, Tilda Swinton, Forest Whitaker, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett and a host of others. The real magic of Jarmusch is his ability to tell us tales of travel and transition. Films like Dead Man and Coffee and Cigarettes also remind us that dialogue is key, and that Iggy Pop can act.

His latest concoction is Paterson, which tells the story of a bus driver and poet named Paterson (Adam Driver)… in Paterson, New Jersey.

Related: Paterson review

To celebrate the Jarmuschness of Jim, Prague’s Kino Aero is showing a number of his films in late December. Check out the programme below:

Wednesday, December 28, 2016
18:00 Permanent Vacation
20:30 Mystery Train

Thursday, December 29, 2016
18:00 Stranger than Paradise
20:30 Dead Man

Friday, December 30, 2016
18:00 Coffee and Cigarettes
20:30 Down by Law

Saturday, December 31, 2016
17:30 Night on Earth
20:30 Paterson

All films will be in English with Czech subtitles.

For tickets and more information, check out the Kino Aero website here.

Photo: Images7

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