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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Weekend watching: Wallace and Gromit at Museum of Islamic Art



Doha Film Institute’s UK Cinema Showcase, a part of the Qatar UK 2013 exchange program, continues this weekend with two “Wallace and Gromit” showings.

The classic stop motion comedy series, created by English filmmaker Nick Park, focus on Wallace, a bumbling inventor and cheese lover, and Gromit, his brilliant canine companion. The films are typically quite a lot of fun for the whole family.

Screenings this weekend are Friday (May 31) and Saturday (June 1), 4pm at the Museum of Islamic Art Auditorium, at a cost of QR35 per person. Each showing will include three 30-minute Wallace and Gromit shorts.

Earlier features of the DFI UK Cinema Showcase include Ken Loach’s 1969 feature “Kes” and the Palme d’Or-winning “Secrets and Lies”, while the space monsters film “Attack the Block” screened just yesterday.

Next on the lineup: “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”, coming June 27.

Who’s been, who’s going?

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