Nominated for 6 BAFTAs and 6 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Minari is the unmissable new film from writer-director Lee Isaac Chung. Inspired by Chung’s childhood, Minari is a tender, sweeping and semi-autobiographical story about what roots us. The film follows a Korean-American family (headed by Steven Yeun and Yeri Han) who move to a tiny Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream.
However, the family home changes completely with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother (played wonderfully by the Oscar and BAFTA-nominated Youn Yuh-jung), who strikes up one of the cinema’s most memorable intergenerational relationships with adorable grandson David (BAFTA-nominated Alan Kim).
Amidst the instability and challenges of this new life in the rugged Ozarks, Minari shows the undeniable resilience of family and what really makes a home.
MAC’s reopening cinema programme has been generously supported by BFI FAN Covid-19 Resilience fund from the National Lottery, through the BFI Film Audience Fund.
Duration stated includes trailers and adverts (check individual listings for Q&A details). Please note that we do not admit latecomers after the main feature has started and we have a limited food and drink policy. You can also see more information about Relaxed Screenings here.
If you are coming to see a film or a theatre show we are currently operating table service pre show/film to comply with the current COVID regulations and avoid queueing. A number of tables are available for audiences on a first come first served basis before the show and KILN will remain open after evening events with a bar service.
If you’d like to pre-book a table at KILN for a meal or drinks, please click here (booking opens 17 May). We recommend booking in advance to guarantee a seat.