Matterden Centre for Films And Creations {CFC}, aka Deepak Cinema, is an iconic landmark and institution in South-Central Mumbai known for screening independent art house movies. A dedicated and refurbished place for promoting culture – Matterden has been screening really good films, from all-time classics like The Godfather and The Graduate to off-beat and brilliant films like Persopolis and Before Sunrise.

Anyone who is looking forward to watching independent or old classics in a cinema hall – we’ve rounded up four films that’ll be screened at Matterden CFC this month.

Some Like It Hot

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Who thought in 2016 you could walk into a cinema and actually watch Marilyn Monroe on the screens? Directed by Billy Wilders, this 1959 classic stars Hollywood’s evergreen golden girl, Marilyn Monsroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. This comedy film sees two male musicians ho find themselves a witness to a mob hit and to escape unharmed – they enter an all-female band disguised as women. Of course then on hilarity and confusion sets in.

When: 11 November to 17 November

Price: INR 250 upwards

To buy the tickets, go here.

Lost In Translation

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We must confess, this is one of our favourites and we are booking tickets right away. Directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson – this one is a gem we suggest you do not miss {if you haven’t already seen it multiple times}. The story is set in Tokyo when a once popular, jaded movie star and a neglected young woman form an unlikely bond. Perhaps one of Coppola and Johansson’s finest work.

When: 18 November to 24 November

Price: INR 250 upwards

To buy the tickets, go here.

Mulholland Drive

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That’s right, go experience 2001 with David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive starring Naomi Watts and Laura Harring. The story of a car wreck, two women lost in the twisting world of Los Angles.

When: 5 November to November 10

Price: INR 250 upwards

To buy the tickets, go here.

The Godfather Part III

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A highly debatable one – as some may regard it as the worst of the trilogy {what’s your take?} the third installment will be the last movie for November to be screened at Matterden. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola – the Part III deals with Michael Corleone’s {Al Pacino} business dealings in New York and Italy in 1979, with his nephew who wants in at his criminal empire as Corleone takes him under his wing.

When: 25 November to 1 December.

Price: INR 250 upwards

To buy the tickets, go here.

Featured photo source: Mulholland Drive