posted October 4, 2016 in category Living in Wroclaw
Cinema lovers are jumping up in joy: the new edition of Polish Cinema for Beginners is about to commence. This time, the organizers have chosen the productions illustrating life of young people in Poland over the years. The Polish Youth Cycle starts 6 October in Kino Nowe Horyzonty cinema.
Polish Cinema for Beginners is a cycle of events where you can get familiar with the most interesting productions of the Polish cinema. The organizers go for the cinema classics to enable the access to the most popular movies to those who do not speak Polish. Each show starts with an interesting presentation introducing the world of each particular movie. Whether it is a historical context, political background or the director’s private life – you will learn all the fun facts relating to the movie production.
All those interested in learning more about the Polish cinema are about to witness the new edition of the movie meetings. The topic of this cycle in Polish Cinema for Beginners is youth and their life in Poland. The productions have been selected to emphasize the changes and characteristics of the successive decades. And so the Polish Youth Cycle presents: “Hunting for flies” by Andrzej Wajda (1969), “Illumination” by Krzysztof Zanussi (1973), “Floating skyscrapers” by Tomasz Wasilewski (2013), “Hardcore Disco” by Krzysztof Skonieczny (2014) and “Warsaw 44” by Krzysztof Komasa.
The movie presentations will be accompanied by the presence of some special guests. Actors, directors and other important personas connected with the world of cinema cannot miss the event. Krzysztof Zanussi and Tomasz Wasilewski, among all the others, are about to show up. The movie shows with English subtitles take place on Thursdays, and the cycle starts on 6 October. For more information, visit http://polishcinema.com.pl/seventh-season/ .