2nd edition of Spring Film Festival in Poland!
27 May- 2 June 2016, Forum Cinema
Ticket: 11 zł.
16:15 An, Japan 2015, 113’
18:30 FUOCOAMMARE, Italy, 2016, 108′
20:30 ALL THREE OF US, France 2015, 102’
16:15 FUOCOAMMARE, Italy, 2016, 108′
18:15 A WAR, Denmark, 2015, 115’
20:30 CHEVALIER, Greece 2015, 99 min
18:30 A GOOD WIFE, Serbia, 90’
20:15 L’HERMINE, Francja, 2015, 98’
18:15 ALL THREE OF US, France 2015, 102’
20:15 FAIR PLAY, Czech Republic 2014, 100’
18:15 L’HERMINE, France, 2015, 98’
20:15 AN, Japan 2015, 113’
18:15 CHEVALIER, Greece 2015, 99 min
20:15 A WAR, Denmark, 2015, 115’
18:15 FAIR PLAY, Czech Republic 2014, 100’
20:15 A GOOD WIFE, Serbia, 90’
Greece 2015, 99′
dir. Athina Rachel Tsangari
In the middle of the Aegean Sea, six men on a fishing trip on a luxury yacht decide to play a game. During this game, things will be compared. Things will be measured. Songs will be butchered, and blood will be tested. Friends will become rivals and rivals will become hungry. But at the end of the journey, when the game is over, the man who wins will be the best man. And he will wear on his smallest finger the victory ring: the Chevalier.
Denmark 2015, 115′
dir. Tobias Lindholm
Company commander Claus M. Pedersen (Pilou Asbæk) and his men are stationed in an Afghan province. Meanwhile back in Denmark Claus’ wife Maria (Tuva Novotny) is trying to hold everyday life together with a husband at war and three children missing their father. During a routine mission, the soldiers are caught in heavy crossfire and in order to save his men, Claus makes a decision that has grave consequences for him – and his family back home.
France 2015, 98′
dir. Christian Vincent
Michel Racine is a feared president of Assize Court, as strict with himself as with others. Everything changes when he meets again Ditte when she’s selected as a juror in a criminal trial over which he presides.
ALL THREE OF US
France 2015, 102′
An Iranian family survives the shah and the ayatollah and moves to France. This story follows the family through it all. Despite the politics, revolution, prison, beatings, assassinations and suicides this is a comedy.
France/Italy 2016, 108′
dir. Gianfranco Rosi
Capturing life on the Italian island of Lampedusa, a frontline in the European migrant crisis.
Japan 2015, 113′
dir. Naomi Kawase
The manager of a pancake stall finds himself confronted with an odd but sympathetic elderly woman looking for work. A taste of her homemade bean jelly convinces him to hire her, which starts a relationship that is about much more than just street food.
Czech Republic 2014, 100′
dir. Andrea Sedláčková
The 1980s in Czechoslovakia. The young talented sprinter Anna (Judit Bárdos) is selected for the national team and starts training to qualify for the Olympic Games. As a part of the preparation she is placed in a secret “medical programme” where she’s getting doped with anabolic steroids. Her performance is getting better, but after she collapses at the training, she learns the truth about the drugs. Anna decides to continue in her training without the steroids even though her mother (Anna Geislerova) is worried that she won’t be able to keep up with other athletes and might not qualify for the Olympics, which she sees as the only chance for her daughter to escape from behind the Iron Curtain. After Anna finishes the last in the indoor race, her mother informs the coach (Roman Luknar) that Anna is no longer using steroids. They decide to apply the steroids to Anna secretly, pretending it’s nothing but doses of harmless vitamins.
A GOOD WIFE
Serbia 2016, 90′
dir. Mirjana Karanović
A film about a woman who discovers her husband’s war crimes and must decide how to respond.