Elvire Popescu Cinema will host the CinePOLSKA Polish film festival during November 17-26, an event organized by the Polish Institute in Bucharest and the Association of the Filmmakers in Poland, in partnership with France’s Embassy to Romania and the French Institute in Bucharest.
The festival will comprise the latest Polish films, awarded in Poland and worldwide.
The films will be screened on November 17-19 and on November 24-26 at Elvire Popesco Cinema (77 Dacia Boulevard). The movies have Romanian subtitle and start at 8 p.m.
A ticket costs RON 15, and a pass of three tickets-RON 30, while discounted tickets will be RON 10. Tickets are available at Elvire Popescu cinema’s booking office, as well as at Eventbook, Kyralina and Humanitas bookstores, and also online at www.elvirepopesco.ro.
“The Art of Loving. Story of Michalina Wislocka” by Maria Sadowska will be screened on November 17, at 8 p.m. The film tells the story of sexologist Michalina Wislocka who fights for the right to publish her book.
“Spoor” directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik is due on November 18, at 8 p.m. A retired woman gets mixed up in a mystery when avid hunters in her mountain village begin turning up dead, and there are deer tracks next to their bodies.
“The Last Family” directed by Jan P. Matuszyński can be seen on November 14, 2017 19, at 8 p.m. Painter Zdzislaw Beksinski develops an odd relationship with his son Tomasz.
“Planeta singli” by Mitja Okorn is due on November 24, at 8 p.m. A talk-show host looking for a hit and a shy teacher looking for Mr. Right create a TV hit. They seem destined for love until the teacher finds Mr. Right online.
November 25 is booked for “Marie Curie. The Courage of Knowledge” directed by Marie Nöelle, featuring renowned physicist and chemist Marie Curie who struggles for recognition in the male-dominated science community in early 20th-century France.
“Afterimage”is a 2016 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda, which will be screened on November 26.
More information are available here.