18.10.2019 - 29.10.2019 Cinema, Events Ukraine

Days of Polish Cinema in Ukraine 🗺

The Days of Polish Cinema is a project of the Polish Institute in Kyiv, which will be held for the fourteenth time this year. The program traditionally includes the most interesting works of Polish cinema of two recent years.
Kyiv
18 October – 22 October
Zhovten Cinema | Kostiantynivska st., 26 | Tickets are sold at the cinema box offices
 
Odesa
24 October – 28 October
Planeta Kino Cinema | Nebesnoi Sotni avenue, 2/1 | Tickets are sold at the cinema box offices
 
Vinnytsia
24 October – 28 October
Rodyna Cinema | M. Ovodova st., 47 | Tickets are sold at the cinema box offices
 
Kharkiv
24 October – 28 October
Planeta Kino Cinema | Akademika Pavlova st., 44-b | Tickets are sold at the cinema box offices
 
Lutsk
25 October – 29 October
Multiplex Cinema | Prezydenta Hrushevskoho avenue, 2 (Entertainment Center Promin) | Tickets are sold at the cinema box offices
 
 

The Days of Polish Cinema is a project of the Polish Institute in Kyiv, which will be held for the fourteenth time this year. The program traditionally includes the most interesting works of Polish cinema of two recent years.

In this year five full-length Polish films, which have already received awards of prestigious international film festivals and viewers’ and critics’ acclaim, will be shown in five Ukrainian cities – Kyiv, Odesa, Vinnytsia, Kharkiv, and Lutsk.

Courier / Kurier Poland | 2019 | 114′

Genre: spy thriller

Director Władysław Pasikowski

Cast: Philippe Tłokiński, Julie Engelbrecht, James Bradley, Patrycja Volny

The fate of Poland and the outcome of the World War II depended upon the mission of a single person. Pursued by all enemy spies, brought in the middle of the night from the Savoy Hotel to Żabno, he meets people who will change his life forever.

7 Feelings / 7 uczuć Poland | 2018 | 118′

Genre: psychological comedy

Director Marek Koterski

Cast: Michał Koterski, Maja Ostaszewska, Adam Woronowicz, Marcin Dorocinski, Andrzej Chyra

Fear, anger, sorrow, joy, disgust, jealousy, shame. Adaś Miauczyński comes back to the time of his childhood when he, like most of us, he had problems with determination of emotions that he experienced. In order to improve his adult life psychologically, he decides to return to that not-so-untroubled period and learn to experience the seven basic feelings. This highly abrupt journey to the past abounds with comical situations but also is full of emotions and thoughts.

The Werewolf / Wilkołak Poland | The Netherlands | Germany | 2018 | 88′

Genre: thriller/horror

Director Adrian Panek

Cast: Nicolas Przygoda, Kamil Polnisiak, Sonia Mietielica, Jakub Syska

A group of children liberated from a Nazi concentration camp who have long lost the sense of life find themselves hungry in an abandoned mansion surrounded by the forest. They have come through hell, but the real horror is just beginning…

Another Day of Life / Jeszcze dzień życia Poland | Spain | Belgium | Germany | Hungary | 2018 | 85′

Genre: animation drama

Director Damian Nenow, Raúl de la Fuente

Cast: Mirosław Haniszewski, Vergil J. Smith, Tomasz Ziętek, Olga Bołądź

This is a thrilling story of a three-month journey of a well-known Polish journalist to war-ridden Angola where front lines moves from day to day as in a kaleidoscope.

Like a Dog and a Cat / Jak pies z kotem Poland | 2018 | 100′

Genre: psychological drama

Director: Janusz Kondratiuk 

Cast: Robert Wieckiewicz, Olgierd Lukaszewicz, Bozena Stachura, Aleksandra Konieczna

Autobiographical, full of humor vision of an uncharacteristic family with its conflicts and rivalry, not devoid of touching moments and genuine intimacy.

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