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Kino Pod Baranami presents Polish films in English

Kino Pod Baranami presents Polish films in English
Polish films in English
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If you are interested in Polish cinema, but the lack of language skills do not allow you to enjoy icons of Polish cinema, then it's time to visit Krakow. Throughout April, "Kino Pod Baranami" presents a program of «Polish Films in English», in which the masterpieces of Polish cinema will be shown in English.

"Kino Pod Baranami" is located in one of the oldest palaces in Krakow, owned by Potocki family, and is one of the first cinema halls of the Polish cultural capital and leads its history since 1969. Since its foundation "Kino Pod Baranami" became the art-house with a special chamber atmosphere, where traditional for cinema crunch of popcorn and the smell of overcooked hamburgers were replaced by perfect film program. The main part of the films program is traditionally the best European cinema and art-cinema, bold and independent experiments of young authors. You can see also the cult American film classics and Asian avant-garde movies, enjoy the local premieres and meetings with the creators of movies. Here is also annually held the Festival of silent films.

The new program of «Polish Films in English» was specially created for English-speaking fans of Polish cinema. Every two weeks on Tuesdays "Kino Pod Baranami" presents another masterpiece of Polish cinema with English subtitles and allows viewers to find out what happens in the cinema in Poland.

Program of the festival:

Tuesday, April 6, 17.15
director Magdalena Piekorz, Poland 2004, 91 '
The film won the Grand Prix at the Gdynia Polish Film Festival 2004

Tuesday, April 20
director. Michał Rosa, Poland 2008, 95 '

Tuesday, May 4
director Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Poland 1959, 95 '

Kino Pod Baranami
Rynek Główny 27
31-010 Kraków

Ticket price: 13 PLN

(+48 12) 423 07 68 (information and reservation)

Alesia Belaya

Date: 06/04/2010


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