New Year's Film Night 2015/2016

New Year's Film Night
Thursday, December 31, 2015, start: 9.45 p.m.

Join us at the New Year's Film Night at Kino Pod Baranami!

3 new films
sparkling wine for all at midnight
quizes and prizes
cold and warm snacks on sale all night

New Year's Film Night is an idea for those who wants to spend the last night of the year with films. This evening Kino Pod Baranami will show three films long before their Polish premiere.

The film marathon will be started by These Daughters of Mine (Moje córki krowy), laureate of three awards at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. It's a warm, funny, very honest and moving story about sisterly love. Starring Agata Kulesza, Gabriela Muskała, Maciej Dziędziel and Marcin Dorociński. The film will be screened with English subtitles.

After midnight, the audience will see the latest film of Lenny Abrahamson (the author of Frank with Michael Fassbender). Room - with three Golden Globe Nominations - is a thrilling story about survival, the power of will and boundless love; film adaptation of the bestselling novel by Emma Donoghue.

The last film of the night will be Mon Roi directed by Maïwenn (Poliss) about crazy and passionate love affair. Starring Vincent Cassel (Black Swan, Irréversible) and Emmanuelle Bercot (best actress in Cannes; Les Infidèles).

9.45 p.m.

TICKETS: 109 zł
available at ticket offices and online.


dir. Kinga Dębska, Poland 2015, 88’ (Polish premiere: January 8, 2016)
in Polish with English subtitles

Polish Film Festival in Gdynia 2015:
The Audience's Award, The Journalists' Award
Art-House Cinemas Network Award
Ann Arbor Film Festival 2015: The Audience's Award

A 40-year old actress (single and strong, yet lonely), her sister (an emotionally unstable schoolteacher whose married-with-kids life appears more orderly) and their domineering father, who gradually loses control over his family due to his wife's sudden illness and his own health troubles; these are the three individuals at the heart of this film, a touching story about the strength of family ties in a situation of imminent danger.

dir. Lenny Abrahamson, Ireland/Canada 2015, 118’ (Polish premiere: February 26, 2016)
in English with Polish subtitles

3 Golden Globe Nominations 2016: Best Motion Picture - drama; Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama - Brie Larson; Best Screenplay
MFF in Toronto, Warsaw Film Festiwal: The Audience's Award
American Film Institute: one of the top 10 movies in 2015
British Independent Film Awards: Best International Independent Film
National Board of Review: one of the top 10 films, Best Actress, Breakthrough Performance - Jacob Tremblay

Escaping from the captivity in which they have been held for half a decade, a young woman and her five-year-old son struggle to adjust to the strange, terrifying and wondrous world outside their one-room prison.

Based on the Booker-shortlisted bestseller by Irish-Canadian novelist Emma Donoghue, Room is a tale of survival and endurance that is by turns harrowing, suspenseful and wondrous. Recounting the story of a mother and child escaping from the captivity in which they have been held for several years, this visionary drama explores the trauma of being stolen from the world - and the marvel of discovering it for the first time.

dir. Maïwenn, France 2015, 124’ (Polish premiere: January 15, 2016)
in French with Polish subtitles

MFF in Cannes 2015:
Award for Best Actress - Emmanuelle Bercot
The Golden Palm Nomination

Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious ski accident.

Dependent on the medical staff and pain relievers, she takes time to look back on a turbulent relationship that she experienced with Georgio.

Why did they love each other? Who is this man that she loved so deeply?

How did she allow herself to submit to this suffocating and destructive passion? For Tony, a difficult process of healing is in front of her, physical work which may finally set her free…

New Year's Film Night PLAYLIST:

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