All screenings will take place at Łąka Kany, 4/5 św. Piotra i Pawła Square in Szczecin, every Wednesday from 4 to 25 July and from 1 to 29 August 10.00 pm.
04/07/2018 10.00 pm
11/07/2018 10.00 pm
18/07/2018 10.00 pm
25/07/2018 10.00 pm
01/08/2018 10.00 pm
08/08/2018 10.00 pm
22/08/2018 10.00 pm
29/08/2018 10.00 pm
Holiday evenings with the best cinema from the British Isles to Łąka Kany.
The summer edition of the Evening of European Films series with OFFICIN will take us to the intimate world of the inhabitants of the British Isles. We will be able to see the most interesting proposals of English and Irish cinematography from recent years. It will happen under the stars, every Wednesday in July and August, at Łąka Łany. We will see productions nominated for the Oscar and winners of the Irish Film and Television Award. In addition, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of independence, we add a small Polish accent. On the first Wednesday of July and August, we invite you to the selection of independent short films and classics of Polish cinema. The screenings will be combined with discussions moderated by Małgorzata Frymus, journalist of Radio Szczecin and dr. Damian Romaniak, film critic and film expert.
Wednesday 4 July, 10.00 pm
"Ten from Pawiak"
dir. Ryszard Ordyński, 91 min., Drama, Poland, 1931.
Wednesday, July 11, 10.00 pm
dir. Francis Lee, 104 min., Melodrama, Great Britain, 2017.
Holiday Day 18 July, 10.00 pm
dir. Paddy Breathnach, 100 min., Drama, Kuba / Ireland, 2015.
Wednesday, July 25, 10.00 pm
dir. Andrew Steggall, 109 min., Drama, Great Britain / France, 2015.
Wednesday 1 August, 10.00 pm
dir. Adam Krzeptowski, 67 min, drama, Poland, 1932.
Wednesday August 8, 10.00 pm
dir. John Butler, 95 min., Drama, Ireland, 2016
Wednesday, August 22, 10.00 pm
dir. Rafał Kapeliński, 89 min., Drama, Great Britain, 2017.
Wednesday, August 29, 10.00 pm
Review of Island Shorts
Review of selected documentary and feature films from Great Britain and Ireland appreciated at the Szczecin European Film Festival. Among the presented works, we will see, among others breaking the barrier between the document and the animation and artistic views of the world around us.
dir. Emma Charles, 21 min., Documentary, United Kingdom, 2016.
dir. Gonçalo Almeida, 11 min., Documentary, United Kingdom, 2016.
dir. Ewa Smyk, 5 min., Documentary, Poland / Great Britain, 2015.
"La Historia de Samuel"
dir. Oliver Hardcastle, 14 min., Documentary, United Kingdom, 2016.
dir. Ewan Golder, 21 min, documentary, United Kingdom, 2015.
dir. Aleksandra Rydzkowska, Louise Wallace, 9 min, plot, Ireland / Poland,
The project is co-financed by the City of Szczecin Municipality.
Partners: Kany's Cellar, Kana Theater Center
Project organizer: the OFFicyna Association