2nd August - 6th September at the GFT
Play Poland is a touring festival of film, bringing the cream of Poland’s recent output to the foremost independent cinemas across the UK. The titles in the programme have received significant exposure – and considerable acclaim – at film festivals internationally, and together provide an illuminating snapshot of current Polish filmmaking.
Ticket deal: see 4 films in this season for £24 full price or £18 concession.
Simply put one ticket for 4 different films in your basket and the discount will be applied at checkout. Make sure you select tickets at the correct price for you (ie if you're a student select all tickets at student price). CineCard holders get an extra pound off.
Little RoseN/C 15+
Tuesday 2 August - 17:45 p.m.
Set in the volatile period from 1967–8, as a wave of anti-Semitism sweeps through Eastern Europe, this is the story of a writer’s betrayal at the hands of a beautiful young informant, recruited by ...LynchN/C 15+
Tuesday 9 August - 18:15 p.m.
In 2005, the lynching of a sixty-year-old man by a group of young people in a small Polish village was widely publicised in the Polish media. This film investigates the cause of the incident
Tuesday 16 August - 18:00 p.m.
As a leader of the Polish resistance under the Nazi occupation, General Emil ‘Nil’ Fieldorf was hailed a hero. But his loyalty to the wartime Polish government in exile made him a distinct threatMystificationN/C 15+
Tuesday 23 August - 18:00 p.m.
Dramatist, poet, novelist, painter, photographer, art theorist and philosopher, Stanislaw ‘Witkacy’ Witkiewicz was one of the leading members of Poland’s poetic and artistic avantgarde of the first...
Tuesday 30 August - 18:00 p.m.
Returning to the village where he grew up years after the mysterious suicide of his father, thirty-something Czarny meets troubled teen and heavy metal fan Ola, who claims to be his stepsister.
Horizontal 8N/C 18+
Tuesday 6 September - 18:15 p.m.
Poland in the near future. A man wakes up in a hotel room with a gun and a briefcase full of money but no memory. When he throws the money out a window, the film follows one of the banknotes as it ...http://www.glasgowfilm.org/
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