Seven feature movies produced in 2011 and 2012, representing the new directions in the current Polish cinematography, will be screened at this year’s edition of the Polish Movie Days to take place between November 2 – 6 in Bucharest, according to the website of the Polish Institute. In addition, the same event will be held in Chisinau between October 31 – November 6.
The Studio Cinema Hall will host the screening of the movies “My Bicycle” ( 6 p.m.) directed by Piotr Trzaskalski and “You are God” (8 p.m.), by Leszek Dawid on Nov. 2. Film lovers are invited on Nov. 3 to watch the films “Remains” (6 p.m.) .by W?adys?aw Pasikowski and “The Black Thursday, Janek Wi?niewski down” (as of 8 p.m), a feature movie directed by Antoni Krauze. Other movies to be screened are “Without Shame” (Nov. 4, 8 p.m.) by Filip Marczewski and “The Woman’s Day” (Nov. 5, starting with 8 p.m.) directed by Maria Sadowska. The event ends on Nov. 6 with the feature film “80 millions” by Waldemar Krzystek (8 p.m.).
The Polish event is followed by German Movie Days scheduled also in Bucharest during November 9-14 and hosted by Studio Cinema Hall as well. The event is opened by “Oh, boy!” feature film (2012), directed by Jan-Ole Gerster. The movie tells the story of Niko, 30 years old, who dropped up college a long time ago. Since then, he is living at short notice, wandering sleepless about Berlin streets and wondering about people surrounding him. According to Goethe Institute, the upcoming event will mostly present, besides the classic movie, fresh productions of the German cinema. All movies will have Romanian subtitle.