Movie Of The Week
This week's featured film is Powidoki, the last work of legendary Polish director Andrzej Wajda.
The film pays tribute to avant-garde painter Wladyslaw Strzeminski, a man who strived to overcome his physical handicaps in order to improve his art and spread his ideas of the nature of the creative process.
To get to know the film better, read this article by Peter Caranicas on the Variety website.
English language films:
A Street Cat Named Bob
A Street Cat Named Bob is a comedy-drama based on the book of same name by James Bowen.
The movie revolves around the character of James Bowen, a homeless London street musician and recovering drug addict. On discovering an injured stray cat, James' life soon changes for the better as he sets upon looking after the vulnerable animal.
To get a better insight into the movie, read Wendy Ide's review on the Guardian website here.
Foreign language films:
Já, Olga Hepnarová
Já, Olga Hepnarová is a Czech drama film directed by Tomáš Weinreb and Petr Kazda.
The film focuses on the life of Olga Hepnarová, a mentally-ill mass murderer, who on 10 July, 1973, killed eight people in Prague with the aid of a truck.
For a closer look, check out Stephen Dalton's review on the Hollywood Reporter website here.
Polish language films (without English subtitles):
Konwój is a Polish thriller with an all-star cast boasting some of Poland's finest actors.
The film centres on the mystery of the murder of a prisoner, which is linked back to an incident that occured during a convoy seven years previously.
To learn more about the film, watch the trailer here.
Looking for more films? There are plenty of great movies on general release at Kino Nowe Horyzonty - visit the Uncut film section to see the new releases from previous weeks.