We’re well into the summer and more than a few cinemas and institutions know that film screenings are great during the warm nights. Here are a few options around PL. Don’t forget to leave us a comment, if you know of any other related event.
From 26th June to 28th September. Open air cinema in the city centre on the roof of cinema Agrafka. Every summer evening you’ll find a good movie in original language. If it rains they’ll show the movie in the cinema Agrafka. Tickets from 5 to 15 PLN. Check the weekly programme here.
Orange Summer Cinema 2016 @ the pier & the park – Sopot & Zakopane
Screenings will take place daily at the pier in Sopot (July 22:00 & August 21:30) and at the high end of Równie Krupowe Park (Górnej Równi Krupowej) by Aleja 3 Maja; (July 21:30 & August 21:00). Entrance is free to all screenings, which are organised in thematic days: music Monday, festival Tuesdays, mega-hits Wednesdays, made-in-Poland Thursdays, comedy Fridays, Oscar Saturdays and ladies Sundays. See the full programme in English at Sopot In Your Pocket and at their official website (in Polish).
Kinoteka @ Parade Square – Warsaw
In collaboration with national embassies, the Kinoteka in Warsaw is organising cultural events and outdoor screenings of films from Japan, France, Norway, New Zealand, Sweden, Ireland and the Netherlands. Free entrance at Plac Defilad (adjacent to the Palace of Culture and Science) on Tuesdays and Thursdays during July, August (21:00) and September (20:30). See the programme here.
Summer cinema in Orłowo – Gdynia
Anty Radio Summer Cinema – Katowice
Free entrance. Every Thursday (20:00) from July 7 until August 25 at Plac Sławika i Antalya in front of the entrance to the International Conference Centre.
Kino Kuźnia @ the Silesian Museum – Katowice
All screenings at 21:30. Free entrance
July 2: Pina, Wim Wenders, 2011
July 9: Exit Through the Gift Shop, Banksy, 2010
July 23: Control, Anton Corbijn, 2007
July 30: Cinema Paradiso, Giuseppe Tornatore, 1988