08.10.2020

5th Film Series „Filmclub Horizonte Slawistyka, Slavistika, Cлавистика“

The Faculty of Slavic Studies, the cultural centre DAS KINO and the Russian Centre invite you to the fifth series of cinema films from Eastern and Central Europe. As part of the film club „Slawistyka, Slavistika, Cлавистика“ award winning current Polish, Russian and Czech films with political and social themes will be shown.

Am 29.10.2020 zeigen wir um 18 Uhr in DAS KINO den ersten Film innerhalb der heurigen Filmreihe, den polnischen Film "Boże Ciało/Crpus Christi", im Original mit Untertiteln.

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des Bildes

Inspiriert von den wahren Begebenheiten erzählt der Regisseur Jan Komasa die Geschichte des 20-jährigen Daniel (Bartosz Bielenia), der während seines Aufenthalts in der Jugendstrafanstalt eine spirituelle Verwandlung erlebt hat und insgeheim davon träumt, Priester zu werden. Die Ausbildung am Priesterseminar bleibt ihm aufgrund seiner Vorstrafen verwehrt. Doch Daniel gibt nicht auf: Er verkleidet sich als Priester und wird so tatsächlich zu einem kirchlichen Seelsorger in einer kleinen polnischen Gemeinde, in der sich eine Tragödie ereignet hat.
Boże Ciało wurde 2020 für den Oscar in der Kategorie Bester Internationaler Film nominiert und hat 2019 mehrere internationale Filmauszeichnungen bekommen, u.a. beim 44. Filmfestival in Gdynia oder beim Stockholm International Film Festival, wo der Hauptdarsteller Bartosz Bielenia zum besten Schauspieler gekürt wurde. Er hat auch den Preis European Shooting Star der Berlinale 2020 erhalten.

Das Programm zur Filmreihe können Sie hier (Link zum Folder) auch noch einmal detailliert nachlesen.

Link zum Russlandzentrum:

Zu jedem Film gibt es vor der Vorführung eine kurze Einleitung.

Die Tickets sind an der Kasse im DAS KINO zu erwerben, auch im Vorverkauf. Der Eintrittspreis für Studierende mit einem gültigen Ausweis beträgt 6 Euro.

Wir würden uns sehr über sehr viele Kinobesucher freuen!!! 

Frau Mag. Elzbieta Tabaka

Senior Lecturer Polnisch

Universität Salzburg/ FB Slawistik

Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: Tel: +43 662 8044 - 4514

E-mail to Frau Mag. Elzbieta Tabaka

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