Two Polish films in the running at the 2013 Brussels Film Festival

'Baby Blues' by K. Rosłaniec and 'Viva Belarus' by K. Łukaszewicz
24/06/13


This year, Polish films will compete at the Brussels Film Festival: Baby Blues, by Kasia Rosłaniec, and Viva Belarus, by Krzysztof Lukaszewicz.
The festival will be held this year from 19 until 26 June. And, as ever, you can see the films at Flagey.
The Polish films will be screened on Monday 24 June at FLAGEY’s STUDIO 1:
- 'Viva Belarus' at 19:30
- 'Baby Blues' at 21:30 

More about 'Baby Blues' || More about 'Viva Belarus' || In practical

>>> The full programme is on: http://www.brff.be

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Practical information 

>>> Flagey (Place Flagey, 1050 Brussels) - map
>>> From 19 until 26 June 2013 (Polish screenings in the framework of the official competition: 24 June 2013)
>>> €7,5 | €6,5 (-26, 60+, unemployed and disabled)
10 (special events) | €5 (shorts)
25  (Pass Films)

Online box office on Flagey website or at the Flagey's ticket office (+ 32 (0)2 641 10 20 / Place Sainte-Croix, 1050 Brussels / open from tuesday to friday from 12.00 to 17.00)

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Zyvie Biełarus (Viva Belarus), by Krzysztof Łukaszewicz
Poland, 2013, 95 min, original version + fr/nl/eng subtitles

Krzysztof Łukaszewicz returns with a vibrant, violent, powerful and fascinating film with the crème de la crème of Belarusian cinema.
>>> On the festival website
>>> On the Flagey website

Synopsis
In Belarussia, Alexandre Loukachenko – ‘Europe’s last dictator’ – has been in power for 15 years. Miron is a rocker and politics is not really his thing. Still, one thing leads to another and he ends up giving a concert in the context of a demonstration against those in power. The punishment is 15 months in the Belarusian army. It’s a fair bet that it’s going to be a hard slog. Filmed without a filter on a hand-held camera byKrzysztof Łukaszewicz, the barbaric acts of the army and Belarusian KGB send shivers down your spine.… The story is
based on the – real life – events in the life of Frank Viachorka, an activist in the Belarusian opposition.
_____Casting: Dzmitry Vinsent Papko, Karolina Gruszka, Aliaksandr Malcanau
 


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Baby Blues (Bejbi Blues), by Kasia Rosłaniec
Poland, 2012, 98 min, Original version + fr/nl/eng subtitles

After the much-fêted Galerianki, Kasia Rosłaniec returns with a new film which was given a very warm reception at the Berlin Film Festival where it came away with the Crystal Bear (Generation 14Plus Selection)
>>> On the Festival website
>>> On the Flagey website

Synopsis
Natalia, a teenager. Kuba, a teenager. Antoś, their son. Does Natalia love Kuba? Does Kuba love Natalia? That’s not really the right question. She wanted her son. After all, celebrities have children. Nicole Ricchie has Harlow Winter Kate and Sparrow James Midnight, Britney Spears has Sean Preston and Jayden James. She had Antoś. If you want to find out about having a child at her age, well, people talk about it on web forums, you can read about it in gossip magazines. In the end, what counts is you have someone to
love, someone who loves you in return.
_____Casting: Katarzyna Figura, Magdalena Boczarska, Renata Dancewicz, Magdalena Berus, Nikodem Rozbicki, Klaudia Bułka, Michał Trzeciakowski



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