Summer Cinema / Jagna

25 Jun 2024

Regular hours

13:00 – 19:00

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Voluntary admission

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Pragovka Gallery

Prague, Czechia


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We are serving you the seventh edition of the summer cinema at Pragovka, this time with the overarching theme of growth and fasting. This year we will be screening every Tuesday after dark in the Max Space hall in the Pragovka area (next to Permanent Pragovka). Voluntary admission.


On June 25, we are screening the film The Peasants at 9:15 pm. The film will be screened with Czech subtitles.

Drama / Historical / Animation
Poland / Serbia / Lithuania, 2023, 114 min
Directed by DK Welchman, Hugh Welchman
Written by Władysław Reymont (book)
Screenplay by DK Welchman, Hugh Welchman
Kamil Polak, Radosław Ładczuk, Szymon Kuriata
Music: Łukasz Rostkowski
Cast: Kamila Urzędowska, Robert Gulaczyk, Mirosław Baka, Sonia Mietielica, Ewa Kasprzyk, Andrzej Konopka, Małgorzata Kożuchowska, Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz

After the worldwide success of Loving Vincent, this time the director duo DK Welchman and Hugh Welchman focused on one of the most important works of Polish literature, The Peasants. A novel for which its author W.S. Reymont won the Nobel Prize. The central character of the story is the beautiful Jagna, a poor girl with whom the old and rich peasant Boryna falls in love. Despite the protests of his family, he marries her. However, Jagna is faced with the decision of whether a life of contentment is more important to her or her love for Antek, the son of the peasant Boryna. Unfortunately, in the land of tradition, love is not to be preferred. In the film, the directors return to their Polish roots and present Władysław Reymont's novel to the general public using the technique of animated painting, which has already won the hearts of hundreds of thousands of fans around the world thanks to the Oscar-nominated film Loving Vincent. In Jagna, they have not only focused on the novel itself, but have also interpreted into it the paintings of important representatives of the Young Poland movement, such as Józef Chełmoński, Ferdynand Ruszczyc and Leon Wyczółkowski. As they say themselves, this was another journey of discovery for them, which allowed them to delve deeper into the emotional possibilities and aesthetic beauty that animation in the form of a special oil painting can bring to a film narrative.

The complete programme of the summer cinema at Pragovka:
18 June 21:15 Daaaaaaalí!
25 June 21:15 The Peasants
2 July 21:15 Perfect Days
9 July 21:15 Greetings from Fukushima
16 July 21:00 Woman on the Roof
23 July 21:00 Boylesque
30 July 20:45 Who am I - No system is safe
6 Aug 20:45 Balloon
13 Aug 20:30 Zone of Interest
20 Aug 20:15 Anatomy of a Fall
27 Aug 20:00 In the Aisles
3 Sep 19:45 Hanging Without Walls
10 Sep 19:30 You Will Never See It All

Change of programme reserved.

Project is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the City of Prague, the State Culture Fund and City District Prague 9.


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