19 October 2017 The Remains of the Day – an additional film show in the film stand.

On the award of the Nobel Prize to the writer Kazuo Ishiguro, we invite you to Pod Baranami Cinema for The Remains of the Day, a film based on his novel. The film was nominated for eight Oscars . The film screening is a special event accompanying the film strand of the Conrad Festival. Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant. The film will be shown on Saturday (28 October) at 9.30 pm -- of course at  Pod Baranami Cinema.

On the 5th October, the Swedish Academy announced the British writer of Japanese descent, Kazuo Ishiguro, the Nobel Prize inner in literature. He is the author of such novels as Never Let Me Go and When We Were Orphans.

On this occasion we invite you to Pod Baranami Cinema to the James Ivory’s film The Remains of the Day based on the writer’s third novel for which the author received the Booker Award. It is a story of  a butler who has dedicated his life to only one role – that of a perfect servant to an English lord. Outstanding  British actors Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson perform the lead characters, accompanied by Hugh Grant and Christopher Reeve. The film was nominated for Oscars in eight categories and for Golden Globes in five categories. Anthony Hopkins received the BAFTA Award and David di Donatello Award of the Italian Film Academy for his role.

The film screening is an accompanying event to the film programme of the Conrad Festival.

TICKETS on sale at the ticket office of Pod Baranami cinema:

PLN 18 (regular) | PLN 14  (concession)

Awards: National Board of Review 1993: best actor (Anthony Hopkins)
Oscars 1994: 8 nominations
Golden Globes 1994: 5 nominations
BAFTA 1994: best actor (Anthony Hopkins)
David di Donatello Award of the Italian Film Academy: best foreign actor (Anthony Hopkins)
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 1995: Silver Ribbon for the best foreign director (James Ivory)

Stevens is a perfect servant. His life passion and ambition is seeing to that everything at Darlington Hall everything goes following centuries-old tradition. He completely renounces his personal life for the sake of professional perfection. He bashfully conceals his feelings for the housekeeper Miss Kenton.

The third novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, honoured with the prestigious Booker Award, was adapted for screen to create a fascinating and perfectly rendered story. The film features Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson as lead characters.