Corpus Christi – Lux Audience Week – Cinema Galeries

Corpus Christi – Lux Audience Week

Boze Cialo
Directed byJan Komasa

Corpus Christi – Lux Audience Week

Boze Cialo
Directed byJan Komasa, starringBartosz Bielenia, Eliza Rycembel
  • ORIGINAL LANGUAGE PL
  • SUBTITLES FR/NL
  • Duration 115
  • Prices Free

Introducing

As part of the LUX Audience Week (10-16 May), one of the key moments of the 2021 Lux Audience Award, discover two of the three nominated titles of this year’s edition at Cinema Galeries (in front of the cinema) : Collective [+] by Alexander Nanau on Tuesday 11 May and Corpus Christi [+] by Jan Komasa on Wednesday 12 May, 20:00.

Synopsis

Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation in a detention center. Although his criminal record prevents him from applying to the seminary, he has no intention of giving up his dream and decides to minister a small-town parish.

Introducing

As part of the LUX Audience Week (10-16 May), one of the key moments of the 2021 Lux Audience Award, discover two of the three nominated titles of this year’s edition at Cinema Galeries (in front of the cinema) : Collective [+] by Alexander Nanau on Tuesday 11 May and Corpus Christi [+] by Jan Komasa on Wednesday 12 May, 20:00.

Synopsis

Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation in a detention center. Although his criminal record prevents him from applying to the seminary, he has no intention of giving up his dream and decides to minister a small-town parish.

    Additional information

    Limited number of tickets available

    Don’t miss the live-Q&A on Friday 14 May, 17:00!

    Instead of three usual simultaneous screenings followed by live-streamed debates, there will be a live-Q&A on the LUX Audience Award’s Facebook page with Thomas Vinterberg, Alexander Nanau and Corpus Christi lead actor Bartosz Bielenia on Friday 14 May at 17.00 CET, moderated by Cineuropa editor-in-chief Domenico La Porta.

    Lux Audience Award, vote for your favourite film

    Over the last few weeks, the three nominated titles of the 2021 LUX Audience Award, presented by the European Parliament and the European Film Academy, have been travelling across Europe under the umbrella of the LUX Film Days. Another Round [+] by Thomas VinterbergCollective [+] by Alexander Nanau and Corpus Christi [+] by Jan Komasa have been screened in multiple European countries at different online and physical events, some of them organized in collaboration with the European Parliament Liaison Offices.

    Until 23 May, the European public can vote for their favourite films by ranking them on a scale from one to five stars, representing 50 per cent of the total vote. The other half will come from the votes cast by the Members of the European Parliament, where the voting process is also in progress.