Internationally Acclaimed Film, Ida, Opens at Art Theater
2014-06-18 · By Editor
Beginning on Friday, June 20, the Art Theater of Long Beach will be screening the internationally acclaimed film, Ida, starring Agata Kulesza, Agata Trezbuchowska, and Dawid Ogrodnik. The first viewing begins at 1pm Friday, June 20th, 2014 and will run every two hours after, until 9pm. For more information, please visit www.arttheaterlongbeach.com.
“Spare, haunting, uncompromising, Ida is a film of exceptional artistry whose emotions are as potent and persuasive as its images are indelibly beautiful,” Los Angeles Times’ film critic, Kenneth Turan.
Winner of multiple international awards, including Best Film at the London Film Festival last year, the International Critics’ Award at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival, the Ecumenical Jury Award at the Warsaw International Film Festival, the Lipscomb Ecumenical Prize at the Nashville Film Festival, and the Spotlight Award at the American Society of Cinematographers. Director Pawel Pawlikowski goes back to his home of Poland, to capture some of the most controversial issues in his native homeland.
Ida follows a young woman, Anna, played by Agata Trezbuchowska, who is learning of her families secretive past. This film will capture people’s emotions with very personal, intimate, and human moments throughout. The combination of personal moments with important historical events will make Ida one of the most emotionally powerful films of the year.
Show Times Starting June 20, 2014:
Fri: (1:00), (3:00), (5:00), 7:00, 9:00
Sat: (11:00 AM), (1:00), (3:00), (5:00), 7:00, 9:00
Mon – Thu: 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00
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ABOUT THE ART THEATER OF LONG BEACH
Located in the popular 4th Street Retro Row District, the historic Art Theater of Long Beach first opened its doors in 1926 as a silent film theater including an orchestra pit and a pipe organ. Today, the historical landmark is famous for showing the most creative independent, documentary, animated, alternative lifestyle, and foreign language films.