On Saturday for 10 kn you can watch the film and visit the exhibition at MSU!
10th birthday China Metropolis
On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the launch of the Kina Metropolis program, a film marathon will be held on Saturday, September 26, with 4 films: Animafest's Glorious Bear Invasion of Sicily, and How to Be a Good Wife, Faithful Man and Corpus christi. All tickets will be on sale at the popular price of 10 kuna, and a cinema ticket will also allow entry to the exhibition of your choice at MSU.
Kino Metropolis opened with the Zagreb premiere of the film Samac
Metropolis Cinema opened on September 2, 2010 in the Gorgon Hall of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb with the Zagreb premiere of the celebrated feature film "Single" (A Single Man) directed by Tom Ford. The program manager of Kina Metropolis since its launch has been film critic Zlatko Vidačković. For ten years now, Kino Metropolis has been influencing the Zagreb cinema audience by encouraging reflexivity and criticism and consuming better quality cultural audiovisual content, offering top film, festival and revue content that represents a departure from the dominant mainstream concepts.
Kino Metropolis has been a member of the Europa cinemas chain since January 2013 as the leader of a mini group of five Croatian cinemas (it also includes the Tuškanac Summer Stage in Zagreb, Kino Novska, Kino POU Daruvar and Kinoteka Zlatna vrata in Split). Kino Metropolis hosts the European Film Review, Pula in Zagreb, Europe in Cinema and other festival events.
The main program of Kina Metropolis shows European and independent world feature films selected not only from the world's most prestigious film festivals (Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Rome, Karlovy Vary, etc.) but also the repertoire of European art cinemas. The goal of this project is to qualitatively enrich the film repertoire, as well as the offer of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, with a carefully selected and artistically valuable film program.
The cinema program also includes Croatian and European short feature films, which are often shown as an introduction to feature films. European short films provide cinema audiences with key EU challenges in the areas of new technologies, climate change, migration, security, population and economic trends and the strengthening of populist rhetoric.
The cinema's repertoire also includes excellent European and Croatian documentaries. The children's program shows selected Croatian, European and independent world animated and feature films for children.
Screening schedule for the 10th birthday of China Metropolis
(La fameuse invasion des ours en Sicile), animated, 82 ′, France, Italy, dir. Lorenzo Mattotti
This fantastic story begins in ancient times when bears were still roaming the mountains of Sicily. When the hunters kidnap the bear Tony, the son of the bear king Léonce, who, with the intention of returning his son and ensuring the well-being of his people, goes to war against the people…
(La bonne épouse), 105 ′, humorous drama, France, dir. Martin Provost, gl. Juliette Binoche, Yolande Moreau
Paulette and her husband have run the Housewives Institute in Alsace, France for many years, training teenage girls to become perfect housewives. When her husband dies suddenly, Paulette takes over the school and discovers she is on the verge of bankruptcy. The film is a humorous and satirical depiction of a universal story of solidarity, emancipation and gender equality.
(L'homme fidèle), 75 ′, romantic drama, dir. Louis Garrel, gl. Louis Garrel, Laetitia Casta, Lily-Rose Depp.
The beautiful Marianne leaves Abel to make a connection with his best friend Paul, with whom she has become pregnant. After 8 years of a successful relationship, Paul dies suddenly, and Marianne returns to Abel, which triggers a series of unusual events, jealousy.