Kino Letnie II
22.07.2020 - 22.07.2020

Summer Baltic Movie

The cinema of the Baltic region tells stories - austere, yet full of vivid emotions, absurd sense of humour and human tales which not always have a happy ending. Welcome to the 2nd edition of the Summer Baltic Movie.


On following five Wednesday nights we will present cold as ice film propositions from the North. Sit down, relax in our garden and let us take you to a journey to a land of Baltic film makers.

The event is part of "Colours of the Baltic" project.

The event is held in association with Rada Miasta food&wine.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions for open-air cinemas and public events, the audience will be limited to 30 seats.

Tickets (5 PLN) are available online only through The purchase of the ticket is equal to agreeing with our safety rules and regulations (in Polish).

By buying the ticket, each viewer states that, to their best knowledge, is not an infected person and is not currently in quarantine or under epidemiological supervision. At the same time they agree on storing their personal data given in the process of buying the ticket by Interticket sp. z o. o. and sharing it with the Główny Inspektorat Sanitarny and law enforcement.


22nd July, 9:30 p.m.

Becoming Astrid (2018), dir. Pernille Fischer Christensen (Denmark/Sweden)

The biopic tells a story of youth and the beginnings of a career of Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002), a famous Swedish writer, author of numerous children books. Pernille Fischer Christensen shows a strong, independent woman who is not afraid of challenging social stereotypes and walks bravely through life.

Astrid and her siblings are lucky to be brought up in their parents' farm in Vimmerby. Though their daily routine is formed by strict religious values, their mother Hanna and father Samuel give them a sense of security and freedom.

Astrid's parents let her attend secondary school, which is mostly a privilege of children from bourgeois families. They don't stand in her way when an owner of a local newspaper offers their 18-year-old daughter an intern. 


ADMISSION: tickets at the price of 5 PLN available only at