A Man Called Ove En man som heter Ove

Director: Hannes Holm
Sweden, Norway, 2015, 116’
59-year-old Ove is the block’s grumpy man who several years earlier was deposed as president of the condominium association, but he keeps looking over the neighborhood with an iron fist. When pregnant Parvaneh and her family moves into the terraced house opposite and accidentally backs into Ove’s mailbox it turns out to be an unexpected friendship. A drama comedy about unexpected friendship, love and the importance of surrounding yourself with the proper tools.
1 October 21:30, Saturn IMAX #1
5 October 17:30, Saturn IMAX #1

A Shanghai Bride Una novia de Shanghai

Director: Mauro Andrizzi
Argentina, China, 2016, 73’
Two slackers that struggle to survive in the streets of modern China will face many problems when they are hired by a ghost to take a cof n across the big city of Shanghai in order to reunite a couple of lovers in the afterlife.
4 October 17:15, Saturn IMAX #1

Deadlock Pakughi

Director: Harutyun Khachatryan
Armenia, 2016, 94’
This is the second story in the documentary series about Armenian exiles. Engineer Levon moved to the USA with his family after the collapse of the Soviet Union, as life in Armenia got unbearable. Respected and appreciated in Yerevan, he seems unable to find a place for himself in the foreign country. His once happy family experiences a severe crisis too. Like many other Armenian immigrants we will see, Levon finds himself in a deadlock.
1 October 14:00, Saturn IMAX #1

Deepwater Horizon

Director: Peter Berg
USA, 2016, 107’
Based on the true events that occurred on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010, the story chronicles the courage of those who worked on the Deepwater Horizon and the extreme moments of bravery and survival in the face of what would become one of the biggest man-made disasters in world history.
1 October 17:00, Saturn IMAX #2

Kiki, Love to Love Kiki el amor se hace

Director: Paco Leon
Spain, 2016, 102’
This is a comedy about five love stories unfolding in Madrid one hot summer. The characters’ feelings, fears and, above all, sexuality is transforming, breaking taboos to enter a new stage – free and emotional, where neither pleasure nor love are neglected.
1 October 21:45, Saturn IMAX #2
2 October 20:30, Saturn IMAX #2

Leo Tolstoy and Mahatma Gandhi: a Double Portrait in the Interior of the Age Tolstoy i Gahdhi. Dvoynoy portret v interiere epokhi

Directors: Galina Evtushenko, Anna Evtushenko
Russia, 2016, 54’
The two great spiritual teachers of the humanity, Leo Tolstoy and Mahatma Gandhi, have never met personally. But during the Last year of Tolstoy’s life there was a correspondence between them. It covered philosophical, religious and political issues. This correspondence has become the basis for this film, which is devoted to the crucial issues the humanity faced in the XXth and XXIst centuries. The action in the film takes place all over the world – in Yasnaya Polyana, in London, in Delhi, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The two great thinkers were achingly trying to find their own ways of nonresistance to evil by force. They brought their philosophies throughout all wars, revolutions, national liberation movements, against all cruelty, racism and intolerance.
Russia and India don’t have the common land or sea border. But the entire ways of life of both Tolstoy and Gandhi prove that this border is in the spiritual sphere, and it don’t separate, but bring two great nations together.
2 October 15:00, Spartak

Mystery of the Snow Queen Tayna snezhnoy korolevy

Director: Natalia Bondarchuk
Russia, 2015, 85’
They call the protagonist a Snow Queen, though she froze nobody, kidnapped no boys and never declared a war on all the living things. She simply loves winter and snow. Her own house is made of fascinating ice, glistening in the sun. This strange woman leads a peculiar life and has no idea what feelings and emotions are. She has never experienced anything, let alone love. Everyone thinks that an evil spell has been cast upon the Snow Queen. Only a pure true love can dispel curse.
3 October 13:30, Saturn IMAX #2


Director: Cristi Puiu
Romania, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, 2016, 173’
Larry, a neurologist at the top of his career, and his wife, are attending a family meal in Bucharest to commemorate the death of his father, who died 40 days earlier.
All the guests are waiting for the priest’s arrival. In the meantime, they argue about the 9/11 events. Larry tries to calm down the debate but opinions are so divided that not even the priest’s flying visit succeeds in reconciling the two camps. Just when things seem to be settling down, the arrival of an uninvited guest throws the commemoration into turmoil, which gradually deteriorates into an operatic settling of scores.
2 October 19:30, Saturn IMAX #1
5 October 20:00, Saturn IMAX #1