• Jimmy\'s Hall
        • Jimmy's Hall

          • Country:
          • UK, 2014
          • Group:
          • Horizons
          • Duration:
          • 109'
          • Director:
          • Ken Loach
          • Screenplay:
          • Paul Laverty, Donal O'Kelly
          • Cast:
          • Beri Vord, Simon Kirbi, Endru Skot
          • Festivals:
          • Barry Ward, Simone Kirby, Andrew Scott
          • Cinematography:
          • Robbie Ryan
          • Jonathan Morris
          • George Fenton
          • Rebecca O'Brien
          • Production:
          •  Sixteen Films, Element Pictures, Why Not Productions, Wild Bunch
        • Showing

          06. Mar | 13:30 | 250 RSD
          Sava centar

          07. Mar | 15:00 | 250 RSD

          07. Mar | 22:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

        • SYNOPSIS

          1932. Jimmy Gralton is back home in the Irish countryside after ten years of forced exile in the USA. His widowed mother Alice is happy, Jimmy's friends are happy, all the young people who enjoy dancing and singing are happy. Which is not the case of Father Sheridan, the local priest, nor of the village squire, nor of Dennis O'Keefe, the chief of the fascists. The reason is simple: Jimmy is a socialist activist. So when the "intruder" reopens the village hall, thus enabling the villagers to gather to sing, dance, paint, study or box, they take a dim view of the whole thing. People who think and unite are difficult to manipulate, aren't they? From that moment on they will use every means possible to get rid of Jimmy and his "dangerous" hall.

          Ken Loach


          Ken Loach (b. 1936, Nuneaton) studied law at university, spent a brief spell in the theatre, and was recruited in 1963 by the BBC as a trainee television director. He made a huge impact with his TV play Cathy Come Home (1966), and his first two feature films, Poor Cow (1967) and Kes (winner of the Crystal Globe at the KV IFF in 1969). Loach spent the next two decades working in television and making poorly distributed feature films before Riff-Raff (1990) occasioned a gear shift, with a string of exceptionally powerful cinema releases. Loach’s films have garnered numerous nominations and prizes at all the major international film festivals, including Cannes, Venice and Berlin, and at Britain’s BAFTA Awards.





          2014       Jimmy's Hall

          2012       The Angel's Share

          2010       Route Irish

          2009       Looking For Eric

          2007       It's a Free World

          2006       The Wind That Shakes the Barley

          2005       McLibel


          2004       Fond Kiss..., Ae

          2002       11'09''01 - September 11

          2002       Sweet Sixteen

          2001       The Navigators

          2000       Bread and Roses

          1998       My Name Is Joe


          1997       The Flickering Flame

          1996       Carla's Song

          1995       Land and Freedom

          A Contemporary Case for Common Ownership

          1994       Ladybird

          1993       Raining Stones

          1990       Hidden Agenda


          1986       Fatherland

          1984       Which Side Are You On?

          1981       Looks and Smiles

          1980       The Gamekeeper

          1979       Black Jack

          1971       The Save the Children Fund Film

          1969       Kes

          1967       Poor Cow



          2014       Cannes, Rio, Pusan


          The latest activist drama from the elder statesman of British political cinema is a heartfelt portrait of ideological warfare in 1930s Ireland.
          Scott Foundas, Variety