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An image from 'Ostatnia rodzina', which will bring the cycle to an end

A cycle at the Filmoteca showcases the finest contemporary Polish cinema

This year’s edition of the cycle pays special attention to animated films.

The opening session, on Sunday 1 April, will consist of a series of recently released short films, including titles like Debiut, Więzi, Zaczyn and Nauka.  Two days later, an animated short film titled Ukryte will be screened, followed by the feature film Amok, which was directed by Kasia Adamik. The plot argument is based on the real life case of writer and photographer Krystian Bala, who found guilty of a murder that was very similar to the one described in his first novel.

Wednesday 4 April sees a double session featuring the animated film Best Friend, which mirrors the current political turmoil and civil unrest in Ukraine, followed by Slonce, slonce mnie oslepino by Anka Sasnal and Wilhelm Sasnal, a modern interpretation of Albert Camus’ L'estranger.

Finally, on 5 April you can see Ostatnia rodzina, a film by Jan P. Matuszynski that tells the story of Zdzislaw Beksinski, the best-known Polish surrealist painter, set against the background of Poland in the 1970s and 80s, preceded by the screening of an animated short film titled Laznia.

Additional information is available at the following link.

Publication date: Tuesday, 27 March 2018
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