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Polish History in Film Masterpieces at MoMI!


06-01-2018
ostatnia aktualizacja 06-01-2018, 10:36

Please join us this Friday after the screening of Wojtek Smarzowski’s “Volhynia” (Wołyń) for an opening reception, hosted by the PCINY. Actor Arkadiusz Jakubik will be present in person.



Polish History in Film Masterpieces at MoMI!The Promised Land (Ziema obiecana)

This Friday the “Polish History in Film Masterpieces” program kicks off at MoMI!

On the centennial of Poland regaining its independence, “Polish History in Film Masterpieces” draws from a rich cinematic history to present some of the greatest Polish films ever made. The selection focuses on the struggle for freedom, as relevant today as it was a century ago. The series shows how cinema has been crucial to Poland's ongoing struggles for independence.

Seven films will be screened in this series . Three masterpieces by Andrzej Wajda: the visually stunning and historically grounded work of political cinema “Ashes and Diamonds”; “Man of Marble,” a story of a young filmmaker whose movie about a bricklayer and labor leader reveal the bitter truth of 1950s Stalinism in Poland; and “Promised Land,” an epic historical drama set during the late 19th century in Łódź, the cradle of Polish textile industry. We will also see one of the most ambitious and acclaimed Polish films in recent years: “Volhynia” by Wojtek Smarzowski, set in a small village inhabited by Ukrainians, Poles, and Jews in the former borderlands of pre-war Poland; “The Pianist,” an adaptation based on the autobiography of the acclaimed Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman about his survival during World War II, which won Roman Polański the Oscar for Best Director and the Palme D’Or at Cannes; “Warsaw 44” by Jan Komasa, a big-budget tale of youth, love, courage, and sacrifice during the Warsaw Uprising, and “Nights and Days” by Jerzy Antczak, an epic love story portraying the fate of two generations of the Niechcic family set amid Poland’s social transformations between 1865 and 1914.

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