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The Polish School of Animation Day 1 and Day 2 at the KF in NY

August 01, 2014

Day 1 features Polish animation from 1958 to 1981. Day 2 features Polish animation from 2008 to 2013.

The Polish School of Animation at the KF, Day 1
Friday, October 10, 2014, at 7:00pm

The Polish School of Animation project aspires to give international recognition to the more-than-fifty-years-old output of Polish animation. The program is composed in such a way that the first screening (1959-1981) brings back classical achievements of Polish animation, while the next three present productions of a younger generations of artists who have made their debuts more recently.

Day 1 Screening Program (87')

  • Dom/House, dir. Walerian Borowczyk, Jan Lenica (1958, 11')
  • Labirynt/Labyrinth, dir. Jan Lenica (1961, 14'15'')
  • Czerwone i czarne/Red and Black, dir. Witold Giersz (1963, 6'30'')
  • Wszystko jest liczbą/Everything Is a Number, dir. Stefan Schabenbeck (1966, 7'30'')
  • Hobby, dir. Daniel Szczechura (1968, 7')
  • Apel/The Roll-Call, dir. Ryszard Czekała (1970,7'15")
  • Droga/Road, dir. Mirosław Kijowicz (1971, 4'30'')
  • Bankiet/The Banquet, dir. Zofia Oraczewska (1976, 8'15'')
  • Refleksy/Reflection, dir. Jerzy Kucia (1979, 6')
  • Tango, dir. Zbigniew Rybczyński (1980, 8')
  • Solo na ugorze/ Solo in a Fallow Field, dir. Jerzy Kalina (1981, 7')

This screening is a part of the project "Polish School of Animation – Next Generations" organized by Stowarzyszenie Rotunda /International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima/ and with the support of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of The Republic of Poland and the Polish Film Institute.

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The Polish School of Animation at the KF, Day 4
Tuesday, October 14, 2014, at 7:00pm

The Polish School of Animation project aspires to give international recognition to the more-than-fifty-years-old output of Polish animation. The program is composed in such a way that the first screening (1959-1981) brings back classical achievements of Polish animation, while the next three present productions of a younger generations of artists who have made their debuts more recently.

Day 4 Screening Program (89')

  • Wywijas/Inside Out, dir. Andrzej Jobczyk (2008, 5'30)
  • Laska/Stick, dir. Michał Socha (2008, 5')
  • Snępowina/Sleepincord, dir. Marta Pajek (2011, 14')
  • Papierowe pudełko/Paper Box, dir. Zbigniew Czapla (2011, 9')
  • Dróżnik/Crossing Keeper, dir. Piotr Szczepanowicz (2012, 11')
  • Kinefaktura, dir. Marcin Giżycki (2012, 3'15'')
  • Ab Ovo, dir. Anita Kwiatkowska-Naqvi (2012, 5'18'')
  • Do serca twego/To Thy Heart, dir. Ewa Borysewicz (2013, 10')
  • Danse Macabre, dir. Małgorzata Rżanek (2013, 5')
  • Signum, dir. Witold Giersz (2013, 13')

This screening is a part of the project "Polish School of Animation – Next Generations" organized by Stowarzyszenie Rotunda /International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima/ and with the support of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of The Republic of Poland and the Polish Film Institute.

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* The KF will be presenting Day 1 (10/10/14) and Day 4 (10/14/14) of the screenings.
Days 2 and 3 will be held at a different location, not yet announced.