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Masterpieces of the Polish Cinema by Martin Scorsese at the Denver Film Society's Sie FilmCenter

August 12, 2014

A 21-film retrospective of digitally restored works from Poland's Golden Age, 1957-1987 August 12th - August 19th, 2014 2510 E Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80206


August 12, 2014

7:00pm Camouflage

Director in-person


August 13, 2014

7:00pm The Illumination

Director in-person


August 14, 2014

7:00pm Ashes and Diamonds


August 15, 2014

2:20pm Austeria

4:30pm The Hour-Glass Sanatorium

7:00pm Pharaoh

10:00pm A Short Film About Killing


August 16, 2014

11:00am The Promised Land

2:30pm The Last Day Of Summer

4:00pm Black Cross

7:30pm The Constant Factor

9:30pm Eroica


August 17, 2014

11:00am The Saragossa Manuscript

2:30pm The Wedding

4:30pm Mother Joan Of Angels

7:00pm Man of Iron


August 18, 2014

2:30pm Innocent Sorcerers

4:30pm Blind Chance

7:00pm Night Train


August 19, 2014

2:30pm To Kill This Lovehttp://www.poland.us/back_office/index.php?m=20&group_id=55&a=1

4:30pm Jump


Martin Scorsese has curated a selection of landmark Polish films, all newly restored, from some of the country's most accomplished and lauded filmmakers, such as Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Krzysztof Zanussi, Jerzy Kawalerowicz, and Wojciech Has. Zanussi will appear in person as the Academy launches the series on May 2 with a screening of two of his films: the acidic college comedy Camouflage and the stirring drama The Constant Factor. The remaining series spans 1957–87 and encompasses the mind-bending absurdism of The Hourglass Sanatorium, the noir-tinted existentialism of Night Train, the New Wave eccentricities of Innocent Sorcerers, the period elegance of The Promised Land and much more. In partnership with the Cinefamily, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences screens 19 of Scorsese's 21 selections across two venues and over two months.

Organized by Propaganda Foundation, DI Factory, CRF, and The Film Foundation, in cooperation with Kino RP, Milestone Films, Tor, Zebra, and Kadr, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, the Polish Film Institute and the Polish National Audiovisual Institute.