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The 14th KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to the capital this April with an exciting programme bringing together an enticing mix of film, music, visual arts and special guests showcasing the best of Polish film culture. The festival is delighted to announce that this year we celebrate the careers of 3 extraordinary Polish filmmakers; Jerzy Skolimowski, Agnieszka Holland and Andrzej Żuławski, each of whom found critical acclaim and success both at home and abroad, and who share a return to Poland for their most recent films. All three directors have confirmed the attendance at the festival so don’t miss your chance to meet them in person!
KINOTEKA’s latest edition offers audiences at venues across London an opportunity to rediscover seminal works from these legendary directors on the big screen as well as the latest films from Poland. In the New Polish Cinema strand we will be presenting Małgorzata Szumowska’s thought-provoking Body, Jacek Bromski engaging thriller Anatomy of Evil, Marcin Wrona’s atmospheric ghost story Demon, Dariusz Gajewski’s heart-stirring family drama Strange Heaven, Maciej Migas’s debut feature Life Must Go On, closing off with a tale of Poland’s swinging 50s The Eccentrics. The Sunny Side Of The Street, form veteran director Janusz Majewski. More titles to be announced soon!
KINOTEKA is presented by the Polish Cultural Institute in London in partnership with Pola Arts Foundation and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute. Venues already confirmed to participate in the 14th KINOTEKA programme include the BFI Southbank, ICA, Regents Street Cinema and the Barbican.
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