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Krakow Film Festival remembers Kieslowski

At the 56th Krakow Film Festival, in a special series, about a dozen extraordinary documentary films will be shown, made by Krzysztof Kieślowski in 1970s. Among them, there are outstanding films awarded in Krakow, among others, the winners of the Festival’s Grand Prix: “From a Night Porter’s Point of View,” “Seven Women of Different Ages,” “Hospital,” and “First Love.”

A detailed programme of the retrospective will be published on the website www.krakowfilmfestival.pl/en/ in April.

Wajda in documentary film

Krzysztof Gierat and Andrzej Wajda, ph. T. Korczynski

An amazing film review dedicated to the most outstanding Polish film-maker, Andrzej Wajda, who celebrates his 90th birthday this year. The key to the selection was depicting Andrzej Wajda from various perspectives and different sides of the camera. The review is split into three parts: “Wajda in someone else’s lens,” “Wajda the portraitist,” “Autobiographical Wajda,”.

More information about the review HERE.

The Swedish Theory of Love

“The Swedish Theory of Love” is an attempt to confront the stereotypical, extremely idealistic perception of Sweden (and the Nordic countries in general). The director strives to examine this view, meticulously exploring the real nature of Swedish society.

Swedish cinema will be the special guest at the 56th Krakow Film Festival. The series begins with the screening of the film “The Swedish Theory of Love,” by the well-known, uncompromising Swedish-Italian documentary film-maker Erik Gandini. The screening with the participation of the director is held on May 30.

More details can be found HERE.

The partner of the series is the Swedish Film Institute.

The distributor of the film “The Swedish Theory of Love” in Poland is Against Gravity.

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