Polish cinema showcased in London
PR dla Zagranicy
The annual ‘Kinoteka’ Polish Film Festival which gives a cross-section of the best in Polish cinema is on in London.
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The programme of the three-week festival includes a retrospective of the output of late director Krzysztof Krauze, who passed away in 2014, with the screening of such films as Papusza, My Nikifor and Birds Are Singing in Kigali.
A selection of the latest films by young directors Anna Jadowska, Bodo Kox and Kasia Adamik, of pre-war Polish productions, and of films focusing on Polish-Jewish history are also included in the programme.
Among the guests of ‘Kinoteka’ is prominent Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi, who will have a question-and-answer session with the audience after the screening of one of his early features, The Structure of Crystals.
The festival runs until 29 March. A detailed programme is available on the website of the Polish Cultural Institute in London. (mk/vb)