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Hurricane: Squadron 303

Hurricane: Squadron 303

A story about the legendary No. 303 “Kosciuszko” Polish Fighter Squadron. It’s 1940. Luftwaffe attacks RAF starting the Battle of Britain. British citizens and authorities observe German invasion of Europe with increasing fear. That’s when the excellent Polish pilots and veterans, ready to fight even outside of Poland, come to the rescue – Jan Zumbach, Witold Urbanowicz, Mirosław Ferić and Witold Łokuciewski, a.k.a. Tolo, among them. Initial mistrust of the Englishmen soon turns into awe. Hurr...
Dywizjon 303. Historia prawdziwa

Dywizjon 303. Historia prawdziwa

A film based on Arkady Fiedler’s bestselling book and the true story of Polish pilots, heroes of the Battle of Britain. Jan Zumbach, a.k.a. Donald, recovers from a plane crash in a sanatorium when World War II breaks out, forcing him to leave the country. A similar fate awaits the heroic flight instructor Witold Urbanowicz. Both of them move to Great Britain, to carry on the fight against the enemy in RAF. Soon enough, their heroic deeds catch the attention of commanders and inspire 303 Squadron – the e...
Jerzy Skolimowski is watching Identification Marks: None

Jerzy Skolimowski is watching Identification Marks: None

A documentary record of a formally unconventional interview with Jerzy Skolimowski. Nearly fifty years after the premiere of Identification Marks: None, Skolimowski talks about the genesis of his first feature film. He recalls his meeting and collaboration with Andrzej Wajda, harks back to the student days at film school, reveals behind-the-scenes details of the pre-production stage, discusses some famous scenes, acting and working with Elżbieta Czyżewska, and responds to the praise from Jean-Luc Godard t...
Macterclass

Macterclass

Animated film, about the formation of the Master, inspired by the work of Roman Polanski. Surrealistic picture with elements of macabre absurdity situation, metaphorical struggle of matter in shaping man and creator. Once "body substance" slides off the window, like the hero of the film The Tenant.