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KOMEDA. THE PRIVATE LIFE OF JAZZ.  Magdalena Grzebałkowska

KOMEDA. THE PRIVATE LIFE OF JAZZ. Magdalena Grzebałkowska

18 września | 15:00 - 16:00
A man of secrets. He never wrote any letter or diary. Most of what we know about Krzysztof Komeda comes from his wife’s memories, more often than not conflicting with what others recall. To learn the truth about one of the greatest Polish musicians, whose lullaby from Rosemary’s Baby was hummed by the entire world, the author visited Scandinavia, Russia and the US, among many others. She found the last living witness of a tragic fall from a slope and is the first one to let him voice his side of the s...
KIEŚLOWSKI. A CLOSE-UP. Katarzyna Surmiak-Domańska

KIEŚLOWSKI. A CLOSE-UP. Katarzyna Surmiak-Domańska

18 września | 17:00 - 18:00 | MULTIKINO - screening room 8
“– What’s up, Krzysiek? – Well, I’m in Warsaw. Trying to make some films. Struggling a bit. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t…” Filmmaking certainly worked out for Krzysiek. Few could compare. How come a boy who had been trying to avoid a family illness became a film director? How come the creator written off by his closest collaborators achieved a global success? Why did the world at the end of the 20th century want to see him as a prophet? And why – as one of his friends pu...
ANDRZEJ AND KRYSTYNA. LATE CHORES.  Witold Bereś, Krzysztof Burnetko

ANDRZEJ AND KRYSTYNA. LATE CHORES. Witold Bereś, Krzysztof Burnetko

18 września | 18:00 - 19:00
Andrzej Wajda and Krystyna Zachwatowicz were the most creative Polish couple, whose elaborate activity only began with the Manggha Museum. Next came the Wajda School in Warsaw, media company Agora, Józef Czapski’s Pavilion and Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion with artist’s stained-glass windows in Krakow. Together they made films and plays. All their ventures have been well-described based on conversations with both artists and thousands of private notes made by Andrzej Wajda until the end of the war. Plu...
“LITTLE ROSE” AND OTHER SCREENPLAYS. Maciej Karpiński

“LITTLE ROSE” AND OTHER SCREENPLAYS. Maciej Karpiński

19 września | 15:00 - 16:00
A rarity on Polish publishing market: screenplays with commentaries by their author – a lecturer, writer, playwright, translator and an author of a screenwrit- ing handbook, but – most importantly – an excellent screenwriter who wrote screenplays for Little Rose, In Hiding or The Fastest, all of which can be found in this book. An invaluable read for young filmmakers, budding screenwriters and cinephiles. As the author puts it, every screenplay is “a structure open to the reader’s imagination, be...
DANUTA SZAFLARSKA. HER TIME. Gabriel Michalik

DANUTA SZAFLARSKA. HER TIME. Gabriel Michalik

19 września | 16:30 - 17:30
Danuta Szaflarska’s world kept changing frantically. She spent her childhood in a Galician village, grew up in Nowy Sacz and Krakow, took her first steps among the cultural elite in pre-war Warsaw and debuted in occupied Vilnius only to re- turn to the war-torn capital and go through what she later performed in Forbidden Songs – the film which brought her immense fame.  Following big and small parts in theatre, film and on the historical stage of the Polish People’s Republic, her career came to ...