Polish films at Lincoln Center

“Venice,” by Jan Jakub Kolski, Antoni Krauze’s epic “Black Thursday”, and “All That I Love by Jacek Borcuch” and “Suicide Room” by Jan Komasa are some of the films that are being screened at the Walter Reade Theater in Lincoln Center until Friday, September 15th.

The festival of recent Polish films has been organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in cooperation with the Polish Cultural Institute in New York and the Polish Film Institute in Warsaw.
The comprehensive showcase spotlights the most recent movies by famed filmmakers as well as newcomers. Marek Lechki, with his lyrical “Erratum” and Anna Jadowska’s “Out of Love” represent interesting voices of young cinema. Some of the films presented at the “Transitions: Recent Polish Cinema” have already been viewed at international festivals and have won awards.

The program includes the best Polish short films created in the last year, animations, including “Switez” by Kamil Polak, as well as documentaries. The “Transitions” series will also revisit digitally restored classics by Jerzy Kawelorowicz and Janusz Morgenstern. Some filmmakers are coming from Poland to meet with American viewers for Q&As.

Although “Transitions” has been put together for the American audience, Natalia Babinski from the Polish Cultural Institute says that organizers also count on the Polish audience. “It is one of the very few opportunities to see the most recent Polish films. Half of them premiered at this year’s festival in Gdynia. Some of them like “Out of Love” have not even been presented in Poland,” she added.

For more information, contact: PolishCuluture-NYC.org.




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