11 minutes

Directed by: Jerzy Skolimowski, 2015, 81’

March 16, Thursday, 7 PM

Cinema Nowe Horyzonty
Kazimierza Wielkiego 19a-21
Wrocław

Polish – Irish co-production capturing one day in modern Warsaw. Stories of regular residents of the capital city will unexpectedly result in a sudden apocalypse, sometimes compared to the World Trade Centre attacks.
One of the highlights of Venice Film Festival two years ago, that re-established Jerzy Skolimowski (“Start”, “The Shout”, “Essential Killing”) as one of the most original Polish film directors. During Gdynia Film Festival the film was awarded for editing by Agnieszka Gliwińska and music by Paweł Mykietyna.

guest: Agnieszka Glińska (editor)
film editor. Studied cultural studies with a focus on film at Łodź University and editing at the National Filmschool in Łodź. A member of the Polish Film Editors Society, Polish Film Academy and European Film Academy. Films edited by her were awarded at several prestigious Polish and international film festivals. Two of them: „All That I Love” directed by Jacek Borcuch and „Difret” by Zeresenay Berhane Mehari were Polish and Ethiopian Oscar candidates.

city: Warszawa