The lives of several people from Warsaw are intertwined for just 11 minutes. These minutes turn out to be crucial for their ultimate fate.
Poland, 1990. The first euphoric year of freedom, but also of uncertainty for the future. Four apparently happy women of different ages decide it's time to change their lives, and fulfill their desires.
A story of love, friendship and the pursuit of adventure during the bloody and brutal reality of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
Young wannabe musicians from the countryside decide to write hit songs and top music charts to become legends of disco polo.
“ON THE SILVER GLOBE” - THE SECOND LIFE OF A PROHIBITED MOVIE
“On the Silver Globe” is the most unique project of famous Polish director Andrzej Żuławski. Filming the movie, which was conducted with a huge flourish, was interrupted in 1977 by the authorities. 11 years later Żuławski finished his movie in Warsaw and Cracow, adding narration to explain missing scenes. Now the film has gotten its second life due to digital… [read more]
“CALL ME MARIANNA” – AN INTERVIEW WITH CINEMATOGRAPHER KACPER CZUBAK
A STORY ABOUT THE NEED FOR ACCEPTANCE
“Call Me Marianna ” is an award-winning documentary. This story is told by a 40-year-old Polish woman, who finally decides to fight for her freedom. She must sue her parents in court, because this is the only way to legally change her gender. The film’s cinematographer, Kacper Czubak, agreed to… [read more]
The 24th annual Seattle Polish Film Festival has begun!
Independent & Short Film Showcase
October 19-20 7:30pm
Polish Home, 1714 18th Ave, Seattle 98122
Wednesday, Oct 19 2016 8:29 pm