Polish Film Club "OKO"

Polish Film Club 'OKO'

The Polish Film Club “OKO” is a private discussion club, affiliated with the Seattle Polish Film Festival and Polish Cultural Center (both non-profit organizations), and devoted to promoting Polish-themed film art in the Pacific Northwest through exposure, education and discussion.

“OKO” means eye in Polish, and our film club is an eye onto some of the best Polish cinema has to offer; it is a year-round continuation of the Seattle Polish Film Festival, except you can help to choose the films!

The club is open free of charge to members of the Polish Cultural Center and their friends, and Friends of the Seattle Polish Film Festival. Screenings will take place once a month at the Polish Cultural Center; exact dates will depend on the Center’s calendar of events, but we will do our best to schedule them on Friday nights when the center is open for dinner – making “OKO” the perfect opportunity for dinner and a movie!

Please “like” the Seattle Polish Film Festival’s Facebook page or subscribe to the Festival newsletter by logging onto polishfilms.org to receive the latest information on all OKO screenings* and events.

*No films will be shown during the month of October, when we hope everyone will be in the theater for the 23rd Seattle Polish Film Festival, October 7-18, 2015.

The Polish Cultural Center of Seattle is located at 1714 18th Ave, Seattle WA 98122