Seminar: The Lodz Film School & Polish Cinema
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Ballada o Dzikim Zachodzie, Dir. Jan Budkiewicz, Poland, 1960, 11 min.



Organised in association with the Polish Cultural Institute, this seminar focuses on the internationally renowned Lodz Film School and its graduates, which include luminaries such as Krzysztof Kieślowski and Andrzej Wajda. The discussion examines the school’s unique approach to film teaching and considers its place within world cinema. 

Polish directors and graduates of the film school Pawel Lozinski (You Have No Idea How Much I Love You, 2018), Ewa Podgórska (Diagnosis, featured in this year’s FoR) and Wojciech Staroń (Argentinian Lesson, 2011, Brothers, 2015 (featured in FoR 2016)) will discuss the institution’s role in the development of their work, as well as its broader influence on non-fiction cinema internationally.

This event is presented in conjunction with KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival.
 
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05:00 pm
Thu, 18 Apr 2019
Studio

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