Polish director Ewa Podgorska’s dreamlike Diagnosis (Diagnoza) is a journey into the depths of a city through the memories and emotions of its inhabitants. Inspired by the concept of urban psychology, the film portrays the city as a space of resistance, recovery and alienation, as it asks us to reflect on how our social interactions shape the spaces around us.
With its deft balance of the personal and societal, Diagnosis reframes our understanding of the built environment, encouraging us to consider how we can care for each other to find a deeper sense of belonging in urban spaces.
This screening is followed by a Q&A with director Ewa Podgórska.
This screening is presented in conjunction with KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival
The Seminar: The Lodz Film School & Polish Cinema features as part of this year's festival.
Wed, 17 Apr 2019
£14 full, £12 concs.
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