|KONKURS ! Polish Kaleidoscope: Representation of work in Polish post-communist cinema 7.02|
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The Polish Cultural Festival Association has the pleasure of inviting you to the Polish Kaleidoscope programme of events. Throughout a series of public lectures and cultural events taking place during 2011 we aim to present different cultural aspects of Modern Poland.
We hope to stimulate interesting discussions and shine the spotlight on the current issues in Polish modern culture. These issues are showcased through Polish contemporary cinema, design, animation, literature, urban design, history and language.
Throughout this series we want to bring people’s perceptions of Poland up to date and allow them to achieve a greater understanding of this rapidly changing European country.
To find out more about these events and for the latest updates check out our Facebook group.
A lecture on Polish Modern Cinema will mark the launch of this series of events:
Representation of work in Polish post-communist cinema
A talk by Ewa Mazierska
When: 7 February 2011 / 6.00 pm /
Where: Filmhouse,88 Lothian Road,Edinburgh EH3 9BZ
This talk illustrated with clips from Polish movies, such as Psy (Pigs, 1992), by Władyslaw Pasikowski, Komornik (Bailiff, 2005), by Feliks Falk and Oda do radości (Ode to Joy, 2005) by Kazejak-Dawid, Migas and Komasa will discuss the changing realities of work in postcommunist Poland and their reflection in Polish films made after 1989.
Presented by Ewa Mazierska Professor of Contemporary Cinema, University of Central Lancashire, expert on Eastern European cinema and author of numerous publications in Polish and English, famous for her Women in Polish Cinema, Masculinities in Polish, Czech and Slovak Cinema: Black Peters and Men of Marble, co-editor of Relocating Britishness and monographs on filmmakers such as Roman Polański, Jerzy Skolimowski and Nanni Moretti.
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