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France’s 12th Kinopolska pays tribute to Gombrowicz

30.11.2019 14:00
The 12th Kinopolska Festival is under way in Paris, exploring the work of Polish directors and paying homage to famous writer Witold Gombrowicz.
Poster of the 12th Kinopolska festival, held in Paris in NovemberDecember 2019.
Poster of the 12th Kinopolska festival, held in Paris in November/December 2019.Photo: Facebook page of Kinopolska

The event, which is being hosted at Paris's Cinema Le Balzac, balances classic works with some of the latest critical successes to have emerged from Poland.

Three seminal films based on Gombrowicz’s novels are presented at the festival – Jerzy Skolimowski’ Ferdydurke, Jan Jakub Kolski’s Pornography and Andrzej Żuławski’s Cosmos, among others.

This year's edition of the event was inaugurated on Friday evening with the screening of Filip Bajon’s movies – Panie Dulskie and Kamerdyner, followed by a meet-and-great with the director.

Three feature films – Michał Rosa’s Piłsudski, Jagoda Szelec’s Monument and Jan Komasa’s Corpus Chrisiti – compete for the festival’s main prize.

The Kinopolska event has been organized by the Polish Institute in Paris since 2008. It runs until Monday.


Source: IAR