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Short film on Polish poet Norwid premieres online

13.04.2021 15:00
A short film on Cyprian Kamil Norwid, one of the most important Polish Romantic poets, has premiered online to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
Image:Polish Book Institute

The film, entitled Vade-mecum, presents Norwid, who was born in Poland in 1821, as a man whose non-conformist style and outsider attitude made him largely unrecognized during his lifetime.

His poetry and art were rediscovered by the Young Poland movement at the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th. He died in Paris in 1883.

Vade-mecum was animated by brothers Stephen and Timothy Quay. The renowned American filmmakers' best-known work is Street of Crocodiles (1986), based on a short novel by celebrated Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz.

The brothers cite Polish animator Walerian Borowczyk as a major influence on their work.

Their new film, produced by the Polish Cultural Institute in London and the Polish Book Institute, can be viewed here:


Source: IAR