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Polish films in New York

02.05.2021 07:00
Seven Polish feature films are on the programme of Kino Polska: New Polish Cinema, an event which is being held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
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The festival has been organized in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute in the city.

It features some of the best new works from Poland, including Mr. Jones by Agnieszka Holland, one of Poland’s most acclaimed directors, as well as movies by  a “new generation of boundary-pushing filmmakers.”

These include Mariusz Wilczyński’s surrealist hand-drawn animated feature Kill It and Leave This Town, Bartosz Kruhlik’s vision of dystopian blood feuds (Supernova), and the New York premiere of Poland’s Oscar submission Never Gonna Snow Again by Małgorzata Szumowska.

The New Polish Cinema event runs until May 6.