The path to Polish independence in cinematography
‘The Paths to Polish Independence in Cinematography’ is a screening of a selected Polish cinematographic films which show the ideology of Polish independence from different aspects over the last 100 years of Polish history. The films refer not only to the events that occurred in 1918, but – keeping in mind the broader historical context – to the free and independent Polish ideology, exposing important events for Poland and Poles, events where shaping our social and national awareness brought our independence closer to us.
Project organized in frame of the 5th Polish Culture Festival with the support of Polish Embassy in Luxembourg.
The Promised Land [Ziemia obiecana] 1975, Andrzej Wajda
Ashes and Diamonds [Popiół i diament] 1958, Andrzej Wajda
Man of Marble [Człowiek z marmuru] 1977, Andrzej Wajda
Warsaw 44 [Miasto 44] 2014 Jan Komasa
Katyń 2007 Andrzej Wajda
Volhynia [Wołyń] 2016 Wojciech Smarzowski
Battle of Warsaw 1920 [1920 Bitwa Warszawska], 2011 Jerzy Hoffman
Jack Strong 2014 Władysław Pasikowski
Start: 20h00, free entry. Original versions with English subtitles.