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Eventhough the room was not overcrowded the film evoked strong emotions andafter the screening there was a spontaneous half-hour discussion onsuch topics as parenting and future of young people. Among the six digitally remastered classics is Krzystof Zanussi ‘s Constant Factor about a young and honest man who looks for a life of constant values but whose ideals get shattered by reality. Even though their talents are limited they decide to do anything it takes to make it on the big stage. The winner decided to keep the voucher for a cake and give the other prize — the voucher for driving lessons — her friend, Edyta. Loosely basing his film on his own life experience, Bartek Konopka’s protagonist, Tomek is a successful news anchor who has just started a family. The inalienable father-son link also appears to grab the attention of directors Bartek Konopka and Marek Lechki, whose movies Fear of Falling and Erratum respectively, hint to the need to settle old family accounts. The director decided to create a story around the real Kobranocka to show relationships forming between the members of the musical community. The luckiest one was Magda who drew two prizes.

My Father’s Bike, which comes to cinemas in Poland on November 13th, received a standing ovation in Melbourne and Sydney. Watch Database of Polish Film. Eventhough the room was not overcrowded the film evoked strong emotions andafter the screening there was a spontaneous half-hour discussion onsuch topics as parenting and future of young people. Polish Cinema Boom in Australia no image Off. Cast and crew of “I love you like Ireland” via Aleksander Debski on facebook. During the break the guests had an opportunity to taste the magnificent creamy chocolate cake prepared by Lidia Cakes. Among the six digitally remastered classics is Krzystof Zanussi ‘s Constant Factor about a young and honest man who looks for a life of constant values but whose ideals get shattered by reality.

In Erratum on the other hand, the thirty something year old protagonist reevaluates his current life through the prism of the town from which he escaped many years earlier. During the break the guests had an opportunity to taste the magnificent creamy chocolate dekbski prepared by Lidia Cakes. It is only when he receives a message from a psychiatric hospital informing him of his father’s illness that he is reminded of his need to face, forgive and accept his father.

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Canberra – screenings of 5 films take place in the Arc Cinema in Acton between October 18th and 20th.

The film’s producers reports from Australia “The reception of the film was incredible. Normandzka 38 Krakow Tel.

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You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Their first attempts are not successful, but when they meet a popular Polish band Kobranocka their career starts to pick up. The luckiest one was Magda who drew two prizes. Sydney – screenings take place in the Ritz Cinema in Randwick between October 19th and 28th Melbourne – screenings take place dembzki the Classic Cinema in Elsternwick between October 11th and 21st Canberra – screenings of 5 films take place in the Arc Cinema in Acton between October 18th and 20th Film programme: He has the chance to do the simple things he hadn’t done in years and must see his father again, with a twist of fate coming into the narrative, the film is a tale of redemption.

Emerging from the 13 features screened during the Festival, father-son relationships and unresolved affairs seem to be in the limelight. The inalienable father-son link also demvski to grab the attention of directors Bartek Konopka and Marek Lechki, whose movies Fear of Falling and Erratum respectively, hint to edmbski need rilm settle old family accounts.

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Support us Become a Friend Make a donation Supporters. Polish Cinema Boom in Australia no image Off. Among the attractions there were also workshops for children, presentation of polish business and charity stand from Marie Curie Cancer Care. The title of the film is derived from one of their hit songs. Even though their talents are limited they filmm to do anything it takes to make aleksajder on the big stage.

A lot of things were happening. The second day of the festival — Friday,18th October —was as usually full of attractions.

The premiere of the picture is planned for the first quarter of I Love You Like Ireland is a humorous story of two friends who reconnect after years of being apart and aldksander to achieve success in the music business. Polish musical quasi-documentary in production Featured Katarzyna Grynienko Category Special screenings Feature films Polish film poster exhibitions.

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With a collection of nearly 20 current features, Polish classics and Short films, the Polish Film Festival comes to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra for the first time. The events from the third day — 19th of October — were supported by Polish Saturday School in Belfast. The cinema was full, there was a standing ovation, people had tears in their eyes”.

Apart from the previously mentioned firms we also would like to thank: Melbourne – screenings take place in the Classic Cinema in Elsternwick between October 11th and 21st.

The patron of all activities and festival events was Nasz Express — magazine for Polish community abroad in the Northern Ireland. Cast and crew of “I love you like Ireland” via Aleksander Debski on facebook. Krzysztof Urtate has experience as a wedding band manager and Adam Hendzel is a star of the iSing.

ITI Cinema With a collection of nearly 20 current features, Polish classics and Short films, laeksander Polish Film Festival comes to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra and presents stories of burdens passed on from one generation to another, unresolved issues that come back to haunt us, love affairs that overcome all adversities and apparently insignificant incidents that end up changing lives. Still from Eugen Illes’ Mania Editor: Play Poland Film Festival is still going on in other cities so if you can manage feel invited!

My Father’s Bike, which comes to cinemas in Poland on November 13th, received a standing ovation in Melbourne and Sydney.

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After the break two short films were screened: Advertise Advertisement Opportunities Sponsorship Opportunities. While Andrzej Wajda ‘s The Promised Land depicts “the raw, real, uncivilised reality of capitalism” as commentators wrote, Eugen Illes’ silent film Mania. The last one made the public laugh to tears as the room was singing along to the film soundtrack. The film and theatre director, together with actor and director Jerzy Stuhr are this year’s special guests.