NOVEMBER 12TH, SUNDAY
SHORT NARRATIVE AND DOCUMENTARY FILMS PROGRAM
Screening Room 1
Przed zmierzchem/Before Dusk dir. Łukasz Nowak, short narrative film, 2023, 24 min.
Lazy holidays. Janek wanders around his native town, a famous resort, with a pack of his closest friends. One day, his attention is drawn to a beautiful vacationer. Their short acquaintance reveals Janek’s trauma.
Kto Ci będzie okna mył?/Who Will Clean Your Windows? dir. Dariusz Janiczak, documentary, 2022, 43 min.
The last year of school is a very difficult time for Darek, a 24-year-old student with intellectual disabilities. He leaves the place where he spent more than 10 years and must start all over again. During this trying time, he can count on his friend from school, Daniel, to help him cope with this new challenge. Together they reflect on passing and loss, and Darek records on his camera what is important to him. Each of them, in their own way, must cope with what they do not fully understand and what they will face.
Głos/The Voice dir. Dominika Montean-Pańków, documentary, 2022, 73 min.
Screening Room 1
Filip/Filip dir. Michał Kwieciński, drama, 2022, 125 min.
Polish war drama based on the semi-biographical novel by Leopold Tyrmand. In 1943, Filip, a young Polish Jew, escapes from the Warsaw Ghetto. Disguised as a French gentile, Filip works as a waiter in an exclusive hotel restaurant in Frankfurt and enjoys all the charms of life surrounded by luxury, beautiful women, and friends from all over Europe.
Films are not rated and are all subtitled in English. Films do not reflect views or opinions of the organizers and may include mature themes. The organizers reserve the right to change the program without notice.