FILMS

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THE MOLE
September 2011
MINKOWSKI | SAGA
April 2013
CHILDREN OF SOLIDARNOSC
July 2006
August 2005. Poland celebrates the 25th anniversary of Solidarnosc  (Solidarity).
Klementyna was born at the beginning of the movement that changed her country’s history. In 1980, her father wrote a song for her, To my daughter, that became the anthem of the anti-Communist opposition.
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OUT OF THE LIMELIGHT
September 2018
BYE, BYE DUBLIN!
December 2011
Like thousands of other young Poles, Klementyna and Wojtek immigrated to Ireland in 2005. Four years later, they decided to go back home. The economic crisis which has suddenly affected Irish economy within the last few months is one of the main reasons for their return, but not the crucial one. 
A SHADOWED GAZE
March 1999
For fifty years, Willy Holt was silent. He wanted to live, to have a family : he needed to forget. In 1995, however, this famous art director decided to pass on his memory through the story of his deportation. Confronting his words with those of his daughter, of high school students and of his companions of misfortune (Jorge Semprun, Roman Polanski), he tries to give meaning to his survival. 
CHILDREN OF SOLIDARNOSC
July 2006
August 2005. Poland celebrates the 25th anniversary of Solidarnosc  (Solidarity).
Klementyna was born at the beginning of the movement that changed her country’s history. In 1980, her father wrote a song for her, To my daughter, that became the anthem of the anti-Communist opposition.
HERBERTM
BARBARIAN IN THE GARDEN
In progress
Zbigniew Herbert was one of the best-known poets of the 20th century, and in his homeland of Poland – he was more than that: a moral guide, whose poems were learnt by heart in the days of grappling with communism, as justification is found in them for life’s choices.
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THE MOLE
September 2011
MINKOWSKI | SAGA
April 2013
THE ART OF SILENCE
July 2008
For Jerzy Mierzejewski, painting is the "art of silence"; by means of what is visible, it allows us to reach the invisible.
A man of great erudition and great personal charm - he is no longer able to work. However, his mind and consciousness are very lively. 
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DON GIOVANNI, BEHIND THE SCENE
April 2003
Warsaw, November 2002. The National Opera House is preparing a new adaptation of the masterpiece of W. A. Mozart ; « Don Giovanni ». Two weeks before the premiere… Still plenty to do…
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A SHADOWED GAZE
March 1999
For fifty years, Willy Holt was silent. He wanted to live, to have a family : he needed to forget. In 1995, however, this famous art director decided to pass on his memory through the story of his deportation. Confronting his words with those of his daughter, of high school students and of his companions of misfortune (Jorge Semprun, Roman Polanski), he tries to give meaning to his survival. 
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THE ALGERIAN WAR
In progress
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OUT OF THE LIMELIGHT
September 2018
BYE, BYE DUBLIN!
December 2011
Like thousands of young Poles, Klementyna and Wojtek immigrated to Ireland in 2005. Four years later, they decided to go back home. The economic crisis which has affected Irish economy within the last few months is one of the main reasons for their return, but not the crucial one. 
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CHILDREN OF SOLIDARNOSC
July 2006
August 2005. Poland celebrates the 25th anniversary of Solidarnosc  (Solidarity).
Klementyna was born at the beginning of the movement that changed her country’s history. In 1980, her father wrote a song for her, To my daughter, that became the anthem of the anti-Communist opposition.
More info 
HEARINGS
October 2000
During the trial of Papon, this film depicts the coverage by journalists, reporters and court artists of one of the greatest trials in French history. It shows how journalists, effectively working as a closed group, agreed or disagreed on information, and how they dealt with the length of the trial and the editorial pressure they were subjected to. “Hearings” lays bare the ins and outs of both the judicial process and the journalist’s profession.
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CELA [tsela]
September 1996
CELA [tsèla] thinks that her grandmother's family hapiness is a miracle. She tells the story of her life, as tortured as the one of her country; Poland, and we discover that she sherishes in a romantic and nostalgic way, the disappointed memory of a war love affair which for a long time remained mythical for her. It was during the war, when she met a French prisoner in a camp...
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