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- Nov. 22—Nov. 27, 2022
■Program and Running Time *Click here for details.
-Over 60 ¥1,100
-College Students and Under High School Students, Persons with a Disability Certificate as well as up to two caregiver accompanying ¥1,000
Celebrating the 90th anniversary of the birth of Wojciech Kilar, one of Poland's leading composers, the feature film will pick up three of his compositions. “Pan Tadeusz" written by Adam Mickiewicz, Poland's national poet, and directed by Andrzej Wajda, as well as the masterpiece "Koczak" and "Bram Stoker's Dracula" for which Eiko Ishioka is in charge of costumes.
Polish Cinema Now! will feature "EO" the latest film by festival supervisor Jerzy Skolimowski and winner of the Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, starring a donkey. Skolimowski's previous film "11 Minutes" will also be screened on the same day. "Bread and Salt" the latest film by 39-year-old up-and-coming director Damien Kocur, nominated for the Orizzonti Competition at this year's Venice International Film Festival. Based on an actual incident, this masterpiece uses the eyes and music to depict the emotions of a young man. "A Song About Love" is a cute and bittersweet love story centered around black-and-white images of a young man and woman who decide to make music together after a certain event.
Documentary films include "Chopin: I am not afraid of darkness", about three pianists who play Chopin in a place that symbolizes the division and tragedy of the world, and "Polmission. Passport's secrets", about the fact that Polish diplomats were secretly rescuing Jews.
And considering the War in Ukraine "Mr. Jones" by Agnieszka Holland, a Polish woman director.
"Bram Stoker's Dracula"
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"Bread and Salt"
"A Song About Love"
"Chopin: I am not afraid of darkness"
"Polmission. Passport's secrets"
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- The Opening of the Polish Film Festivall ＆ Welcome Message
before the 10:40 "Chopin: I am not afraid of darkness" screening
～ Guest: Urszula Osmycka (Head of the Polish Institute in Tokyo)
- Guest Talk
after the 10:40 "Chopin: I am not afraid of darkness" screening
～ Guest: Producer of this film
Nov. 26 (Sat) after the 11:00 "Chopin: I am not afraid of darkness" screening ～ Guest: Marek Sokolowski (Film scholar, cultural sociologist)
- Commentary Talk
after the 13:00 "Polmission. Passport's secrets" screening
～ Guest: Aya Sugiura (Polish Institute in Tokyo)
Nov. 22 (Tue) after the 15:00 "Mr. Jones" screening ～ Guest: Koichi Kuyama (Polish Institute in Tokyo)
Nov. 23 (Wed) after the 10:30 “Pan Tadeusz" screening ～ Guest: Koichi Kuyama (Polish Institute in Tokyo)
*The schedule is subject to change. Any further changes will be announced.