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24th of July, 10:00
1st of August, 13:00
Shown in Szczechura: New Generation with:
Killer Sprout vs. Giant Sprout , Little Frog, Perfidy, Pink Train, Survival Opera, The Black Burlesque, The Programme, The Rain, Tingiel Tangiel, Unfaithful Portrait, Within The Walls
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Szczechura: New Generation
60’
subtitles: Polish and English
Killer Sprout vs. Giant Sprout
Morderczy kiełek kontra giga kotek
Poland 1999 / 5’
director: Lesław Dobrucki
screenplay: Lesław Dobrucki
music: Jarosław Siwiński
visual design: Lesław Dobrucki
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

A short crime-gangster story set in contemporary Warsaw. Many jokes, chases and drastic scenes.


Little Frog
Żabcia
Poland 1993 / 7’
director: Iza Poniatowska
screenplay: Iza Poniatowska
cinematography: Jan Wojciechowski
visual design: Iza Poniatowska
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

The calm of a lonely man is disturbed incessantly by a fly that from time to time changes into a sexy woman.  


Perfidy
Perfidia
Poland 1996 / 6’
director: Iza Poniatowska
screenplay: Jan Kamiński
cinematography: Jan Wojciechowski
editing: Ewa Ziobrowska, Iza Poniatowska
visual design: Iza Poniatowska
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

A man sitting at a table in an empty room. Before him – a photo of a woman. Next to him – a spider weaving its web. A poignant story on hidden dreams of a lonely man.


Pink Train
Różowy pociąg
Poland 1995 / 3’
director: Tomasz Sadlej
screenplay: Tomasz Sadlej
cinematography: Adam Dąbrowski
music: Aleksandra Stępniewska
visual design: Tomasz Sadlej
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

A funny story stylised using naive art and set in an idyllic landscape. Sunday painting intertwines here with surreal dreams and fairy-tale symbols.


Survival Opera
Opera ocalenia
Poland 1998 / 6’
director: Tomasz Kozak
screenplay: Tomasz Kozak
cinematography: Jan Wojciechowski
editing: Anna Ewert
music: Jarosław Siwiński
visual design: Tomasz Kozak
production: Akademia Filmu i Telewizji w Warszawie, Program II Telewizji Polskiej SA
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

Already Charlie Chaplin showed the threats to life brought by automatisation of labour. Is it possible that in the post-industrial era a new faith in possibilities to save the human race is born?


The Black Burlesque
Czarna burleska
Poland 1996 / 5’
director: Tomasz Kozak
screenplay: Tomasz Kozak
cinematography: Jan Wojciechowski
editing: Anna Ewert
music: Jarosław Siwiński
visual design: Tomasz Kozak
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

Drastic sex scenes and surreal humour in a science-fiction story set in a totalitarian reality.


The Programme
Program
Poland 1980 / 5’
director: Joanna Żamojdo
screenplay: Joanna Żamojdo
cinematography: Zbigniew Sokalik
editing: Maria Mastalińska
animation: Joanna Żamojdo
production: Wytwórnia Filmów Oświatowych w Łodzi
source of print: Filmoteka Narodowa
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

Under the rule of the previous regime, television belonged to workers and farmers. And – more or less – so did the programmes.


The Rain
Deszcz
Poland 1990 / 4’
director: Elżbieta Wąsik
screenplay: Elżbieta Wąsik
music: Rolf Zielke
visual design: Elżbieta Wąsik
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

An attempt to interpret visually a musical piece about rain by Rolf Zielke.


Tingiel Tangiel
Poland 1989 / 6’
director: Krzysztof Kokoryn
screenplay: Krzysztof Kokoryn
visual design: Krzysztof Kokoryn
production: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

A young man in a comic-book-like reality. Surrounded by both unusual and common things. Sex, sensation and omnipresent television. And a black cat.


Unfaithful Portrait
Portret niewierny
Poland 1981 / 8’
director: Ewa Bibańska
screenplay: Ewa Bibańska
cinematography: Zbigniew Sokalik
music: Jan Kanty Pawluśkiewicz
visual design: Daniel Szczechura
production: WFO w Łodzi
awards: Kraków OFFK 1981 – Brązowy Lajkonik / Bronze Hobby-Horse
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

A funny visual puzzle: one half of a human face would do anything to find its other half. But it’s not that easy...


Within The Walls
W murach
Poland 1987 / 5’
director: Ewa Ziobrowska
screenplay: Ewa Ziobrowska
cinematography: Jan Maciej Ptasiński
editing: Hanna Michalewicz
music: Krzysztof Knittel
visual design: Ewa Ziobrowska
production: SMF w Warszawie
language: no dialogues
colouration: b&w

The main character passes other people. He goes through a wall by taking several bricks out of it and he gets rid of them later. It is a harder job with another wall. Finally, he gets trapped between two walls...

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