Media Festival ‘Man in Danger’, which is organised by the Film Museum in Lodz, focuses on the most interesting documentaries concerning threats facing modern man.
The Decalogue by Krzysztof Kieslowski presents the work of one of the most excellent and acknowledged Polish filmmakers in the world. The Decalogue by Krzysztof Kieslowski is an unprecedented 10-episode series of films produced by Polish Television as well as cinema versions of the two episodes, i.e. A Short Film
28 December 2015 marked the 120th anniversary of the first public film screening by the Lumière brothers. The Film Museum in Lodz and the Department of History and Theory of Film at the University of Lodz, together with the Polish Filmmakers Association and the Lodz Film School took this opportunity
Vita Maria Drygas won for her film “Piano” the Grand Prix and the White Cobra statuette at the 25th “Man in Danger” Festival which finished on 28 November. The jury – documentary film artists: Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, Paweł Łoziński and Wojciech Kasperski – unanimously awarded the main prize. “We appreciate how
We invite children of pre-school age, students of primary schools, middle schools and upper-secondary schools to take part in interactive classes. Selected topics cover theory (presentation and discussion) and practice during which participants use their newly-acquired knowledge to solve tasks or prepare projects related to the topic of the lesson.
The domination of the Polish Film School lasted no longer than four and a half years – from the Cannes Festival triumph of Andrzej Wajda’s Kanał in May, 1957 to the conference in Spała, Poland in October, 1960, at which Polish filmmakers were informed about the theses comprised in the