Polish Documentary Films at Open City London Film Festival

 

16 - 19 June 2011
Torrington Place,
Bloomsbury,
London
Tickets: £5 or less, 
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10,000 tickets at £5 or less, 140 films, 20 cyclists powering the open air cinema, 10 acclaimed jurors, 6 screens, 5 prizes, outside bar and café, live music, barbeque, farmers market, 4 days.

The Open City London Documentary Festival will present a selection of Polish documentary films including:

16th June – 2pm Screen 2
Little Bride
Les!aw Dobrucki, 2009, Poland, 14'

16th June – 6pm AV Hill
What Happened on Pam Island
E. Kubarska, 2010, Poland, 63'

16th June – 6.30pm AV Hill
Decleration of Immortality
Marcin Kosza!ka, 2010, Poland, 29'

17th June – 4.40pm Screen 3
Oh God Dear God
Julia Pop!awska, 2010, Poland, 12'

18th June – 10.30am Screen 3 &
19th June – 1.30pm Darwin Theatre
The Fourth Man
Krzsztof Kasior, 2010, Poland, 21'

18th June – 1.20pm AV Hill
A Screening at the Tatry Cinema
Igor Chojna, 2010, Poland, 27'

19th June – 1.20pm Screen 2
That’s Life
Daniel Zielinski, 2010, Poland, 27'

19th June – 1.30pm Darwin Theatre
Out of Reach
Jakub Stozek, 2010, Poland 30'
The Dog Hill
Grzegorz Zariczny, 2010, Poland, 29'
Honeymoon
Grzegorz Krawiec, 2009, Poland, 29'


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