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Series of documentary films - last Thursday of each month, at 6 pm (different screening hours during the Jewish Culture Festival)

26.04.2018, 6pm
"Last Men in Aleppo", dir. Feras Fayyad, Denmark 2017, 104'
After five years of war in Syria, Aleppo's remaining residents prepare themselves for a siege. Khalid, Subhi and Mahmoud, founding members of The White Helmets, have remained in the city to help their fellow citizens and experience daily life, death, struggle and triumph in a city under fire.
Język / language: arabski / Arabic
Napisy/ subtitles: polski/ Polish

31.05.2018, 6pm
"I Am Not Your Negro", dir. Raoul Peck, USA, France, Belgium, Switzerland 2016, 89'
In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, "Remember This House." The book was to be revolutionary, personal account of the lives and succesive assassinations of three of his close friends: Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. At the time of Baldwin's death in 1987, he left behind only thirty completed pages of this manuscript.
Język / language: angielski/ English
Napisy/ subtitles: polski/ Polish

28.06.2018, 7pm
"The Peretzniks", dir. Sławomir Grünberg, Poland, USA 2009, 90'
The film tells the story of an exceptional family, which the 'Peretzniks' created for themselves in the heart of post-war Lodz, and which became perhaps even stronger because history made every effort to break it apart. 'The Peretzniks' addresses the complexities of Jewish existence in post-war Poland under the Communist regime.
Part of the 28th Jewish Culture Festival
Język / language: polski / Polish
Napisy/ subtitles: angielski/ English

28.06.2018, 9pm
"Vitch", dir. Sigal Bujman, USA 2017, 77'
Controversial choices of a Jewish artist from Poland made in order to survive the Holocaust. Eddie Vitch (née Ignacy Levkovitch) was a talented artist. In the 1930's US immigration deported him back to Europe where his mime act became a huge success. Throughout the war he performed in front of the Nazi elite and the Gestapo in Germany's most prestigious theaters.
Part of the 28th Jewish Culture Festival
Język/ language: polski/ Polish
Napisy/ subtitles: angielski/ English

26.07.2018, 6pm
"The Shutka Book of Records", dir. Aleksandar Manic, Czech Republic, Serbia, Montenegro 2005, 78'
Shutka is the largest Roma settlement in the Balkans. At least according to the words of a young local fisherman, who is the main protagonist of this documentary film, shot in co-production with Czech Television. The film is a guide through the streets of Shutka, where in every person we can find at least one national champion, or even world champion, regardless of what it is in.
Język/ language: romski, serbski, macedoński/ Serbian, Macedonian, Romani
Napisy/ subtitles: polski/ Polish

30.08.2018, 6pm
"The Land of the Enlightened", dir. Pieter-Jan De Pue, Belgium 2016, 84'
In this seamless blend of fictional and documentary form, we experience a stunning cinematic journey into the beauty of war-tormented Afghanistan. Shot over seven years on evocative 16mm footage, first-time director Pieter-Jan De Pue paints a whimsical yet haunting look at the condition of Afghanistan left for the next generation.
Język/ language: perski, angielski / Persian, English
Napisy/ subtitles: polski/ Polish

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