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Film Music Festival
April 16, 2008   
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The third Krzysztof Komeda Film Music Festival will be held in Warsaw April 19-20 to pay homage to Krzysztof Komeda Trzciński, a Polish jazz composer and pianist who influenced international jazz and film music in the 1960s.

The festival will screen films with music by the composer, who died April 23, 1969. There will also be concerts featuring Polish jazz stars and meetings with special guests. The festival will be accompanied by an exhibition of photographs dedicated to Komeda from the collection of journalist and photographer Marek Karewicz.

Komeda composed soundtracks for 65 films, including Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby. He died in Warsaw as a result of a serious accident that he suffered in the United States.

Festival events

April 19
7 p.m.-opening of the festival;
7:15 p.m.-concert by Lora Szafran & Andrzej Jagodziński Trio & String Quartet-Komeda's music arranged by Andrzej Jagodziński;
8:30 p.m.-meeting with Paweł Sztompke, music director of Polish Radio 1, preceding an 8:45 p.m. showing of Zbrodniarz i panna (The Criminal and the Lady), a film directed by Janusz Nasfeter;
10 p.m.-"Film Impressions for Piano Solo"
featuring Lena Ledoff;
10:15 p.m.-screening of Komeda, a documentary film directed by Krzysztof Riege.

April 20
7:10 p.m.-"Komeda: A 21st Century Project," concert featuring Antymos Apostolis, Piotr Iwicki, Janusz "Yanina" Iwański, Milo Kurtis, and Marek Pospieszalski;
8:30 p.m.-meeting with film director Jerzy Hoffman preceding a 9 p.m. screening of his film Prawo i pię¶ć (The Law and the First);
10:30 p.m.-"Film Impressions for Piano Solo" featuring Lena Ledoff;
10:45 p.m.-showing of Wybrańcy bogów umieraj± młodo (Fortune's Darlings Die Young), a documentary directed by Krzysztof Bukowski;
11:30 p.m.-closing of the festival.


Klub M25, 25 Mińska St., Warsaw
Organizers: Agencja Ika Art.Wojciechowscy and Jazz Art Foundation
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