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New Horizons on Tour
January 26, 2012   
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The eight most popular movies screened at last year’s New Horizons International Film Festival in Wrocław will be shown as part of the New Horizons on Tour project, which takes in 22 Polish cities until March 22.

The films include Once Upon a Time in Anatolia by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, which won the Grand Prix award at the Cannes film festival, and the winner of the New Polish Films competition at the New Horizons festival, It Looks Pretty from a Distance (Z daleka widok jest piękny), directed by painter Wilhelm Sasnal and his wife Anka.

Polish audiences will also see Arirang, a personal film by Kim Ki-duk, which won prizes at Cannes and Wrocław, and Paula Markovitch’s The Prize (El premio) with cinematography by Wojciech Staroń, widely acclaimed at the Berlin Film Festival. New Horizons on Tour will also feature the experimental The Undertaker (A sírásó) and The Turin Horse (A Torinói ló), the last movie by Hungarian maestro Béla Tarr. The movie won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. There will also be the latest offerings from Urszula Antoniak (Code Blue) and Bruno Dumont (Outside Satan/Hors Satan).

The eight movies will be shown in Warsaw, Cracow, Toruń, Poznań, Katowice, Wrocław, Częstochowa, Gliwice, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Lublin, Łódź, Olsztyn, Białystok, Rzeszów, Kielce, Tarnów, Konin, Nowy Sącz, Elbląg, Gorzów Wielkopolski and Opole.

The New Horizons International Film Festival features unconventional films by directors-screenwriters, pictures that search for a new cinematic expression and explore intriguing forms and ones that tackle subjects that are absent from mainstream productions. Alongside movies, New Horizons audiences can see a variety of exhibitions and plays and attend concerts, lectures and workshops.

For further information go to www.nowehoryzonty.pl
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