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7th Soko這wsko Film Festival Hommage à Kieslowski
September 7, 2017   
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Zbigniew Zamachowski
The 7th edition of Soko這wsko Film Festival Hommage à Kieslowski begins on the 7th of September in Soko這wsko. This year it will explore the art of irony and humour in European cinema.
The selected film's topics include bittersweet stories about the difficulties and the beauty of everyday life, national traumas and transition into adulthood. Special guests that will attend this year's edition include Kazimierz Kutz, Krzysztof Piesiewicz, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Krzysztof Zanussi, Andrzej Titkow, Piotr Jaxa, and also Maria Kieslowska, the festival's honorary patron.
It is time for the annual celebration of cinema in Soko這wsko, an important place in Kieslowski's life. This year, from the 7th to 10th of September, the festival will study the art of humour and (self-)irony in Polish cinema of the 90s.
The programme is comprised of three sections: Re:Interpretations (European feature films), a documentary section No Fiction and Hommage à Kieslowski.
This year's special guest is Zbigniew Zamachowski, whose unforgettable performances, artistic career, work experience with Kieslowski, Kutz and foreign directors, as well as his fascination with theatre, will all be discussed by Kutz and other invited guests. A recital by Zamachowski Nie tylko o mi這sci (Not Only About Love) will also be held as part of the festival.
Screenings will be accompanied by meetings with filmmakers, film experts and critics, debates featuring film directors, screenwriters, actors, editors and producers of the films shown, and also with Kieslowski's friends.
An important point of the festival will be the Kieslowski Forum, a place for a discussion about the social and cultural changes taking place in Europe.
The festival's accompanying events are also set to be very interesting. A Legal Source of Culture, a debate related to the Kieslowski Archives, featuring the director of the Legal Culture Foundation – Kinga Jakubowska, and some of the festival's guests.
The All Colours of Kie郵owski exhibition from the Kieslowski Archives in the Old Mine Science and Art Cultural Centre in Wa豚rzych will be open for the whole duration of the festival.
The full festival programme with screening times is available at www.hommageakieslowski.pl.
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