Poland Tag Archive

A Spiteful Shadow Frustrates the Romantic Aspirations of a Lonely Man in Tomek Pilarski’s ‘But She’s Nice…’

Animation

13th February, 2017

After making a friend of solitude, a lonely man attempts to break out of his isolation to find love in Tomek Pilarski's textured black & white animation.

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Rysy: Father

Music

24th November, 2016

Director Martyna Iwańska and electronic duo Rysy combine forces to beguile and unsettle us with a VFX amalgamated display of powerfully alluring bodies.

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DN344: United States of Love – Tomasz Wasilewski

Live Action, Podcasts

18th November, 2016

Tomasz Wasilewski returns to the DN podcast with a tale of lust, isolation and loneliness in which four woman decide it's time to change their lives.

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Playground

Film Festival, Live Action

8th November, 2016

Based on a heinous true life story Bartosz Kowalski's debut feature uncompromisingly explores the link between troubled upbringings and child psychopathy.

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Krzysztof Grajper Executes a One-Shot Symbiotic Dance of Hope and Sadness for Duit’s ‘All the People’

Music

5th August, 2016

DN speaks to Polish Director Krzysztof Grajper about his striking one-shot shadow dance music video for Duit's ‘All the People’

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DN335: Hanna Polak Unearths the Treacherous Journey of Life on a Moscow Rubbish Dump in ’Something Better to Come‘

Documentary, Podcasts

23rd February, 2016

Oscar-nominated Director Hanna Polak reveals why she dedicated 14 years of her life to tell the story of Yula, a young girl who grew up on Europe's largest

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Czlowiek Kamera Puts Determination & Decisiveness to Good Use in ‘No More Losing the War’

Music

22nd July, 2014

Director Człowiek Kamera reunites with Montreal’s Half Moon Run for heartfelt, split-screen, narrative music video 'No More Losing the War'. We dig into

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Michal Bolland Takes a One-Shot Club Trek to the ‘Girl From Codeine City’

Music

11th February, 2014

When we first took a look at the work of Polish director Michal Bolland he was busy gallivanting around the wide, open Tatras Mountains for Andrew Bayer.

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The Playful Tale of a ‘Penismouse’ in Restored Polish Animation ‘Myszochujek’

Animation

17th January, 2014

Made in 1957 by little known Polish director Kristof Babaski, Anika Jarzynka from the Polish Film Club explains why over 50 years later she decided to

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Anoice: Autumn Waltz

Music

21st December, 2013

Ink and choreographed motion interplay beautifully in Alan Kępski and Marcin Klinger’s sublimely graceful film for Anoice’s Autumn Waltz.

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Pseudopodium

Art & Fashion

8th December, 2013

We’ve featured the work of Polish director Alan Kępski before and back then I found it hard to put into words exactly what it was about his visuals

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DN306: Floating Skyscrapers – Tomasz Wasilewski

Live Action, Podcasts

5th December, 2013

Taking the festival circuit by storm, Tomasz Wasilewski’s second feature Floating Skyscrapers, tackles the themes of searching for one’s true identity

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