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FIAT/IFTA WORLD CONFERENCE 2016 – RETHINK THE FUTURE OF AV»

13 October 2016

NinA will host the 40th edition of the FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2016 – the most important event in the field of digitization, archiving, sharing and the re-use of audiovisual material. The Contemporary Art Foundation IN SITU has the pleasure and privilege to present the resources of The Krzysztof Kieslowski Archive on October 13th, 2016. More information: http://www.nina.gov.pl/wydarzenia/rethink-the-future-of-av-konferencja-fiatifta-w-nina/ (...)

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2016 The year of Kieślowski »

19 January 2016

The Polish Film Academy declared the year 2016 as the year of Kieślowski The Polish Film Academy in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the death of Krzysztof Kieślowski on March 13th established him as the patron of this year. The film opening the review of the movies that are candidates for „Polish Eagles”, was „Camera Buff” in its reconstructed version. (...)

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Kieślowski's rebellious youth, part 2»

27 December 2015

When he began studying at the film university he was 23 years of age. He spent four years in the gloomy city of Lodz, but they where years filled with joy, craziness and sometimes dramatic. (...)

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Articles by our editorial team»

27 December 2015

We invite you to read the articles written by our editorial team, which includes specialists from the fields of film, in particular the Polish cinema and the work of Krzysztof Kieślowski: biographer, journalist, writer and director Stanisław Zawiśliński, film critic and journalist Konrad J. Zarębski, and film specialist Mikołaj Jazdon. (...)

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Krzysztof Kieslowski Archives online: »

9 December 2015

On December 27th, 2015 The Krzysztof Kieślowski Archive website was launched. As part of the page we will publish a database of resources found in TKKA in Sokołowsko, digitized archival materials, as well as information about the director related to his life and work. (...)

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Migratory childhood»

9 December 2015

Noble Prize winner Isaac Basevish Singer, herald of human passions and turmoils of fate, claimed that there is no better bringing up then a poor childhood. Krzysztof Kieślowski without any doubt had just that. (...)

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Krzysztof Kieślowski awards and nominations »

9 December 2015

I hope Poland is part of Europe – said Krzysztof Kieślowski on the 26th of November 1988 in Berlin, while receiving – the first in history – the Felix European Film Award for „A Short Film About Killing”. Almost four decades later Kieślowski is renowned not just in Europe, but the whole world – he is considered a part of a small group of artists who left their mark on world cinema. He also won numerous awards and distinctions, awarded to him across the world. (...)

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Kieślowski's rebellious youth, part 1»

9 December 2015

In October of 1957 Krzysztof Kieślowski left Sokołowsko. He went to continue his education – at first in Warsaw, and later in 1964 in Lodz. This was a leap into the unknown – an escape from provincial, small town apathy and lack of prospects, into the metropolitan hustle and bustle filled with possibilities. (...)

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Blind Chance uncensored»

9 December 2015

Realized in 1981 the film was banned by the censors due to martial law and was shelved for six years. Released in Polish cinemas on July 10th 1987 the movie had its world premiere in 1987 at the Cannes Festival. (...)

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