6th Polish Film Spring in Utrecht
From April 11 to April 13, Dutch audiences will have an opportunity to see a selection of Polish films within the framework of the 6th Polish Film Spring in Utrecht. The event is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Eight Films in Lineup
Eight Polish films will screen over the course of three days. Selected projects include Chce się żyć (Life Feels Good) by Maciej Pieprzyca, Dziewczyna z szafy (The Girl from the Wardrobe) by Bodo Kox, Bilet na Księżyc (One Way Ticket to the Moon) by Jacek Bromski, and AmbaSSada (The EmbaSSy) by Juliusz Machulski. A separate day will be dedicated to screening Polish short films produced in 2013. Three such pictures will screen in Utrecht: Jak głęboki jest Ocean? (How Deep Is the Ocean?) by Filip Syczyński, 128. Szczur (128th Rat) by Jakub Pączek, and Mazurek by Julia Kolberger, who will also be a guest at the festival. Young audiences will have an opportunity to see Gabriel, a film directed by Mikołaj Hamerski.
The 6th Polish Film Spring is organized by Scena Polska, an association launched in 1992 and aimed at promoting Polish culture by organizing cultural events in the Netherlands and promoting Dutch culture in Poland. Polish Film Spring is the only event dedicated to Polish films in the Netherlands. The event is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Further details are available at: www.poolspodium.org.
Translated by Karolina Kołtun