Polish Films at the 13th Jameson Dublin IFF
Several Polish films will screen at the 13th Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, which runs from March 19 through March 29, 2015.
Polish Films in Festival Lineup
The lineup of this year’s edition of the festival features three Polish feature films. Two films by first-time directors – Grzegorz Jaroszuk’s Kebab i Horoskop (Kebab & Horoscope) and Krzysztof Skonieczny’s Hardkor Disko (Hardcore Disco) will screen in the festival’s Official Selection: International. The Out of the Past section of the festival will feature Psy (Pigs; 1992) by Władysław Pasikowski.
Polish films have often screened at past editions of the Jameson Dublin International FF. Last year, Dublin audiences had an opportunity to see Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski, Nieulotne (Lasting) by Jacek Borcuch, Kongres (The Congress) by Ari Folman, Dziewczyna z szafy (The Girl from the Wardrobe) by Bodo Kox, and Chce się żyć (Life Feels Good) by Maciej Pieprzyca. In 2013, the festival lineup featured four Polish films – W sypialni (In a Bedroom) by Tomasz Wasilewski, Obława (Manhunt) by Marcin Krzyształowicz, Pokłosie (Aftermath) by Władysław Pasikowski, and 80 milionów (80 Million) by Waldemar Krzystek. In 2012, the lineup included W ciemności (In Darkness) by Agnieszka Holland, Wymyk (Courage) by Greg Zglinski, Kret (The Mole) by Rafael Lewandowski, Sponsoring (Elles) by Małgorzata Szumowska, and Droga na drugą stronę (The Path to Beyond) by Anca Damian. The 2011 JDIFF lineup featured Essential Killing by Jerzy Skolimowski, Chrzest (The Christening) by Marcin Wrona, Erratum by Marek Lechki, and Matka Teresę od kotów (Mother Teresa of Cats) by Paweł Sala. Agnieszka Holland and Andrzej Żuławski were special guests at the festival.
Further details are available at www.jdiff.com.
Translated by Karolina Kołtun