Competition

The Last Supper (Das Letzte Mahl)

dir. Florian Frerichs, Germany 2017, 83’, narrative feature, competition

POLISH PREMIERE On the day Adolf Hitler comes to power, the German-Jewish family Glickstein comes together for a family dinner. Most of them however (like so many other Germans at that time) don´t take the Nazis seriously. When young Leah reveals her plans to emigrate from Berlin to Palestine, her family starts disputing. Her father […]

18.11, Niedziela | 19:30 | POLIN Museum

Edek

dir. Malcolm Green, UK 2018, 6’, documentary short, music, competition

POLISH PREMIERE EDEK: An 85 year old Holocaust survivor named Janine and a young American rapper named Kapoo collaborate to deliver a Hip Hop message to the youth of the world. A poignant and uniquely challenging fusion of prose, music and rap. For the first time, one of the world’s darkest stories is told in […]

17.11, Sobota | 20:15 | POLIN Museum

Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story

dir. Stephane Kaas, Rutger Lemm, Holland 2017, 66’, documentary, competition

WARSAW PREMIERE People from all over the world have come to love Israeli writer Etgar Keret for his surreal short stories and his hilarious live performances. Both Keret’s short stories and the anecdotes from his own life, share the fact that they are very relatable despite their incredible absurdities. How did Keret become such an […]

12.11, Poniedziałek | 18:00 | POLIN Museum

Fig Tree

dir. Alamork Davidian, Israel / Germany / France / Ethiopia 2018, 93’, narrative feature, competition

POLISH PREMIERE 16 years old Jewish Mina, is trying to navigate between a surreal routine dictated by the civil war in Ethiopia and her last days of youth with her Christian boyfriend Eli. When she discovers that her family is planning to immigrate to Israel and escape the war, she weaves an alternate plan in […]

15.11, Czwartek | 19:00 | PRAHA Cinema

Kichka: Life is a Cartoon

dir. Delfina Jałowik, Germany, Poland 2018, 75’, documentary, competition

WARSAW PREMIERE Michel Kichka (born 1954 in Liège) is a renowned cartoonist and illustrator living in Jerusalem. In his graphic novel Second Generation, he addresses the impact the traumatization of his father, Holocaust survivor Henri Kichka (born 1926 in Brussels), had on him and his siblings. The publication forms the beginning of a long journey […]

17.11, Sobota | 18:15 | POLIN Museum

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