Special screenings


dir. by Marcus Rosenmüller, Germany 2011, 96 min, drama, Y (12)

The retrospective of Artur Brauner’s films – the laureate of Honorary Camera of David 2019. From the producers of Europa Europa comes this mesmerising drama about three extraordinary musical prodigies whose friendship overcomes barriers of religion and nationality.Wunderkinder tells a tale of three exceptionally musically talented children. The two Jewish children Larissa and Abrascha are […]

18.11, Poniedziałek | 14:00 | POLIN Museum


dir. Eric Bednarski, Poland 2019, 70 min, documentary

The creation of the Warsaw Ghetto as seen from both sides of the Ghetto wall, and its legacy in today’s city. New light on a tragic time of division, destruction and mass murder, incorporating unknown amateur Polish 8mm found footage and survivor testimony. In 1941 soon after the creation of the Warsaw Ghetto by the […]

19.11, Wtorek | 18:00 | CZARY Cinema

Ganz: How I Lost My Beetle

dir. Suzanne Raes, Netherlands 2019, 55 min, documentary

POLISH PREMIERE. Ganz is the compelling and never-before-told life story of Jewish engineer Josef Ganz, whose designs led to the invention of Adolf Hitler’s dream: the Volkswagen Beetle, and who ultimately lost everything except his life. Josef Ganz, the eccentric editor-in-chief of the controversial but hugely influential trade journal Motor-Kritik, amazed Germany by appearing in a […]

18.11, Poniedziałek | 16:45 | POLIN Museum


dir. Kathrin Anderson, Oliver Schwehm, producer Alice Brauner, Germany 2017, 52 min, documentary, biopic

The retrospective of Artur Brauner’s films – the laureate of Honorary Camera of David 2019. In 1946, aged 28, Artur Brauner started producing films in the completely destroyed Berlin. He wanted to narrate the suffering that the Nazi regime had wrought on Europe’s Jews and became Germany’s most successful producer. His company, CCC Filmkunst, brought […]

23.11, Sobota | 11:00 | POLIN Museum

The Hebrews: Zelda. A Simple Woman

dir. Yair Qedar, Israel 2015, 55 min, documentary, bio

She published her first book of poetry at the age of 53 and became a prominent figure in the field of Hebrew literature. Niece of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, living alone in Jerusalem, writing poems of pieces of paper, surrounded by a small court of lovers and admirers. Through never-seen before archival footage and meetings with […]

24.11, Niedziela | 16:00 | POLIN Museum

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