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Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema

A 24-film retrospective of brilliantly restored masterpieces of Polish cinema. Screenings with English subtitles – every second Wendesday at 6 pm in NInA!

A year-long retrospective of brilliantly restored masterpieces of Polish cinema. After touring the United States, Canada, Australia, China and United Kingdom, the project is coming home. Screenings, with English subtitles, will take place every second Wendesday at 6 pm in NInA.

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Online Video Competition | EUscreenXL

EUscreen is giving editorial control over the collection of unique 60 000 items to its users by hosting an open competition that will run until February 24th.

EUscreen is giving editorial control over the collection of unique 60 000 items to its users by hosting an open competition that will run until February 24th.

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"Martin Scorsese Presents" Now Available on Blu-Ray

The first Blu-Ray box set in the series "Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema" is now available internationally and can be ordered online.

The first Blu-Ray box set in the series "Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema" is now available internationally and can be ordered online. The series showcases the most outstanding works of Polish cinema, digitally restored and with English and French subtitles.

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No Matter How Hard We Tried | Watch online in English!

Full of quick-fire, grotesque dialog, the film is a story about the transformation of Polish society, represented here by three generations of women.

Full of quick-fire, grotesque dialog, the film is a story about the transformation of Polish society, represented here by three generations of women.

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Content in Motion | Curating Europe’s Audiovisual Heritage

On December 3–4, during the 2015 international EUscreen conference in Warsaw, we discussed the benefits and challenges of making AV content available online.

On December 3–4, during the 2015 international EUscreen conference in Warsaw, we will discuss the benefits and challenges of memory institutions in making available online their AV collections.

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The story of Lech Wałęsa

On the 25th anniversary of Lech Wałęsa being elected President of Poland, our French partner, InA, has published a selection of archival footage, which follows the path of his career from 1981 until 2012.

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EUscreenXL

We're a member of a network of broadcasters and archives that have organized around the EUScreen portal, an online collection of tens of thousands of materials.

We're a member of a network of broadcasters and archives that have organized around the EUScreen portal, an online collection of tens of thousands of materials.

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Story-Re-Telling | Exhibition

See a selection of projects making use of new, interactive storytelling methods.

See a selection of projects making use of new, interactive storytelling methods. The exhibition is open from September 25th until October 18th during NInA's opening hours.

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Behind-the-scenes interviews | NInA Beta Version Festival

We've spoken with Lev Manovich, Shannon Mattern, Jeremy Mendes and other guests about new media, digital stories and contemporary culture.

We've spoken with Lev Manovich, Shannon Mattern, Jeremy Mendes and other guests about new media, digital stories and contemporary culture.

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Wojciech Kilar achieved worldwide fame thanks to his film music. Unforgettable themes, known to millions of cinema lovers, were the fruit of the composer’s extraordinary talent for providing a musical synthesis of a particular film's content.
Andrzej Panufnik is one of the most eminent 20th-century Polish composers, cherished for his ability to harmoniously combine emotion and intellect. Nearly all his works are featured in the collection.
The biggest collection of works by Poland’s three masters: Witold Lutosławski, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, and Krzysztof Penderecki. It comprises both widely known pieces and works that are nearly forgotten — totalling over 320 recordings and 380 descriptions.
Biweekly.pl is a born-digital medium, created by young Polish authors, editors and best web designers, published by NInA
Discover the unique storytelling platform dedicated to one of the most inspiring Polish alternative theatre groups
4 days of non-stop culture. Exhibitions, concerts, films, theatre performances, and panels. Over 300 artists and renowned intellectuals from all over the world gathered in one city.

Watch (A)pollonia online!

(A)pollonia stands out as one of the greatest achievements of Krzysztof Warlikowski, a celebrated Polish theatre director. It is based on classical and contemporary texts, primarily excerpts from Euripides' Alcestis and the Oresteia by Aeschylus, but also Jonathan Littell's Les Bienveillantes and J.M Coetzee's Elizabeth Costello.