The article, read live by the author, was part of the multimedia essay created by 20 household names in Polish culture and presented live on February 24th, 2017 during the NInA Finale. It was an event during which we looked back at the last decade in audiovisual culture, as well as the nearly 12-year-long history of the Institute (just days before the merger with the National Film Archive).
The opening programme featured two world premieres: a musical one (Aleksander Nowak), and a movie one (Piotr Stasik). Besides that, we’ve had Maciej Grzybowski’s piano recital, an intergenerational dance party with DJ Wika, and a movie marathon with Grzegorz Jarzyna's No Matter How Hard We Tried and many more. And that’s just a small taste of what we have in store for you for the summer and what you can expect from NInA’s Beta Version Festival which will be taking place in the fall.
We’ve inaugurated our new offices and opened ourselves to the city. At the end of May, the NInA offices have become a hub of cultural activity: concerts, shows, plays, discussions, and workshops. Additionally, we’ve celebrated our 10th birthday — and there’s plenty of reasons to celebrate!
Devoted entirely to the oeuvre of its namesake, the Paweł Szymański Music Festival was held in 2006 at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Studio in Warsaw to an enthusiastic reception from the audience.
We’re inaugurating our new offices and opening ourselves to the city. At the end of May, the NInA offices will become a hub of cultural activity: concerts, shows, plays, discussions, and workshops. Additionally, we’ll be celebrating our 10th birthday — and there’s plenty of reasons to celebrate!