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"Martin Scorsese Presents"
1960s Poland. A man on the run jumps off a train. He seeks refuge in a scarcely populated settlement, nearly a ghost town.
Agnieszka Holland's feature debut, one of the most mature in Polish cinema history. A story about late 1970s Poland, and what it means to be an artist.
Magic, dreams, a manor in decay. The Hourglass Sanatorium is one of the most original and beautiful films in the history of Polish cinema.
Renowned contemporary Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi presents the deeply troubling premise of academic conformity with witty humor mocking the status quo.
An epic production, including battle scenes featuring thousands of extras and refined choreography, Pharaoh
focuses on the young Egyptian ruler, Ramesses XIII.
The premiere of the first Blu-Ray box set in the series
Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema was held December 14 at the National Audiovisual Institute. The series showcases the most outstanding works of Polish cinema, digitally restored and with English and French subtitles. The set is available internationally and can be ordered online. http://www.nina.gov.pl/en/projects/martin-scorsese-presents-now-available-on-blu-ray/
London is currently host to a Polish film festival. The programme features Oscar-nominated documentaries and a couple of digitally restored masterpieces.
Polish cinema has many friends, fans and ambassadors across the globe, but few compare to Marin Scorsese, who fell in love with Polish movies while still in film school.