Andrzej Zulawski, director of the cult psychodrama Possession, debuted with this savage tale of World War II.
Tag: Polish cinema
Love is the drug in Andrzej Żuławski’s L’Important C’Est D’Aimer
Romantic passion consumes everything in this 1975 drama from the director of Possession.
Andrzej Wajda’s final film screens at the Polish Film Festival in America
This year’s festival pays tribute to the late, great director.
An interview with Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Zanussi (part two)
The 75-year-old writer-director talks about Catholicism, movie stars, and memories of Krzysztof Kieslowski.
An interview with Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Zanussi (part one)
The veteran writer-director talks about the legacy of his 70s films and how studying physics prepared him to study human nature.
Ryszard Bugajski’s groundbreaking Polish drama Interrogation screens for free tomorrow
Noting a revival of Ryszard Bugajski’s period drama, one of the first Polish films to confront the brutality of Polish society during the Stalin era
Weekly Top Five: The best of Polish cinema
Highlights from Polish film history
Width and without, part six: What’s the opposite of wide-screen?
Considering the power of film images that appear taller than they are wide
Polish Film Festival in America
Our guide to the 24th annual Polish Fim Festival
Now playing: Venice by way of the Polish countryside
Previewing the 2010 Polish fantasy, which screens for free at the Chicago Cultural Center