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Polish Kaleidoscope ‘different aspects of modern Polish culture’


Polish Kaleidoscope Presented by the Polish Cultural Festival Association and Scotland Loves Animation

The Polish Cultural Festival Association has the pleasure of inviting you to the Polish Kaleidoscope programme of events. Throughout a series of public lectures and cultural events taking place during 2011 we aim to present different cultural aspects of Modern Poland. We hope to stimulate interesting discussions and shine the spotlight on the current issues in Polish modern culture. These issues are showcased through Polish contemporary cinema, design, animation, literature, urban design, history and language.

Throughout this series we want to bring people’s perceptions of Poland up to date and allow them to achieve a greater understanding of this rapidly changing European country. A lecture on Polish Modern Animation is developed in collaboration with Scotland Love Animation. A lecture will be only a part of this year Scotland Love Animation Festival. To find out more about these events and for the latest updates visit our Facebook page (Polish Cultural Festival Association) or for more information about the Scotland Love Animation visit www.lovesanimation.com.

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PolishAnimation: Animation: Polish Platige Image Platige Image A talk by Damian Nanow, Director Paths of Hate The Nanow, Best of Platige Image AScreenings: talk by Damian Director Paths of Hate Screenings: The Best of Platige Image

Platige Images is an award-winning postproduction studio established in 1998 Platige Images is an award-winning in Warsaw, Poland. They specialize in postproduction studio established in 1998 commercial production, advanced animation in Warsaw, Poland. They specialize in and quality special effects for films and commercial production, advanced animation have produced animation for a range of and quality special effects for films and purposes from short films to video games. have produced animation for a range of purposes from short films to video games. Today Damian Nenow has come to Edinburgh to present his latest short Paths Today Damian Nenow has come to of Hate alongside a range of other works Edinburgh to present his latest short Paths from the studio — join him to see some of of Hate alongside a range of other works the best animated work coming from Poland from the studio — join him to see some of this year with a Q+A after hosted by Richard the best animated work coming from Poland Scott of Scotland’s very own Axis Animation. this year with a Q+A after hosted by Richard Scott of Scotland’s very own Axis Animation.

Venue Date & time Venue Tickets Date & time Tickets

Screenings: Screenings: The Best of Platige Image The Best of Platige Image • Animated History of Poland, dir. Tomek Bagiński, 8 min. • Animated History of Poland, • City Of Ruins, dir. Damian Nenow, 5 min. dir. Tomek Bagiński, 8 min. • Paths Of Hate, dir. Damian Nenow, 10 min. • City Of Ruins, dir. Damian Nenow, 5 min. • The Kinematograph, • Paths Of Hate, dir. Damian Nenow, 10 min. dir. Tomek Bagiński, 12 min. • The Kinematograph, • Great Escape, dir. Damian Nenow, 6 min. dir. Tomek Bagiński, 12 min. • The Ark, dir. Grzegorz Jonkajtys, 8 min. • Great Escape, dir. Damian Nenow, 6 min. • Chick, dir. Michał Socha, 5 min. • The Ark, dir. Grzegorz Jonkajtys, 8 min. • Teaching Infinity, • Chick, dir. Michał Socha, 5 min. dir. Jakub Jabłoński, Bartek Kik, 15 min. • Teaching Infinity, • Fallen Art, dir. Tomek Bagiński, 6 min. dir. Jakub Jabłoński, Bartek Kik, 15 min. • Fallen Art, dir. Tomek Bagiński, 6 min.

Filmhouse Cinema 2 13 OctoberCinema 2011, 6.00pm Filmhouse 2 £7.50 / Students 13Adults October 2011, 6.00pm £5.50 Adults £7.50 / Students £5.50


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