directed by Norman Leto, Poland 2017, 107'
- It is difficult to imagine a better place to see a film that was partially shot in Ujazdowski Castle, and fragments of which were presented at an exhibition Photon here, in the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, in 2014.
- A history of the world, from the beginning to the end, told by Andrzej Chyra. A little like the Polish TV series Sonda, a bit like a visual post-humanist treaty, built not only with scientific inference, but also with mesmerizing animations by Norman Leto and apocalyptic photographs by Michał Marczak. Received the well-deserved, though surprising, Award of the Audience at this year's MFF T-Mobile New Horizons.
- language: Polish
- subtitles: English
Today at U–jazdowski
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Symphony of the Ursus Factory
[Symfonia Fabryki Ursus], directed by Jaśmina Wójcik, Poland 2018, 60’ (English friendly)