Events' number: 551

"The Dybbuk" at JCC Warsaw


"The Dybbuk" by Krzysztof Kopczyński has been screened at Jewish Community Center in Warsaw on 29th of May, 2018, with the Q&A with the director.

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"The Dybbuk" at Eyes and Lenses XIII Ethnografic Film Review in Warsaw - 5th of May 2018


"The Dybbuk" by Krzysztof Kopczyński will be screened at Eyes and Lenses XIII Ethnografic Film Review in Warsaw - 5th of May 2018, 4:25 p.m., Służew Culture Centre in Warsaw. 

The Eyes and Lenses Ethnografic Film Review has been established by students of the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Warsaw. 


On the Concept of Romantic Irony with Continual Reference to the Polish Film


We cordially invite you to the seminar where Krzysztof Kopczyński PhD, Associate Professor at the University of Warsaw, Institute of Applied Polish Studies, will give a lecture on romantic irony in the Polish film.

Wednesday, 16th of May, 5 p.m., University of Warsaw, Faculty of Polish Studies, 26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście Str., room 7.

Ukraine - Poland. New Gaze. A seminar in Kiev - watch the video


The seminar "Ukraine - Poland. New Gaze" in Kiev was held on the 8th and 9th of December 2017 - thanks to the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and other partners. During the seminar, we discussed the most important areas of cultural, historical and social relations between Poland and Ukraine, thus defining the expectations of our target group.

Our initial questions were:

  • What knowledge do Ukrainians and Poles need about both countries and their cultures?
  • What is the best way to discuss mutual relations and to look for common goals?
  • What technologies, communication strategies and marketing tools can be utilised to reach the widest possible audience - participants of the interactive project?


The seminar Ukraine - Poland. New Gaze was the first stage of the project of an interactive documentary platform meant to present - in multi-layered and broad thematic terms acknowledging different points of view - the history of Polish-Ukrainian relations and the problems of contemporary relations between both societies. Two interactive documentary films will constitute a significant part of the platform. The films will use newly recorded materials and archival footage as well as integral original works. They will be made by students and young graduates of film schools and media faculties from both countries, selected in a contest.

The following speakers presented their ideas during the seminar: dr hab. Krzysztof Kopczyński (Eureka Media, Institute of Applied Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw) and dr Bartłomiej Michałowicz (Centre for Open and Multimedia Learning of the University of Warsaw). Gennady Kofman was the leading consultant (programming director of the Documentary Film Festival on Human Rights Docudays UA in Kiev).

You can learn about the views and expectations of the participants by watching this video: