Polish Oscar nominations

Polish Oscar nominations

Another fantastic news for Polish film industry – ‘’Corpus Cristi” directed by Jan Komasa has been nominated for an Oscar this year!!! It has also received four nominations for European Film Awards, for: best film, best director, best leading actor (Bartosz Bieleni) and best script (Mateusz Piesiewicz). It tells a story about religious dilemmas and spiritual leadership in modern world. ‘’Charlatan” is a Czech entry but the director is Polish film maker Agnieszka Holland. Her film was nominated and will be fighting for The Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards. It tells a real life story of...

Have you ever been to Gdansk?

Have you ever been to Gdansk?

Have you ever been to Gdansk? No? You must visit this cosmopolitan city as soon as travel restrictions get lifted! It has been home to Guenter Grass, German writer, born there in 1927 who is Nobel’s Prize winner in literaturein in 1999. Not many people know that Grass was also a sculptor and graphic designer. Gdansk City Gallery (Gdanska Galeria Miejska) is presenting online 141 of his art pieces. His life and his work are strongly rooted in Gdansk he knew from his childhood, bilingual, multinational Free City that remained his inspiration for years.

Visit National Museum in Warsaw.

Visit National Museum in Warsaw.

Did you know that National Museum in Warsaw is one of leading art institutions in Poland? It is worth visiting not only because of remarkable art collection but also because of the building itself. Its modernist design makes it one of most recognizable landmarks of Warsaw. The museum remains closed but until 20th December you can go for a virtual tour featuring an excellent exhibition “Poland. The Power of Images ”. It presents masterpieces of Polish 19th and early 20th century most acclaimed artists. The message is to show the impact of visual arts on creating national identity of the...

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