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Art and Politics

Look who came to visit us today! Agnieszka Holland, world famous director. This is what she said about going to film school in Poland in the 70s. 146 more words

Behind the Scenes of Agnieszka Holland's Visit

by Tina Nguyen

On February 15, Agnieszka Holland, a Polish film director, visited our school to talk about filmmaking, Polish cinema and culture, women working in the film industry, and her views on politics.  915 more words


Berlinale: Polish Party at the Academie Lounge (Photos)

Agnieszka Holland, the director of Berlinale competition film “Spoor,” attended the Polish Party at the Academie Lounge in Berlin on Friday, accompanied by the film’s stars Agnieszka Mandat (right) and Jakub Gierszal. 132 more words


Berlinale 2017: Day 4

By Sascha Krieger

Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié n’ont fait que se creuser un tombeau (Generation 14plus / Canada / Director: Mathieu Denis, Simon Lavoie) 1,736 more words


Berlin Film Review: 'Spoor'

The central character of Agnieszka Holland’s “Spoor” is a lonely, moon-faced schoolteacher who lives in a mountain village near the border of Poland and the Czech Republic and insists on being called by her last name: Duszejko. 580 more words

Markets & Festivals

Agnieszka Holland's Stalin-Era Film 'Gareth Jones' Boarded by WestEnd (EXCLUSIVE)

WestEnd Films has acquired worldwide sales rights to politically charged project “Gareth Jones,” the next film from twice-Oscar-nominated Polish director Agnieszka Holland, whose latest movie “Spoor” is in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. 460 more words