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Polish Film Festival

When:

Thu 5 Dec 2019, 7:00pm–9:00pm
Fri 6 Dec 2019, 7:00pm–9:00pm
Sat 7 Dec 2019, 2:00pm–4:00pm
Sat 7 Dec 2019, 4:30pm–6:30pm
Sun 8 Dec 2019, 2:00pm–4:00pm
Sun 8 Dec 2019, 4:30pm–6:30pm

Where: Ritz Cinema Randwick, 39-47 St Pauls Street, Randwick, New South Wales

Restrictions: 15+

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  • Adult: $22.00
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Polish Cinema In Australia, Inc. is proud to announce its line-up for the seventh annual Polish Film Festival, showcasing the best of Poland’s filmmaking at Ritz Cinemas, including Academy Award® nominated director Agnieszka Holland’s acclaimed biopic, Mr Jones, which received Best Film nominations at the 2019 Polish Film Festival (Golden Lion) at the Berlin International Film Festival (Golden Berlin Bear).

Starring James Norton, Joseph Mawle, Peter Sarsgaard and Vanessa Kirby, Mr Jones is a compelling and powerful film about Welsh journalist Gareth Jones and his efforts to expose Soviet atrocities in the 1930s.

Also screening will be disturbing World War II thriller by writer-director Adrian Panec, 53 Wars, Kinga Debska’s “Best Film” nominated Playing Hard, multi-award-winning director Wojtek Smarzowski’s controversial box office hit, Clergy, Adrian Panek's original and gripping Werewolf, and last but not least, based upon the Italian hit comedy Perfect Strangers, Tadeusz Sliwa’s Nie znajomi (NB: Perfect Strangers in Polish only—no English subtitles).