Polish Film Festival LA, Hellada Gallery and Polish American community advocates invite you to join the party and welcome the New Year 2019! Polish food, beer, music and great Polish people will rock the gallery.
RSVP to Marek Dzida: T: 562.682-9735 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Sylwia Knutel: email@example.com
Costs: Cover $10/person, parking from $5 to $25, Polish food buffet $15/person. Beverages are not included, bar purchases are additional. Dress code: party. First RSVP first serve rule – capacity is limited. See the seating reservation chart: http://www.hellada.us/Reservations2019.htm
Where to park: http://www.hellada.us/ParkingEV.jpg
We are happy to invite you to in-person meeting with Artur Żmijewski on Sunday, February 10th, at 4PM. Program will include an interview and Q&A with the audience plus a small reception following the program. This event will be conducted in Polish with English on-screen translation. We are offering only 12 tickets to the public for this event due to very limited space. Tickets will be available for minimum donation of $30.00/person beginning Monday, February 4th at 12noon. First come first serve rule will apply. Two tickets maximum per person.
Tickets are all sold out as of Monday, Feb. 4th at 9:37PM.
Polish Film Festival Los Angeles
Artur Żmijewski – biography.
Theater, film and TV actor. Graduated from the State Theater School in Warsaw.
Recipient of several awards including a prize at the 1989 IFF Viareggio for his part in INVENTORY (Stan posiadania) directed by Krzysztof Zanussi; 1991 award of the Head of the Committee of Cinematography for the movie LAVA (Lawa) directed by Andrzej Wajda; 1992 Zbigniew Cybulski award for best actor; awarded twice (2002 and 2003) with TELEMASKA for the best Polish TV actor in 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 seasons; THREE-time laureate of TELEKAMERA for best actor of the year. Recently he played the leading part in KATYN directed by Andrzej Wajda, which in 2008 was nominated for an Oscar.
|2017||BREAKING THE LIMITS (Najlepszy) by Lukasz Palkowski|
|PANIC ATTACK (Atak paniki) by Pawel Maslona|
|2016||PITBULL: TOUGH WOMEN) by Patryk Vega|
|2014||STONES FOR THE RAMPART (Kamienie na szaniec) by Robert Glinski|
|2013||DECEIVED (Oszukane) by Marcinh Solarz|
|2012||MY FATHER’S BIKE (Moj rower) by Piotr Trzaskalski|
|2011||HOW TO GET RID OF CELLULITIS (Jak sie pozbyc cellulitu) by Andrzej Saramanowicz|
|2010||THE RITE OF PASSAGE (Mala matura 1947) by Janysz Majewski|
|2007||KATYN by Andrzej Wajda|
|2006||IMMENSITY OF JUSTICE (Bezmiar sprawiedliwosci) by Wieslaw Saniewski|
|2006||WE’RE ALL CHRISTS (Wszyscy jestesmy Chrystusami) by Marek Koterski|
|2004||NEVER AGAIN (Nigdy w zyciu) by RYSZARD Zatorski|
|2001||IN DESERT AND WILDERNESS (W pustyni i w puszczy) by Gavin Hood|
|2000||CONDEMNATION OF FRANCISZEK KLOS (Wyrok na Franciszka Klosa) by Andrzej Wajda|
|1999||THE LAST MISSION (Ostatnia misja) by Wojciech Wojcik|
|1998||AMOK by Natalia Koryncka-Gruz|
|1998||DESERTER’S GOLD (Zloto dezerterow) by Janusz Majewski|
|1998||DEMONS OF WAR (Demony wojny w/g Goi) by Wladyslaw Pasikowski|
|1997||SHELTER (Przystan) by Jan Hryniak|
|1996||ESCAPE (Szokes) by Lívia Gyarmathy|
|1995||WHY? (Za co?) by Jerzy Kawalerowicz|
|1995||FAR FROM EACH OTHER (Daleko od siebie) by Feliks Falk|
|1994||PIGS 2-THE LAST BLOOD (Psy 2: Ostatnia krew) by Wladyslaw Pasokowski|
|1992||ENAK by Slawomir Idziak|
|1991||THREE DAYS WITHOUT CONVICTION (3 dni bez wyroku) by Wojciech Wojcik|
|1991||MAIDENS AND WIDOWS (Pany i wdowy) by Janusz Zaorski & Elzbieta Osinska|
|1989||INVENTORY (Stan posiadania) by Krzysztof Zanussi|
Miro Kepinski presents the art of his album covers and other graphics. Selection includes minimal illustrations such as ‘Primal Time’, ‘Digital Conductor’ or ‘Star’.
Miro is a film composer, producer and performer. His most recent credits include a feature drama ‘In This Gray Place’ with Phil LaMarr (‘Pulp Fiction’) — BEST MUSIC award at Polish Film Festival 2018 in Los Angeles and comedy-horror ‘Suicide for Beginners’ with Sid Haig (‘Kill Bill 2’) and Corey Feldman (‘Gremlins’). His score for a documentary ‘The Wounds We Cannot See’ got multiple awards in USA and India (including Best Original Music/Score at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, Award of Recognition – Music Score at Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards). Miro also participates at performances and festivals such as Sesilus, Silent Cinema Festival or Warsaw Festiwal ‘Innocent Sorcerers’ but also Męskie Granie Festival and Off Camera Film Festival. His music mixes minimalism with a ‘rawness’ of the north and a Slavic melancholy blended with the classic sounds. Started as a hobby Miro designed all of his music albums where used a minimal & abstract language combined with pop- and contemporary art influence.