Jan
31
Thu
Screening of “Zimna Wojna” Polish film by Pawel Pawlikowski @ Laemmle Glendale
Jan 31 @ 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm


zimnawojna

COLD WAR (Zimna wojna) by Pawel Pawlikowski

Laemmle Royal, West Los Angeles

December 21 – 27, 2018

Laemmle Playhouse, Pasadena

January 11 – 17, 2019

Laemmle Town Center 5, Encino

January 11 – 17, 2019

Laemmle NoHo 7

January 18 – 24, 2019

Laemmle Glendale

January 25 – 31, 2019

Laemmle Claremont 5, Clermont

 

Feb
1
Fri
Polish Artists in Concert at “First Friday First” in Manhattan Beach @ First Lutheran Church & School
Feb 1 @ 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm


KatarzynaSadej-BasiaBochenek-AlmaLisaFernandez

Brahms’ “Viola Songs”

Opus 91, Nos. 1 & 2

                                                                    Pianist
Mezzo-Soprano                   
BASIA BOCHENEK
KATARZYNA SADEJ                                Violist
                            ALMA LISA FERNANDEZ

This recital brings together three consummate artists and Beverly Hills National Auditions winners for a performance that will feature Brahms’ much-loved Viola Songs, which Brahms composed as a gift for the great violinist Joseph Joachim and his wife Amalie. Other selections will fill out the program.

Polish-born, Los Angeles-based, Canadian mezzo-soprano Katarzyna Sadej has sung internationally in some of the world’s leading venues. She made her L.A. Opera debut as The Page of Herodias in Strauss’ Salome. Other recent debuts include her San Diego Opera role as Kate Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, and as River Voice in the world premiere of Hopscotch by L.A.’s cutting-edge contemporary-opera company, The Industry.

Watch
Learn about Katarzyna in her own words
and watch recital excerpts

Violist Alma Lisa Fernandez has been described by LA Times’ senior music critic Mark Swed as “…a soulful violist.” She is a member of the Eclipse Quartet, and as a member of the Denali String Quartet, she performed the world premiere of Ben Johnston’s Revised Standards on the Jacaranda series. Alma also performed the West Coast premiere of Tigran Mansurian’s Percussion & Viola Duet.

Polish-American pianist, Basia Bochenek‘s passion and dedication for collaborative arts brought her to venues throughout the North America and Europe. Basia co-founded the Kasia & Basia Duo with mezzo-soprano Katarzyna Sadej.

Feb
2
Sat
Meet Lukasz and Angelina Jankowski, animators, videographers and film makers from Poland. @ Vienna Woods Gallery
Feb 2 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm


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Vienna Woods Gallery oraz Krakart Group serdecznie zaprasza na spotkanie z

animatorami, filmowcami oraz tworcami video
Lukasz and Angelina Jankowski
2gi Luty 2019
2/02/2019
3-5PM
Vienna Woods Gallery
351 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
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Łukasz Jankowski

reżyser, operator, montażysta, animator

Autor filmów artystycznych, dokumentalnych, teledysków, reportaży, czołówek do filmów i programów TV, spotów reklamowych, filmów muzycznych i promocyjnych.

 

Ważniejsze realizacje:

 

  • wideoklipy:

Ray Wilson „American Beauty”, Luxtorpeda „Gimli” „Pusta Studnia”, Żyski&Pysch „Pokój obok”, Candida „Gusty”, Maciej Maleńczuk „Andromantyzm”, „Barman”, „Santa Maria Loei”, „Edek Leszczyk”, Acid Drinkers ”Satisfuction”, Alanta „Save”, Arka Noego „Tato”, Armia „Poza prawem”, „Ramię w ramię”, Kalwi&Remi „Made in USA”, Victory”, „Imagination”, Liber „Czysta gra”, Małgorzata Ostrowska „Słowa”, „Rzeka”, „Słońce które znasz”, Grammatik „Nigdy więcej”, Owal „Szukam”, Pudelsi „Samba Mamba”, Turbo „Paranoja”, TSA „Proceder”, Dj Magic „Inside”, Łukasz Zagrobelny „O nas”, Sumptuastic „Mali wielcy”, „Dla niej”, Borys „My Love”,Halina Benedyk i Marco Antonelli „Frontiera”, Wzgórze Ya Pa 3 „Palenie”, Kolaboranci „Pieszczoch”, Acid Drinkers „Proud Mary”, „Sad Lice a Coal Check”, ”Don’t Go To Where I Sleep”, Maciej Maleńczuk „Człowiek z wiekiem”, Tymon Tymański – Kury „Ajajaj”, „Jesienna Deprecha”, Czan „Karol”, „Piosenka”, „Widziałem, widziałem”, De Press „Kamaraci”, ,,Nada Lada”, „Potargan Chałpa”, „Dwie tęsknoty”, Ego „Mocna kawa”, „Polska złota jesień”, Just 5 „Zaczarowany świat”, Homo Twist „Twist Again”,T Raperzy „Pan Tadeusz”, Robert Kalicki „Brzoskwinia”,Kazik „Oddalenie”, Kult „Jeśli zechcesz odejść, odejdź”, itd.i inne.

 

  • Czołówki do programów TV

„Elvis Costello” – czołowka do koncertu Elvisa Costello emitowanego w TVP2 , „Kultywator”, „Bądź zdrów”, „WIO – wydarzenia i opinie”, „Bazar”, „Ekonomia społeczna po wielkopolsku”, „Gwiazdy kabaretu”, „MPK”, „Polsko, święte Twe imię”, „Wielkopolskie przedszkole”, „Święta w TVP” – czołówki do różnych programów tematycznych w TVP 2 i TVP Poznań

 

  • spoty i filmy reklamowe:

Celebro, Euro Book, Funai, Quelle, PSB, Stihl, PPO, Velux, Kreisel, Poczta Polska i inne – bilbordy sponsorskie,

PZPN, Ekstraliga PSB, Stihl, Biofarm, Certus, OSM, SGB, Inter Marche, Hepatenal, Intercobo, Piotr i Paweł,

Żabka, Kreisel, Atlas – Gipsar, Invest Bank, Orbis, Astra – herbata Safari, Solaris „Tramino” i inne – filmy reklamowe,

„Nie dyskryminuj” – reklama społeczna,

„Grzeszna Madonna”, „U2 o U2”, „Genesis – W krainie muzycznych olbrzymów ”,

„CSI – spoty reklamowe książek z wydawnictwa Vesper

 

  • filmy promocyjne:

Lotnisko Ławica, A2 Strada, Orange, Volkswagen, Diamant, Volkswagen, Shattdecor, Solaris Urbino, Solaris Vacanza, Nexbau, Deceunick,

Icopal, NTPP i inne

 

  • 6 odcinków programu „Kit kar mania” dla TVN Turbo – 2004

 

  • 14 odcinków programu „TV Trendy” dla TV Biznes – 2005

 

  • 4 odcinki programu „Dom, biuro, ogród” dla TV Biznes – 2006

 

  • Serię animowanych księgoklipów do programu literackiego „Ślady” dla TVP 2 – 2006

 

  • Realizacja scenografii video do spektaklu „Twój,twoja, twoje” w reżyserii Moniki Pęcikiewicz – 2006

 

  • Koncert zespołu Trupia Czaszka na zlecenie TVP Kultura – 2007

 

  • Animowany spot otwierający festiwal Ale Kino w Poznaniu – 2007, 2008, 2009

 

  • Wizualizację do koncertu Sinéad O’Connor w Poznaniu – 2007

 

  • Speedway– czołówka i layout do programów i relacji z zawodów związanych z Polską Ligą Speedway – 2008

 

  • „Amadeus i malarstwo” – czołówka, tyłówka i krótkie animacje do koncertu Agnieszki Duczmal emitowanego w TVP – 2008

 

  • „Przygody Sindbada żeglarza” – czołówka, tyłówka i film do spektaklu emitowanego w TVP Kultura – 2008

 

  • Film muzyczny „Barwy muzyki” – Film do muzyki Chopina inspirowany obrazem Mariusza Kadowskiego, Larghetto w wykonaniu Piotra Palecznego – 2010

 

  • Film muzyczny „Podróż na Wschód” – 2010 (film miał dwa pokazy na Nowych Horyzontach we Wrocławiu w 2011 oraz pokazy w kinach na terenie całej Polski)

           Film na DVD ukazał się dołączony do książki autobiograficznej Tomasza Budzyńskiego „Soul Side Story”

 

  • 2 reportaże z festiwalu w Tucznie organizowanego przez stowarzyszenie Misietupodoba – 2010 i 2011

 

  • Filmy do spektaklu „Imperium” teatru Palmera Eldritcha – 2011

 

 

  • Film muzyczny o zespole Super Duo na zlecenie TVP Kultura – 2011

 

 

Nagrody i nominacje do nagród:

 

  • „Oddalenie”” Kazik Staszewski
    – najlepszy montaż na festiwalu MCM Nuit du Clip at the Midem 1996
    – Grand Prix OFAFA 1995
    – nominacja do Grand Prix na Yach Film Festival 1995.

 

  • „Palenie” Wzgórze Ya Pa 3
    – najlepszy clip undergoundowy na Yach Film Festival 1996.

 

  • „Jesienna deprecha” Kury
    – Nominacja na Fryderykach 1999

 

  • „Edek Leszczyk” Maciej Maleńczuk
    – Nominacja na Yach Film 2006 w kategorii „reżyseria”

 

  • „Santa Maria Loei ” Maciej Maleńczuk
    – Nominacja na Yach Film 2007 w kategorii „reżyseria i montaż”

 

  • – Druga nagroda w konkursie „Wyanimuj Design” 2012 organizowanym przez portal

Exspace.pl za film animowany „Pożeraczka”

Feb
3
Sun
PIRAMIDY DUET FROM POLAND Concert organized by Modieska Club @ Center Pointe Club
Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:45 pm


Piramidy

MODIESKA CLUB CONCERT ON FEBRUARY 3 AT 4 PM IN PLAYA VISTA – PIRAMIDY DUET FROM POLAND

Ladies and Gentlemen,                                                                                          14 January 2019
We are delighted to invite members and guests of the Modjeska Art and Culture Club to the magnificent “Mickiewicz Akustycznie” concert performed by the Polish duet Pyramidy;

consisting of Piotr Kajetan Matczuk – acoustic guitar, piano, and singing; and Tomasz Imienowski – bass guitar. The concert will take place on Sunday, February 3, 2019, at 4 pm,

 at the CenterPointe Club in Playa Vista (6200 Playa Vista Drive, Playa Vista, CA 90094), courtesy of Dr & Dr Targowski (it is an elegant and modern private club with parking

under the building).      Reservations for the concert please send to the President, Prezes@modjeska.org, by 25 January 2019, a letter with a check to the address of the club (below), or

via PayPal to prezes@modjeska.org  (+ 3 $, after Jan 16). The cost is  $20 for members, $30 for guests (room rental and fees this time is very expensive). Tickets at the entrance

without a reservation: $ 40 for members, $ 50 for guests !!! 

 

 Checks payable to “Helena Modjeska Art and Culture Club in Los Angeles” at Modjeska Club address c/o Maja Trochimczyk PO BOX 4288 Sunland CA 91041-4288.

MICKIEWICZ UNPLUGGED is a concert consisting of texts by legendary romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz, which were chosen so as to sound very contemporary.

PIRAMIDY show Mickiewicz not as a poet who is only a bard, a symbol, a “national monument” and the author of “Pan Tadeusz”, but as someone who could write

about love, about normal life, about what meets us, surprises and about everything that remains valid after today. It is sometimes cheerful and humorous,

sometimes nostalgic, sometimes includes singing together with the audience, and sometimes is very touching. This concert will certainly appeal to everyone

and will be remembered for a long time. More information about the singers on our blog, modjeskaclub.blogspot.com

We kindly ask you to supply the buffet with your favorite drinks and home-baked desserts. This time after the concert we will serve Cuban and Italian delicacies. 

Feb
8
Fri
Screening of Polish film “Ether” by Krzysztof Zanussi @ UCLA Kapland Hall, Room 169
Feb 8 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


Ether

There aren’t many directors left who can impudently inject high culture into the soul of their films the way Krzysztof Zanussi can, and still deliver a gripping historical drama. In Ether (Eter), the topic is the abuse of science to gain control over individuals and subjugate the masses, depriving people of their free will and the option of choosing between good and evil. One can debate whether it was really necessary to superimpose a Faustian twist on a story that is already loaded with references, and not everyone will cotton to the story’s metaphysical ending. But the questions Zanussi poses about runaway science are utterly topical, even if it’s unusual to see them approached head-on from the high ground of religious ethics.

Screened in the official section of the Rome Film Festival, this Poland-Ukraine-Hungary-Lithuania-Italy co-production is guaranteed commercial release in at least five markets and Latido should wiggle it into other niches. But its main life will probably unfold at film festivals, where Zanussi’s name is the stamp of old-school quality cinema.

The pic opens with an extraordinary nose-to-nose examination of Hans Memling’s medieval painting ‘The Last Judgment.’ specifically the torture and torment awaiting sinners in hell. It introduces the film’s theological side, which rumbles quietly in the background of the main story. Eventually it will dovetail with Goethe’s Faust story, featuring an elegantly outfitted devil who tempts our anti-hero into exploring the darkest recesses of science, while a pure-hearted patient named Margaret prays for his salvation.

It’s genteel 1912, and controlled Polish actor Jacek Poniedzialek plays the well-mannered doctor of the upper classes. One sunny afternoon, he coolly decides to rape his beautiful young patient after knocking her out with a new anesthetic he has been experimenting with — ether. Although at the time it was considered a safer version of chloroform, Zanussi’s story shows the doctor killing a number of patients — including the beautiful girl — by overdosing them with the stuff, accidentally or on purpose.

By a devilish miracle, he gets away with his first murder and takes up a post as a military medic in a remote outpost on the border of the Ukraine and the Austro-Hungarian empire. It’s just the sort of out-of-the-way place he’s looking for to test the limits of human endurance to pain under ether’s influence. Luckily for him, the cynical officers in the fortress seem as unconcerned about the sacredness of human life as he is.

And yet, Poniedzialek’s doctor is more complex than he appears. He may be an amoral Frankenstein figure with the face of Adolf Hitler, but he’s a passionate believer in science and risks his life to fund his research. Compared to Jeff Goldblum’s lobotomist-for-hire in Rick Alverson’s recent The Mountain, he’s a man with a mission, sinister though it may be. His real objective is to develop methods of eliminating free will — something bound to prove useful in the upcoming war expected to break out soon.

In one disturbing scene, he injects a soldier with a serum that boosts his martial instincts to the max, making him an invincible wrestler. As usual, the dose is too high, and the fighter turns into a wild animal who has to be confined to a straitjacket and a jail cell. The scene owes much of its effectiveness to the dazzling lighting by DP Piotr Niemyjski, whose own painterly instincts are unleashed in the film’s key scenes, where he swathes the barbarism of the early 20th century in gauzy white and ivory tones.

Like all good mad scientists, the doctor needs a young assistant whose innocence he can callously destroy. Taras (a perfectly cast Ostap Vakulyuk) is a peasant boy so poor he sells his dead father’s cadaver to science, only to find it standing as an embalmed exhibit in the doctor’s museum, alongside two-headed fetuses in jars. Unlike the atheist doctor, the boy is a devout Catholic who, one hopes, will follow a more ethical and humanistic path in his medical studies. Or will the system corrupt him? As he finds himself trapped in a net of lies and accusations, the film slows down and loses quota for a while.

Zanussi’s modernity is always cautiously present. After telling the doctor’s story more or less straight under the title “The Known Story,” he surprises the audience by doubling back over events in a coda dubbed “The Secret Story” that explains the theological underpinnings of it all. A little-seen character in the film is unmasked as the devil himself; he doesn’t give a hoot if the doctor doesn’t believe in him, and is no less the evil influencer for that. It’s a milder version of discovering that the Neville Chamberlain look-alike in Wonder Woman is really Ares, the god of war, and of course it changes things. Ether ends in the trenches of WWI where the question “Does suffering have a meaning?” is raised with a vengeance. But the answer must wait for another movie.

On the tech side, everything is pleasantly a bit over the top, like the doctor’s chic black-leather lab coat that makes him seem like a cross between a butcher and a Nazi. The music track makes constant use of excerpts from Wagner’s opera Parsifal, further suggesting the man is on a quest to find his own Holy Grail.

Production companies: Tor Film Studio in association with Interfilm Production Studio, Studio Uljana Kim, Laokoon Filmgroup, Revolver, Bielle Re, Wytwornia Filmow Dokuementalnych i Fabularnych, Canal+
Cast: Jacek Poniedzialek, Zsolt Laszlo, Andrzej Chyra, Ostap Vakulyuk, Maria Ryaboshapka, Stanislav Kolokolnikov, Malgorzata Pritulak, Rafal Mohr, Victoria Zinny
Director-screenwriter: Krzysztof Zanussi
Producers: Janusz Wachala, Krzysztof Zanussi
Director of photography: Piotr Niemyjski
Production designer: Joanna Macha
Costume designer: Katarzyna Lewinska
Casting director: Magdalena Szwarcbart
Venue: Rome Film Festival

World sales: Latido

118 minutes

Feb
9
Sat
Polish Alma Mater in Los Angeles, Valentine’s Ball. @ The Throop Hall
Feb 9 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm


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Polish Alma Mater in Los Angeles

Valentine’s Ball (Zabawa Serduszkowa)

Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 6PM

The Throop Hall
300 S Los Robles Avenue • Pasadena, CA 91101

Tickets: $70 per person, if purchased before Jan 31st

(we also accept PayPal); $75 – if paid at the door

 

-Delicious polish food with barszcz+korkiety

-Diverse polish and mixed original music

-Homemade desserts

-Great Bar

-Quicker Raffle with amazing prizes

Dress code: Evening / Semi-Formal

 

Reservations:

Marzena (310) 867-3206

Anna (951) 892-8563

Grzegorz (310) 883-5773

Feb
10
Sun
In Person with Artur Żmijewski @ TBD
Feb 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm


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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

www.PolishFilmLA.org

***

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.

Filmography:

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

 

Feb
16
Sat
Meet Witold Gadowski and Malgorzata Fechner. @ Catholic Parish, Yorba Linda
Feb 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
2
Sat
Live Performance by Polish American folk dance group @ Polonez
Mar 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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POLONEZ LIVE!
Dance Group of San Diego

invites You to The 30th Anniversary Gala.

March 2nd 2019 6 pm.

4300 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside,Ca. 92056

Dance to the great music  by DJ Zbigniew Gałązka

Tickets $100 per person.
Includes: Dinner, desserts, coffee and tea, drinks

Reservations:
Eva Chrzanowski 619-787-8757
Wanda Augustyniak
Wandat418@gmail.com

Mar
17
Sun
“JEST TAKI KTOS” – Polish hits with Krzysztof Dzikowski and Wiktoria Tracz @ The South Pasadena Library Community Room
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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“JEST  TAKI KTOS” – POLISH HITS WITH KRZYSZTOF DZIKOWSKI AND WIKTORIA TRACZ (in Polish)

Sunday, 17 March 2019, at  6 pm.

the South Pasadena Library Community Room

1115 El Centro St, South Pasadena, CA 91030.

Street parking.

Free and open to the public, but RSVP to prezes@modjeska.org, due to  limited seating.

Mar
22
Fri
Miro Kepinski “Beyond the Piano Art x Music”. Performance and exhibit. @ Hellada Gallery
Mar 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm


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MIRO KEPINSKI beyond the PIANO | art x music

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.

Mar
23
Sat
Polish composer Miro Kepinski at NoHo Cine Fest film @ Laemmle NoHo 7 Theatre
Mar 23 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm


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NoHo Cine Fest

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Saturday, March 23 at 12:30 PM

Laemmle NoHo 7 Theatre
5240 Lankershime Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
BEFORE THE THUNDER by Yelena Krivosheyeva
Music by Miro Kepinski
http://www.polishfilmla.org/wocms.php?siteID=13&ID=1095
tickets: https://www.laemmle.com/theaters/purchase/23/5677867…

 

Music by Stanisław Moniuszko, Grażyna Bacewicz and Roman Ryterband @ Alfred Newman Recital Hall, USC
Mar 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm


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Polish Music Spring: Celebrating Anniversaries Concert

polishmusic.usc.edu/events/polish-music-spring-celebrating-anniversaries

SATURDAY, 23 MARCH 2019 | 4:00 P.M.
Music by Stanisław Moniuszko, Grażyna Bacewicz and Roman Ryterband
Alfred Newman Recital Hall, USC (see AHF on campus map)
3616 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, CA
FREE Admission
Campus parking: $12 – enter through McCarthy Way Entrance
at Figueroa St. & McCarthy Way (see PSX on campus map)

 

Artist reception to follow concert in Herklotz Courtyard

Mar
24
Sun
Polish Director Piotr Sulkowski at Hollywood Screening Film Festival @ Promenade Playhouse
Mar 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm


Play

Hollywood Screening Film Festival

http://www.hollywoodscreenings.org/2019.html

Sunday, March 24 at 1 PM

Promenade Playhouse
1404 3rd St Promenade
Santa Monica, CA

PLAY by Piotr Sulkowski
http://www.polishfilmla.org/wocms.php?siteID=13&ID=1125
Starring: Joanna Kulig, Adam Woronowicz

tickets: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/shoppingcart…

 

Jun
15
Sat
Miss Polonia California 2019. Polish Beauty Pageantin LA @ Hellada Gallery
Jun 15 @ 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm


Posterweb2019

More info: http://polandconnected.com/miss-polonia-california-polish-beauty-pageants-in-los-angeles/