Director: VARIOUS

68 minutes, Poland, 2008-2011, Subtitled, Colour and Black and White

Kinopolis is proud to present a selection of recent award-winning animation shorts. Ewa Borysewicz’s Who Would Have Thought? is the story of a man gone missing in unclear circumstances, leaving behind others to solve the mystery. In Paweł Dębski’s Lumberjack, the tranquil existence of a father and son is changed forever when the lumberjack cuts down a strange tree.

Damien Nenow’s Paths of Hate depicts how the warrior instinct causes two pilots in a dogfight to lose their humanity. Zbigniew Czapla’s The Ritual is a portrait of the central character’s realisation of his own animal nature while struggling with everyday routine. Michał Socha’s Chick is a surreal, but true story of male-female relations. Kamil Polak’s The Lost Town Of Świteź (watch trailer) is based on poet Adam Mickiewicz’s ballad about a ghostly town at the bottom of a remote lake.

This film is screening as part of Kinopolis: 7th Polish Film Festival (November 8th – 11th, 2012). 


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