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THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV 14. LOUİS’NİN ÖLÜMÜ
ANA, MON AMOUR ANA, SEVGİLİM
AFTERIMAGE ARDIL GÖRÜNTÜ
MISTER UNIVERSO BAY KÂİNAT
ON BODY AND SOUL BEDEN VE RUH
I AM NOT MADAME BOVARY BEN MADAME BOVARY DEĞİLİM
A WOMAN’S LIFE BİR YAŞAM
BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS AND HILLS DAĞLARIN TEPELERİN ARDINDA
SAMI BLOOD DEĞİŞİM
THE FIXER FİXER
NIGHTLIFE GECE HAYATI
ON THE BEACH AT NIGHT ALONE GECE SAHİLDE TEK BAŞINA
YOURSELF AND YOURS KENDİN VE SEN
HEAL THE LIVING KESİŞEN HAYATLAR
PYROMANIAC KUNDAKÇI
WOLF AND SHEEP KURTLA KUZU
INVERSION NİLÜFER’İN KARARI
FANNY’S JOURNEY ÖZGÜRLÜĞE DOĞRU
PORTO PORTO
THE DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN SAYGIN VATANDAŞ
SCARRED HEARTS YARALI KALPLER
LIVING AND OTHER FICTIONS YAŞAMAK VE DİĞER ŞEYLER
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BEST OF THE FESTS

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AFTERIMAGE | POWIDOKI | Director: Andrzej Wajda / Screenplay: Andrzej Mularczyk / DOP: Paweł Edelman / Editing: Grazyna Gradon / Original Music: Andrzej Panufnik / Cast: Boguslaw Linda, Bronisława Zamachowska, Zofia Wichlacz, Tomasz Wlosok, Paulina Galazka, Mateusz Rusin, Irena Melcer / Producer: Michal Kwiecinski / Production Co.: Akson Studio, Tvp-Telewizja Polska, National Audiovisual Institute (Nına), Pısf, Tumult Foundation / World Sales: Akson Studio / Poland / 2016 / DCP / Colour / 98´ / Polish; Turkish, English s.t.
SCREENINGS

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11:00
Atlas

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16:00
Rexx 1

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15.04.2017
19:00
City's 3

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Screenings marked with an (*) will be made with the attendance of the director, actor or producer of the film.

2016 POLISH FILM FESTIVAL Special Jury Prize

Afterimage, the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar, portrays a period from the life of Wladyslaw Strzeminski–the "messiah of modern painting–whom the communist regime tried to erase from the collective memory. Following World War II, despite his students’ support, Strzeminski succumbs to poverty after refusing to yield to the oppression of the Communist Party. According to Andrzej Wajda, Afterimage is "a portrait of an unbroken man–a man confident of decisions he has taken; a man fully dedicated to art."

In memoriam Andrzej Wajda, recipient of the Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014.