The Road to Independence Through the Eyes of Polish Filmmakers
Based in Toronto, the Ekran Polish Film Association strives towards highlighting and proliferating Polish and international films, with aspects of focus on Polish culture as well as multiculturalism. In order to achieve its goal the Ekran Polish Film Association screens a wide variety of films which span a broad selection of topics and themes. These films are screened at a variety of events throughout the year, including film festivals and other cultural occasions.
During the 2018 Mississauga Polish Day Festival, Ekran will be screening a number of historical Polish films in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence. The films will be open for anyone interested to enjoy, and include both classics by renowned Polish directors as well as modern Polish filmography. The screenings will occur in the the Noel Ryan Auditorium within Mississauga Central Library.
This year’s screening will showcase the following three films during these times:
- 12:30pm Człowiek z marmuru, A. Wajda (153 min)
- 4:00pm Miasto 44, J. Komasa (122 min)
- 7:00pm Wołyń, W. Smarzowski (149 min)