Warsaw Short Framing

room: Broadway
free entrance

December is always associated with Christmas. That is why this time we have prepared for you several movies that will give you something to talk about with your family at the table.
With the Macedonian monk we will check our faith, in the Belgian film we will meet the modern three kings, with the Croatian tow truck driver we will try to understand the meaning of mysterious revelations, we will spend an unusual evening with an Israeli woman, and the Russian grandfather will give the secret of immortality. After the screening, we invite you to a traditionally lively and open discussion. Join us!

In program:
Monk, dir. Zharko Ivanov (Macedonia) 12′
Holy Night, Lonely Night, dir. Matthew Noydens (Belgium) 13′
Maria, dir. Juraj Primorac (Croatia) 29′
Like at home, dir. Shira Meishar (Israel) 13′
My grandfather was a cherry tree, dir. Tatiana and Olga Poliektova (Russia) 13′

Curator of the cycle: Maciej Misztal
The originator and director of the Lublin Film Festival (until 2016 IFF Golden Anteaters). A graduate of the Faculty of Radio and Television Krzysztof KieĊ›lowski University of Silesia in the field of Film and Television Production Organization. Production manager for award-winning documentary and feature films and many television programs, including international co-productions. Originator and curator of the Warsaw Short Framing project.