REVIEW OF ALEKSANDER FORD FILMS
A review of Aleksander Ford films and the premiere of the digitally restored "Mir kumen on" during the Singer's Warsaw Festival of Jewish Culture at the Iluzjon Cinema of the National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute (FINA).
A review of films by Aleksander Ford (1908-1980), one of the most important Polish filmmakers, has been prepared by the National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute, for its now traditional presentation at the Singer's Warsaw Festival of Jewish Culture.The cycle of films to be presented at the Iluzjon cinema between 27 August and 1 September includes Ford's films from the years 1933-1948, the early slightly less-known, but equally important, productions made by the future director of "Krzyżacy" [Knights of the Teutonic Order AKA Black Cross]. A special event during the festival will be the premiere of "Mir kumen on" (1936) – known under the Polish title "Droga młodych" [Children Must Laugh AKA We're On Our Way] - in an almost complete, digitally restored version.The special screening on 31 August will feature distinguished guests, including the family of Aleksander Ford himself.
When and Where
27 August – 1 September 2017
ul. Narbutta 50a