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Kinoteka Polish Film Festival 2017

The 15th KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to the capital this spring with a programme bringing together the enticing mix showcasing the best Polish film, music, visual arts and design from the last 12 months as well as specially curated retrospective seasons.

This year’s Kinoteka programme is dedicated to the memory of Andrzej Wajda, the giant of post-war Polish Cinema and unarguably Poland’s most prominent and celebrated director. Described by Martin Scorsese who has acknowledged his influence as “a master filmmaker”, Andrzej Wajda passed away, age 90 in October 2016. His final film Afterimage is screening on March 17th, along with the popular New Polish Cinema strand, which returns to the Regent Street Cinema including Jan P Matuszynski’s critically acclaimed first feature The Last Family.

KINOTEKA is presented by the Polish Cultural Institute in London in partnership with Pola Arts Foundation and Polaron European Citizenship, and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.

Looking to come to multiple screenings? Take advantage of this great ticket offer
1 screening: £11 for adults / £8 concessions / £7 for RSC members
2 or 3 screenings: £9 / £8 / £7
4 or more screenings: £8 / £7 / £6