2015, 55 min., Poland
Polish with English subtitles
KALEJDOSKOP FILM STUDIO
The film is a documentary portrait of Jonasz Kofta, a brilliant poet and insightful commentator of the reality of communist Poland. Through the camera lens of Krzysztof Wierzbicki, an assistant to Krzysztof Kieślowski, Kofta becomes an eminent representative of his generation who embodies the strife for freedom and unrestrained expression. The need of liberty was ingrained not only in his songs but also anecdotes and stories about the social life of the intellectual elites.
Born in Małszyce in 1942. Director and screenwriter cooperating with the Warsaw Documentary Film Studio. His documentary „Krzysztof Kieślowski: I’m So-So” was awarded at the 1996 International Film Festival Karlovy Vary.
NOVEMBER 9 at 8:45 pm.