A documentary and animated film depicting the short, though eventful history of one of the first private, independent music clubs in free Poland, considered at that time the biggest of its kind in Central-Eastern Europe.
Born in 1966. Music journalist, author of books and film creator. He co-created documentary films about the history of Polish rock. The most important of those turned out to be the feature length “Beats of Freedom – Zew wolności” (Freedom’s Cry), which was shown and awarded at numerous festivals all over the world. He has written several music themed books, including “Raport o Acid Drinkers” (The Acid Drinkers Report), the best-selling “Kult Kazika” (Kazik’s Kult ), “Myslovitz. Życie to surfing” (Myslovitz. Life is surfing), as well as “Marek Piekarczyk. Zwierzenia kontestatora” (Marek Piekarczyk. Confessions of a dissenter). His is the co-author of “Encyklopedia polskiego rocka” (Encyclopedia of Polish Rock). He is the editor of over a hundred records released as part of the “Golden Collection”.
(1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL)
FRIDAY, 11/10/2017 8:45 pm.
SATURDAY, 11/18/2017 8:45 pm.
2016, 40 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles
W TO MI GRAJ FUNDATION,
FILM CRACOW SOCIETY, TVP