Eminent Polish stage director, actor, unforgettable pedagogue, and director of many theater companies, Zygmunt Hübner was a part of the political reality, but he was also able to formulate an autonomous voice in the grim reality of communist Poland. This documentary is also a tribute to the vision of theatre proposed by Hübner, a no-nonsense institution inviting the viewer to a conversation and devoted to the issues important for society. It was the “theatre that gets involved”.
Born in 1972. Graduated from Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing and Camerimage Film School in Poland. Also graduated from Warsaw School of Economics and French Institute of Management. For several years she has been working for media companies (Agora S.A., Wizja TV, AtomicTV, The Warsaw Voice). In 2006 she took part in Berlinale Talent Campus. Her filmmaking experience includes directing, scriptwriting, and production. Her documentary films were screened at many international film festivals. Member of Polish Filmmakers Association.
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MONDAY, 11/06/2017 7:30 pm.
2017, 64 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles