During the shooting of the film, 4 young documentary filmmakers - his former students had a chance to get closer and see how their Master works on his most intimate story.
Extraordinary for his sensitivity, immeasurable passion, the feeling of mission and great diligence.
The cycle featured animated films reaching back to the 1970s up to today, showcasing some of the best works by Poland's younger generation of animators Read more CINEMATEK in Brussels, together with the Polish Institute in Brussels, has put together a review of Polish cinematic greats – ranging from films by Andrzej Wajda to Roman Polański to Wojciech Has and more Polish cinema is known the world over for its innovation and creative way of managing censorship under communist rule.
Many of the classics between the 1950s and 1990s were rarely exported abroad and are still not widely available.
In 1957 Andrzej Wajda won the Silver Palm in Cannes for his film 'Canal', along with 'Seventh seal' by Ingmar Bergman.