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One of the most celebrated movies in Poland The Promised Land, directed by Andrezej Wajda in 1974, will open the 11th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival, running from March 13 to 17, in London.
The Promised Land tells a story of three young friends in pursuit of a fortune. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1975.
Other films shown during the film festival include Imagine, Baby Blues and To Kill A Beaver. They will be shown across British cinemas including Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, reported Screen Daily
According to Hollywood Reporter, the closing night concert event will be Kleksploitation presented by Andy Votel at the Barbican this year. It is a visual journey into music in film by composer Andrzej Korzynski, who has written soundtracks for more than 120 movies.
Kinoteka’s official site says that in addition to movie screenings, the film festival also will have interactive film workshops and national film competition.