“The festival will include the latest New Polish contemporary cinema releases as well as
screen talks and digitally restored silent films paired with live music performances. Plenty of cultural attractions will be on offer too, including Yiddish cinema and 1920s style dancing to name a few. The 16th KINOTEKA partners up with London’s most prestigious cultural institutions, including Barbican Centre, BFI, Calvert 22, ICA, Ognisko Polskie, Print Room at The Coronet, Regent Street Cinema, and JW3”
The festival will also present a focus on Joanna Kos-Krauze, held at BFI. Explore the programme here.