Following a long break, this year’s Interpretations Festival of the Art of Directing is featuring directors of TV plays. We have invited five of them to take part in our competition, all involved with the Teatroteka project, which has been run by WFDiF for several years with the support from the Ministry of Culture and […]
During the festival we will also present five radio plays of the Polish Radio Theater. They were directed by young directors too. Directof of the best radio play will receive a special award.
Besides competition TV theatre shows, the Interpretations Festival will feature two shows by Grzegorz Jarzyna and Krzysztof Warlikowski brought to TV. Compared to their theatre plays, the two artists have produced just few plays of this kind, which is quite regrettable.
We will present at the festival a set of five radio plays with scripts largely based on documentary materials, related to 11 November 1918, a date of great importance to the Poland’s contemporary history.
Documentary is the most important genre invented by cinema. It is the salt of cinema. However, if you ask what documentary is a random candidate for the prestigious faculty of film direction, then… Everyone knows what a feature film is, yet few know what documentary is. Do you know that?
The programme of the Interpretations Festival of the Art of Directing showcases the works by young film directors. As part of our film section, you will watch si shorts (feature films) selected and recommended by the acclaimed Polish film director and teacher Michał Rosa.
Piotr Zaczkowski writes about Konrad Swinarski, the patron of the festival and his artwork.
Wojciech Majcherek writes about the director Grzegorz Jarzyna and his performances
Roman Pawłowski writes about the director Krzysztof Warlikowski and his performances