Polish Film Fest Movies Announced

Polish Film Fest Movies Announced

2012 Polish Film Festival

2012 Polish Film Festival – Minneapolis, MN

Polish Film Lovers…For the 3rd year, the Twin Cities Polish Festival will feature the Twin Cities Polish Film Fest presented in partnership with The Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Seven days of award winning Polish films will be screened at the Stone Arch Cinema at St. Anthony Main. Movies selected for the Polish FilmFest are:

  • Irena Sendler: In the Name of Their Mothers – Director: Mary Skinner
  • The Officer’s Wife – Director: Piotr Uzarowicz
  • Letters to Santa -Director: Mitja Okorn
  • Harbour of Hope – Director: Magnus Gertten
  • The Fearless Vampire Killers – Director: Roman Polanski
  • Shorts Program 1 – Best of Lodz Filmschool – Director: Various | Year: 2010/11
  • Shorts Program 2 – Best of Lodz Filmschool – Director: Various | Year: 2010/11
2012 Polish Film Festival in Minneapolis, MN

2012 Polish Film Festival in Minneapolis, MN

Visit the Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul web site at http://www.mspfilmsociety.org/content/2012polishfilmfest for more information.

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