Tag: film

Screaming on the Silver Screen
Art + Stories
Opinions

Screaming on the Silver Screen

From the Golden Age of Hollywood to recent slasher flicks, cinema history is full of screams. The Wilhelm Scream might be its most famous.
Jakub Mejer
Crazy, Real, Supernatural!
Art + Stories
Experiences

Crazy, Real, Supernatural!

In their games, explorations, and art, the Surrealists embraced the land of imagination—and showed precisely why it is so powerful.
Agnieszka Taborska
The Dream Factory on the Vltava
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Experiences

The Dream Factory on the Vltava

Barrandov Studios is the largest film studio in the Czech Republic. Today, it is used for blockbuster Hollywood productions, but how did it all begin?
Mateusz Demski
We Could All Use an Octopus Teacher
World + People
Nature

We Could All Use an Octopus Teacher

After the 2020 Netflix documentary "My Octopus Teacher" gained international acclaim, a biologist writes about just how clever cephalopods really are.
Mikołaj Golachowski
Master of the Emotional Trap: An Interview with Krzysztof Kieślowski
Art + Stories
Art

Master of the Emotional Trap: An Interview with Krzysztof Kieślowski

On the 80th anniversary of his birth, we share an interview with the Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski from the “Przekrój” archives.
Izabella Bodnar
10 Great Films About the Afterlife
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Opinions

10 Great Films About the Afterlife

What comes after death? From “Orphée” to “Beetlejuice”, these 10 films imagine the unknowable.
Leigh Singer
In the Valley of the Gods
Art + Stories
Fiction

In the Valley of the Gods

Director Lech Majewski talks about his experiences with the Navajo people, the importance of artists in cinema, and his latest film “Valley of the Gods”.
Jan Pelczar
Together We Stand
Art + Stories
Experiences

Together We Stand

Hungarian director Kristof Deák talks about his Academy Award-winning short film “Sing”, and how it speaks volumes about the world we live in today.
Dariusz Kuźma
Halik’s Many Faces
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Experiences, Opinions

Halik’s Many Faces

Marcin Borchardt, director of the documentary film “Tony Halik”, talks about myths and realities across the life of one of Poland’s most loved journalists.
Mateusz Demski
Societies Need More Time to Change
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Experiences

Societies Need More Time to Change

Director Alexander Nanau talks about his whistleblowing documentary “Collective”, and how the tragedy it chronicles highlights the social and political turmoil in Romania and further afield.
Dariusz Kuźma