Polish Film Festival returns with largest cinema showcase of its kind in Pittsburgh

WHAT: Polish Film Festival
WHERE: Regent Square Theater
WHEN: November 15 – 21, 7 p.m.

Why You Should Go:

Cinephiles will rejoice to learn that the most extensive showcase of Polish cinema in Pittsburgh is making a return to Regent Square Theater.

As Poland marks the 100th anniversary of independence this month, it’s the perfect time to explore the country’s
rich filmmaking tradition. The festival will feature nine films — including contemporary releases and three newly restored classics by legendary auteur Andrzej Wajda — along with Q&As and receptions with directors.

Hear the remarkable story of Jerzy Górski, who overcame drug addiction to became a triathlon champion, follow the courageous Polish pilots of Squadron 303, who fought in WWII’s Battle of Britain and rediscover Wajda’s 1958 masterpiece, “Ashes and Diamonds.”

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