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The Balcony Movie

Filmed before the pandemic, Pawel Lozinski’s revelatory documentary was shot entirely from his balcony in Warsaw. Director in person—December 2!

Birthplace + Sisters

Lozinski’s first major work, following Henryk Greenberg, a Polish-born American who lost much of his family in the Holocaust, plus a celebrated, delicate short study of familial love.


Ishtar (Director’s Cut)

Wildly underrated at the time of its release, Elaine May’s deceptively screwball comedy is a cross between a Hope and Crosby road movie and a trenchant satire about the Middle East that feels as relevant as it ever was. November 27 & December 4.

The Way It Is + The Ukrainian Cleaning Lady

In and around his own apartment in Warsaw, Łoziński explores a year in the lives of his neighbors; plus an intimate portrait of the filmmaker’s own cleaning lady, a single mother who left her native Ukraine seeking a better life.

How It’s Done

A political media advisor puts out a call for neophyte applicants for political candidacy, and hundreds apply in this dynamic, entertaining, and implicitly damning snapshot of opportunistic populism in action.



Terry Gilliam’s jaw-dropping dystopian science-fiction black comedy imagines a totalitarian surveillance society that would make Orwell envious. November 27 & December 4.


Lozinski captures patients in an oncology clinic where they receive chemotherapy. The context and location engender profound reflections and wide-ranging conversation, each frame teeming with life, light, and humor.

Father and Son

Two acclaimed documentary filmmakers, Marcel and Paweł Łoziński, go on a road trip from Warsaw to Paris. For the father it’s a journey into the past; for the son it’s a critical review of their often difficult relationship and an attempt to connect.