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.
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.
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.
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.
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.