Polish Short Films: Feb. 9

CinéSchool at PS 110 world cinema series

Come see seven Polish short animated films at PS 110! (l to r) Still from the film It’s Quite True (To pewna wiadomość!) and still from Suzie Templeton’s Peter and the Wolf (Piotruś i Wilk).


To brighten the season’s dark cold days, PS 110’s PTA has once again organized a winter a series of films at PS 110, the Monitor School (124 Monitor St.) via the CinéSchool education program. February’s presentation will be a festival of seven short films from Poland on February the 9th: doors open at 2 p.m., movies begin at 2:30 p.m. four of the films are 2 to 3 minutes in length, two films are 13 minutes, and the final film, Peter and the Wolf (Piotruś i Wilk), by Suzie Templeton, 2006 is 32 minutes.  The first film It’s Quite True (To pewna wiadomość!) by Joanna Jasińska-Koronkiewicz, will have live musical accompaniment by PS 110 music teacher Mr. Monaghan, and a group of his talented students.

The films are recommended for all ages either dubbed in English or with no dialogue. Tickets will be sold at the door $5/adult – $3/child – $10/family of +3. All proceeds will benefit PS 110 art programs. Snacks & bake sale! All children must be accompanied by an adult/parent. No drop-off. PS 110 is thankful for the support of the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union and TV Studio of Animation Films LTD.

The next and final presentation of this series will be a showing of Travis Knight’s Kubo and the Two Strings on Saturday, March 23. This animated feature features the voices of Charlize Theron and Matthew McConaughey.

You can find a more information and a list of the films for the February 9th showing on the facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2239157429738771/

Author: Lori Ann Doyon

Managing editor, head writer, and lead photographer of Greenline | North Brooklyn News since October 2014. Resident of Williamsburg, Brooklyn since 1990.

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