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Russian and Polish cinema in Strasbourg


Strasbourg dedicates Cinedays, the European Film Heritage Week known also as Cined@ys Europe 2002, to Polish and Russian cinema. The event was organised by the EURopean Commission to highlight and create awareness of European cinema.
Strasbourg’s Odyssée cinema is scheduled to screen a number of authentic central and east European masterpieces. The Russian Cinema programme includes titles like Le bonheur juif by Alexandre Granovski and Le commissaire by Alexandre Askoldov. The selection of titles for the Polish Cinema section includes the short and medium-length films that Roman Polanski made between 1957 and 1962: Morderstwo (Murder), Usmiech zebiczny (Teeth Smile), Two men and a wardrobe and The Lamp. The Polish programme will run from 20 November to 3 December and also includes The office by Krysztof Kieslowski, Death of a Provincial and Supplement by Krysztof Zanussi, Desire of Love – Chopin, Nights and Days and Countess Koziel by Jerzy Antczak, as well as Polanski’s first and most recent features, respectively, Knife in the Water (1962) and The Pianist (2002). Cinedays Strasbourg will also screen a cycle of films dedicated to Italy’s Pier Paolo Pasolini that includes his Decameron, Canterbury Tales, A Thousand and One Nights as well as the controversial Salò or the 120 Days of Sodoma.

(Translated from Italian)

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