International Film Festival

Wroclaw, Poland

18. – 28. July 2013

T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival, est. 2001, is the biggest film festival in Poland and it is regarded as one of the most important film events in Central Europe. The festival presents uncompromising, innovative and original cinema from all over the world that explores new horizons in film language, expression and storytelling. The festival has 4 competitive sections and is accredited by FIPRESCI and by FIAPF as a Competitive Specialized Feature Film Festival. New Horizons has a strong focus on music and contemporary art and organizes live music concerts every evening and art installations and performances throughout the city.

Workers leaving the factory (again) has received a polish title named „Wyjście robotników z fabryki (znowu)“ and will be shown in the European Short Films Competition.

Experimental Program 1 together with:

Hollywood Movie, Volker Schreiner, Germany 2012
Tokyo Giants, Nicolas Provost, Belgium 2012
Think Pink, Jacques Perconte, France 2012
The Tiger´s Mind, Beatrice Gibson, UK 2012
1978 the 231st Day, Dara Rajaei, Netherlands 2012

21st of July 19h
Kino NH 5

I will be present at the screening.
Gruzei is following in the path of Peter Tscherkassky and Siegfried A. Fruhauf, and her film relates to the Lumiére brothers’ historic production. Workers Leaving the Factory (Again) has a socio-political context that is rare in experimental cinema, and which automatically imposes an ideological interpretation. The director takes care of the formal side of her film, but much more important is the significance of the anonymous crowd leaving the factory.
(New Horizons FF)

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