The Polish Film Festival is presented annually by the University of Rochester Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies. The first one was held in 1986. Other sponsors include the Little Theatre, the Polish Heritage Society of Rochester, the Association of Polish Filmmakers, and the Polish Film Institute.
The festival takes place over the course of five days. In addition to film screenings, it includes musical recitals, lectures, and panel discussions. Tickets may be purchased beginning November 1 at the Little Theatre for $8.00 (regular) or $5.00 for students and seniors.
From the Website
"[E]ach year, the five-day festival showcases some of Poland’s best cinematic treasures and often brings to town Poland’s most acclaimed actors and directors to headline the event. In a sign of how far Poland has come, this initiative has been supported by a major grant from the Association of Polish Filmmakers."
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