Fan Courtesy of KINO POLSKA Foundation

Rat-Catcher, Fan, and My Notes from the Underground

Part of Ways to Freedom: Polish Film and the Rise of Democracy
Saturday, November 22, 2014, 2:00 p.m.

Rat-Catcher (Szcurolap) (Dir. Andrzej Czarnecki. 1986, 22 mins. Digital file/Bluray) This famous portrait of an exterminator was widely read as a metaphor for Communist Poland. 

Fan (Dir. Wojciech Maciewjewski. 1987, 30 mins. Digital file/Bluray) A pop rock band’s fan club serves as a front for political indoctrination. 

My Notes from the Underground (Moje zapiski z podziema) (Dir. Jacek Petrycki. 2011, 39 mins. Digital file/Bluray) Interviews and rare footage with heroes of the Solidarity movement.

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