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    Stream the New Krzysztof Penderecki Tribute EP

    For the 87th anniversary of the composer’s birthday, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute is releasing a 4-track record dedicated to Krzysztof Penderecki on vinyl and streaming platforms. It features unique material – Penderecki's soundtrack to the 1964 film 'Malarze Gdańscy' (Painters of Gdańsk), as well as new pieces by Paweł Romańczuk, Robert Piotrowicz and Skalpel. Listen to it here. More: Stream the New Krzysztof Penderecki Tribute EP #music
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    Polish Film Festival Returns to Korea’s Capital

    From 2nd to 13th December, Seoul will host the second edition of the Polish Film Festival. The event, organised by Cinematheque Seoul Art Cinema in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Seoul and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, will allow Korean viewers to watch as many as 14 Polish films. More: Polish Film Festival Returns to Korea’s Capital #asia
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    9th Poland Film Festival in Japan Featuring Kieślowski’s ‘The Decalogue’

    From 20th to 26th November 2020, the Japanese audience will have the opportunity to enjoy the greatest achievements of Polish cinema presented at the 9th Poland Film Festival. Despite the limited form and shorter than usual duration of the festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event boasts a programme rich in various forms and genres aimed at a wide audience. More: 9th Poland Film Festival in Japan Featuring Kieślowski’s ‘The Decalogue’ #asia
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    Not All Vampires Wear Capes: Polish Folk Mythology Sourcebook Published by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute

    Although a common trope, vampires are rarely associated with the original Slavic folk figures. And, as Łukasz Kozak points out in his new book ‘With Stake and Spade: Vampiric Diversity in Poland’, published by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Evviva L’Arte Foundation: ’If one were to weigh up the greatest Slavic contribution to global culture, vampires would certainly be a contender.‘ More: Not All Vampires Wear Capes: Polish Folk Mythology Sourcebook Published by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute #language & literature
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    'Initiation' by Polish Dance Theatre to Be Shown at Beijing Fringe Festival

    From 2nd to 15th November 2020, Chinese viewers will have a chance to watch the Polish Dance Theatre's performance 'Initiation' shown as part of the special online programme of the Beijing Fringe Festival. The coronavirus pandemic prompted the organisers to search for an alternative form of presenting foreign performances at this year's thirteenth edition of the Festival - as a result, they will be available on Chinese online video platform Youku. More: 'Initiation' by Polish Dance Theatre to Be Shown at Beijing Fringe Festival #asia

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