Capturing Freedom: Creating the Future Short Film Contest

The participants to the Capturing Freedom contest are invited to share what FREEDOM means to them. Short films may be submitted by 7 May 2018 via a film submission form available at our website.
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  • 22mar'18
    Polish programme at Žižkovská Noc Festival 2018, photo: press materials

    Polish Programme at the Žižkovská Noc Festival in Prague

    This year, Polish culture will once again shine at the interdisciplinary cultural festival Žižkovská Noc. Since 2016, Polish artists from different fields have been invited to take part in the festival and a special Polish programme has been presented. The festival will take place in Prague from 22nd to 24th of March. More Performance
  • Capturing Freedom Short Film Contest 2018

    The Adam Mickiewicz Institute/ and the Transatlantyk Festival have announced the 2nd edition of the Capturing Freedom International Short Film Contest. The slogan of this year's edition is 'Creating the Future'. In 2018, Poland celebrates 100 years of independence – it is the perfect moment to reflect on the meaning of 'freedom'. More Film
  • Culture for Local Development 2017, photo: organisers' materials

    Open Call: Culture for Local Development

    The Adam Mickiewicz Institute, acting under its flagship brand, and the European Solidarity Centre are pleased to invite young cultural managers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Poland and Ukraine to participate in the third edition of the international project Culture for Local Development. More DESIGN & INNOVATION
  • Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, photo: press materials

    Gaelic Poet Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill Wins the Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award 2018

    The Zbigniew Herbert Foundation has announced the laureate of the Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award 2018. The honour has gone to Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill. The Irish Gaelic language poet is one of a select group of authors, thanks to whom women are ‘regaining a voice’ in modern literature. More Language & Literature
  • 10mar'18
    Łódź Landscape by Władysław Strzemiński, 1932, tempera, cardboard (fragment), photo: courtesy of Muzeum Regionalnego w Stalowej Woli

    Kobro & Strzemiński: Turbulent Times Exhibition in Malmö

    The exhibition Kobro and Strzemiński: New Art in Turbulent Times is the first extensive presentation in Sweden of the work of these two pioneering and defiant avant-garde Polish artists. More Photography & Visual Arts


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