14 meetings with the filmmakers; Krzysztof Skonieczny and Jakub Żulczyk with an evening performance at Arsenal.
The sixth day of the festival will be filled with conversations. At 12:45, we invite you to a screening of Angelo, to be followed by a conversation with the director, Markus Schleinzer. At 13:00, we'll see the film Ray & Liz, which Richard Billingham will tell us more about. During the same time block, we also recommend Mamonga (13:15) and a Q&A with Stefan Malešević.
We will talk about work on the set of the A White, While Day with the film's director, Hlynur Pálmason, and actors Ida Mekkin Hlynsdottir and Ingvar E. Sigurðsson (screening at 15:45). At 16:00, we will have a chance to see Animus Animalis (A Story About People, Animals and Things), which Aistė Žegulytė will tell us more about. At 16:15, we recommend the first set of festival shorts, followed by a Q&A with Anna Gawlita (Horse Riders) and Anastazja Dąbrowska (Wonder Girls). At the same time, we also recommend a Wall and a meeting with several of the filmmakers: Bartosz Grudziecki (director), Tymoteusz Witczak (composer), and Loretta Schoberer (costume designer).
In the evening, we will have a chance, together with Syllas Tzoumersek, to see The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (18:45), and we will discuss Fukuoka (18:45) with Zhang Lu (director) and Jiahan Xu (producer). Also worth seeing in the same block are Fire Will Come (19:00), to be followed by a Q&A with Oliver Laxe; Waiting for Sancho (19:00), which Mark Peranson will tell us more about; and She Is the Other Gaze (19:00), to be followed by a meeting with Christiana Perschon. Midnight Madness will get started with Kazuo Hara's Extreme Private Eros: Love Song (19:00).
For those with a craving for other types of art, we recommend a curatorial tour of the exhibition Inner Life: The Bump (18:00) at the Studio BWA Wrocław gallery or A Horizontal Panorama: Kodras at the TIFF Gallery (you are all invited to a Q&A with the artist behind the exhibition, Kasia Kmita, at 19:00). Albert Serra's multimedia installation Sun King at OP ENHEIM is also worth seeing. At Centennial Hall, you can watch (and experience) the interactive exhibition Cabinet | Das Kabinett.
The evening at the Festival Club at Arsenal will get under way with Lör's subtle, folk-inspired music (they are playing today for all fans of Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia). Later, we will listen to some music from a famous author, Jakub Żulczyk and a famous director, Krzysztof Skonieczny - in the #FREECIAPCIOR$OUND$Y$TEMA. Bon apetit!