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MS 101

Karol Radziszewski
Poland 2012 / 50’

MS 101 and MS 102 are the names of notebooks kept by Ludwig Wittgenstein in 1914, filled with philosophical entries and private notes that allowed for the reconstruction of this study of desire with no happy ending. At the outset of WWI in Krakow, there was nearly a meeting between two giants of Austrian culture – the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and poet Georg Trakl. Trakl, ended up in a Krakow garrison hospital after a nervous breakdown, where letters to Wittgenstein and dreams of the philosopher’s incipient arrival keep the him alive. When Wittgenstein ultimately arrives, he learns Trakl committed suicide three days prior with a funeral scheduled in several hours.

Karol Radziszewski

Karol Radziszewski (born in 1980) is a Polish visual, installation, and video artist, author of interdisciplinary projects, director, and editor in chief of ‘DIK Fagazine’. He received the ‘Polityka’ magazine’s prize in 2009 as one of Poland’s most promising talents. His video pieces have been presented at the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival and he recently debuted as a documentary film director with the film Kisieland. Karol has taken part in numerous individual and group exhibitions throughout the world.

Selected filmography

2007 Painters (video, short)

2010 Sebastian (video, short)

2011 Backstage (video, short)

2012 Kisieland (doc.)

2012 MS 101

Cast & Crew

director Karol Radziszewski
screenplay Wojciech Szymański
cinematography Michał Sosna
editing Artur Lis
music Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss
sound Kamil Radziszewski
cast Stanisława Celińska, Dawid Kot, Jan Szewczyk, Michał Zygmunt
production Krakowskie Biuro Festiwalowe
sales Karol Radziszewski, Wojciech Szymański
language Polish
colouration colour