Warsaw 2016 Preview: Central and Eastern European Cinema and Beyond

Contributor; Slovakia (@martykudlac)

Phoenix City will be hosting the 32nd edition of the Warsaw Film Festival, running from 7 until 16 October. The programmers have prepared a rich line-up, shining a light on productions from the Central and Eastern regions of Europe, while also bringing to the Polish capital picks from other countries as far away as Latin America and Japan.

Warsaw Film Festival´s line-up tends to be idiosyncratic, offering a rather eclectic array of titles and the upcoming edition won't be any different. The full line-up can be found here.

See the gallery below for our most anticipated titles.

5 October (dir. By Martin Kollár) Section: Discoveries

The subtle and nuanced diary-essay 5 October by Slovakian cinematographer and director Martin Kollár follows his brother on a journey he embarks unto before a life-threatening medical operation. Kollár explores a big theme in highly a private project touching upon the topic as modern man´s place in the world and life.

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