5 September 2018 / Other
23 February 2018 / Other
The Polish Film Institute announced the list of the nominated to the 10 edition of the Award for significant achievements in popularizing and promoting Polish cinema as well as facilitating the access to the Polish film production. The Światowid Cinema received the nomination in the Cinema category.
6 February 2018 / Inne
The Silesian Digitarium. Digitalization and providing access to the resources of Silesian cultural institutions
The Silesian Digitarium is a project ran in cooperation between four cultural institutions of the Silesian Voivodeship: the Silesian Library (project leader), the Regional Institute of Culture, Silesia Film Institute and the Silesian Opera in Bytom. The goal of this venture is digitalization of the cultural resources of Silesia and providing access to them through a complex system of digitization, archiving and presenting collections. As a result, 153 TB of data will be gathered, while users on the internet will be granted access to more than 93 000 objects: written documents, films, historic exhibits, opera props and costumes.
Like from a comic book, drawn with a thick line, in neon colours like that of school highlighters and shamelessly youthful, as befits a rebel. Such is the cinema of Gregg Araki, who from the end of the eighties has been telling us with the same verve about growing up and his rebellious heroes, whom he truly adores. Considered one of the most important creators of the New Queer Cinema, Araki has shown that about the story of a rebellion, alienation and identity can be told using the already known yet transformed language like the slang of the youth.