Slavic and Eurasian Studies

2009 Austin Polish Film Festival - God's Little Village / U Pana Boga za Miedza

Thu, November 5, 2009 | Bob Bullock Texas History Museum, the Texas Spirit Theater, 1800 N. Congress Avenue

6:30 PM

Austin Polish Society Hosts 4th Annual Polish Film Festival

November 5-8, 14, 2009

“The Long and the Short of Polish Contemporary Cinema”

Festival will host Polish director Jacek Bromski

The Austin Polish Film Festival (APFF) is providing unprecedented opportunities for the Austin community to experience new feature films, documentaries, shorts, animations and visual arts developed through the creative eyes and minds of some of Poland’s leading artists.  The APFF is sponsored by the Austin Polish Society, a local non-profit arts and cultural organization

God's Little Village / U Pana Boga za Miedza (2009, 110 minutes)
Director: Jacek Bromski
Plot: The highly anticipated third part of the comedy series from director Jacek Bromski, this ongoing story portrays the life of the small community of Krolowy Most, an idyllic small town in Poland, this time torn by the political struggles of the mayoral elections.

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