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The Masters Of The Cinema

The Black Hall – Slowianska 13
03.10 – 04.10.2019, 16:30/ 22:00p.m., The Black Hall

Duration: 30 min
Age: 16+

The newest film productions presented in cooperation with young films animators but also well- known artists, consulted with Małgorzata Sady -an outstanding expert on film, a translator of contemporary art and philosophy literature (Wittgenstein, Russell, Themerson, Czechowicz), who has been cooperating with art centers, film and theatre festivals in Poland and abroad as a curator, a participant and a creator of artistic projects since 1970s (Canada, Ireland, Portugal, Ukraine, Sweden, Lithuania, Great Britain, Russia, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Germany).

Małgorzata Sady translator, curator, initiator of artistic projects and an outstanding expert on cinema. Graduated from English Department, from the late 70. has collaborated with art centres, theatre companies, film studios, film, music, theatre, art festivals.
From the 90’s promotes Franciszka i Stefan Themersons’ oeuvre (publications, exhibitions, lectures, art events, documentary Themerson & Themerson (dir. W. Szymańska). In 2002 founded an independent publishing press ‘Gaberbocchus in Poland’. 2008-2009 worked with Quay Brothers on Inventorium of Traces  (assistant director, music improvisations, translation).


Connected – as a program coordinator, artistic director of animated films, curator with festivals: ANIMATOR International Animated Film Festival in Poznań, International Puppet and Animated Film Festival “Puppet is a human too” in Warsaw, “Laterna Magica” Festival in Łańcut, International ANIMO Festival in Kwidzyn, Konteksty – International Festival of Ephemeral Art in Sokołowsko.
2009-10 realized  the documentary (with M.Gizycki) Alfred Schreyer z Drohobycza.
Her collaboration with Koji Kamoji includes creating soundscapes to his paintings (Appendix 2 Gallery, Warsaw, 2012), joint exhibitions: The Air Will Do in Podkowa Leśna (2012); The Air And (Wrocław, 2012), Koji Kamoji’s Paintings and Małgorzata Sady’s Little Pictures (BUW, 2013). Received a scholarship from Minister of Culture, expert on animation at Polish Film Institute. Curated An Approach to Being, exhibition of Polish contemporary art in Kyoto, Japan, curated Polish Poster Exhibition and Polish Film Screenings at Griffith Film School, Brisbane, Australia.
Enjoys painting and photography. Her own art projects combine poetry (words), sounds, theatre, film and choreography. Based in Warsaw and London, works internationally.