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FILM | Polish Film Festival 

This year's Polish Film Festival will feature nine award-winning Polish films which explore the culture and history of the Polish people. The festival premieres Sunday, November 1, at 3 p.m., and will run through Monday, November 9. Some of this year's titles will include "Deluge Redivivus," "Illumination," "Warsaw 44," and "A Grain of Truth." All films will have English subtitles.

Some screenings will include Q&A sessions after the film with famous Polish filmmakers, including Michal Oleszczy, the artistic director of the Gdynia Film Festival; director Jan Komasa; Kinga Debska, a journalist and documentary film maker; documentary producer Zbigniew Domagalski; and director Karolina Bielawska. Film screenings will take place at the Dryden Theatre (900 East Avenue) and The Little Theatre (240 East Avenue). Tickets are $4-$8 at the Dryden, and $7-$9 at The Little. For a full schedule of movie times, locations and Q&A sessions, visit the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies website, or call at 275-9898.

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