A touching picture of the life of a contemporary Polish family. Bartek (Arkadiusz Janiczek) and Beata (a big role of Jowita Budnik) are a young couple with two children. They live in the centre of Warsaw, near the Savior’s Square, but they are looking forward to moving to a new apartment. However, unexpected problems cross their plans, putting their relationship to the test. Savior Square, following each character with empathy, shows the destructive effects of the political transformation on human relationships. The film, awarded with the Golden Lions award at the Gdynia Film Festival, became one of the most important Polish films of the previous decade. The screening will be accompanied by a meeting with Joanna Kos-Krauze, co-director of the film.
guest: Joanna Kos-Krauze
A film director, screenwriter and producer. Co-author of many times awarded films Birds sing in Kigali, Papusza, Plac Zbawiciela (Savior Square) and Mój Nikifor (My NIkifor). The chairwoman of the Trade Union of Polish Film Directors; in the period 2006-2013 the chairwoman of the Polish Screenwriters’ Section, the member of the Artistic Board of Andrzej Munk Film Studio and European and Polish Film Academy. The expert of the Polish Film Institute, Silesia Film Fund, Gdynia Film Fund and Euroimage in Strasburg.