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Andrzej Fidyk's Photographs to be Displayed at the Krakow Film Festival

Photo A. Fiejka

At the ongoing Krakow Film Festival, Andrzej Fidyk, acclaimed for his documentaries exploring different cultures around the world, will feature an exhibition of photographs from his recent album "Dziwny koniec XX wieku" ("A Strange End of the Twentieth Century").

Prof. Fidyk, who is also a lecturer at our film school, took these photographs while working on the production of five films, all of which took place in different countries during the 1990s. On display are works made while shooting for these notable documentaries: "Rosyjski striptiz" (The Russian Striptease), "Carnaval – największe party świata" (Carnaval-The Biggest Party in the World), "Dojenie wielbłąda" (East of Eastenders), "Kiniarze z Kalkuty" (Battu's Bioscope), and "Taniec trzcin" (Umhlanga, Reed Dance in Swaziland). Fidyk is also the chairman of the jury for the International Documentary Competition at the Krakow Film Festival.

We cordially invite you to join us at the exhibition that will take place today from 10:00 to 20:00 at the Małopolska Garden of Arts. Admission is free. The program details for other days are provided below. 

More information can be found at this link.