SHORT FILMS BY POLAŃSKI AT THE INTERFILM FESTIVAL IN BERLIN
During this year's International Short Film Festival in Berlin, a screening of the early short films by Roman Polański with live music will be held.
At this event, the student film etudes by Polański will be shown, made from 1958 to 1962, during the work on which he co-operated with Krzysztof Komeda. It is this pair of great artistic individualities that will be honoured with the screenings to the accompaniment of live music by the duo SzaZa (Paweł Szamburski and Patryk Zakrocki).
In the programme of this music retrospective, you can watch the films "Murder," "A Toothy Smile," "Break Up the Dance," "Two Men and a Wardrobe," "Lamp" and "Mammals." The above-mentioned films by Polański and Komeda will be complemented by the screenings of "Cameraman's Revenge," directed by Władysław Starewicz and "Everything is a number" by Stefan Schabenbeck.
You can find more information on the festival's official website.