Seattle Polish Film Festival presents...
Brigitte Bardot Forever
- Sunday, April 2, 2023 – 4:00 PM
- All Seats: $19.00
Seattle Polish Film Festival is presenting the film “Brigitte Bardot Forever”, directed by Lech Majewski. This is an extra, in-between festivals, presentation of an iconic film based on motifs from Telemachus’ journey in search of his father. The hero, Adam, expects his father, a RAF pilot, to return to Poland after WW2. His imaginary world helps him cope with the realities of communist Poland.
Tickets price includes all fees.
Lech Majewski is a multi-award winning filmmaker, the subject of a retrospective at MOMA New York and one of the most profound artists of our times. Majewski’s astonishing feature film series The Garden of Earthly Delights (2006), The Mill and the Cross (2011) and Field of Dogs (2014) brings to startling cinematic life the works of Bosch, Brueghel and Dante respectively, creating allusive, associative and profoundly immersive encounters with works of undisputed genius. Working internationally, Majewski builds his visions in his paintings, films, installations, novels, theatre and opera stagings. He studied at Krakow Academy of Fine Arts and graduated from the National Film School in Łódź, Poland. As well as Triptych, his film credits include:The Knight, Prisoner of Rio, Gospel According to Harry, The Roe’s Room, Basquiat, Wojaczek, Angelus, Glass Lips, Onirica/Field of Dogs and Valley of the Gods. Presented in festivals at Toronto, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Jerusalem, Moscow, Berlin, Venice and Cannes, his films received numerous prizes. His video, film and art works have been shown in a variety of galleries and museums, including: Museo des Belles Artes, Buenos Aires; Image Forum, Tokyo; The National Gallery, London; The Prado, Madrid; Art Institute of Chicago; The Louvre and at the Venice Biennale.