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The section FORUM is dedicated to films that have already received accolade from both Polish and international audiences and film critics, and sparked lots of discussions among critics and fans.

These films are unique for many different reasons, and they deal with topics that are considered difficult and far from obvious. Their authors are not afraid to vocalize their opinions about disturbing political choices, human tragedies, or the dynamic progression of AI that we are witnessing today. The programme we have prepared for you includes films that were widely debated for many weeks and polarized opinions: some simply loved them, while others rather showed lack of comprehension.

In ‘The Green Border’ by Agnieszka Holland, you will witness a tragic story about refugees pushed around and trapped between the borders of Poland and Belarus, and the people who decided to save them, regardless of personal hazards.

In ‘Poor Things’ by Yorgos Lanthimos, featuring the brilliant performance of Emma Stone, you will embark on a one-of-a-kind journey through the successive stages of growing up, with some controversial scientific experiments happening in the background.

The drama documentary ‘Four Daughters’ shows an investigation revolving around political games, in which the courage of women and a political system based on violence are the leading narratives.

The animated film ‘Mars Express’ offers a unique insight into a world based on artificial intelligence, treating us with a very original visual design.

We are certain that these films will stir up many discussions among our festival audience. Feel free to join in with your own opinion!

Included in the section:

  1. The Green Border, dir. by Agnieszka Holland, Poland, France, Czech Republic, Belgium 2023, 147’
  2. Poor Things, dir. by Yorgos Lanthimos, Great Britain, Ireland 2023, 141’
  3. Four Daughters, dir. by Kaouther Ben Hania, France, Tunisia, Germany, Saudi Arabia 2023, 110’
  4. Mars Express, dir. by Jérémie Périn, France, 2023, 85’

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