22 October, 15:00 · Kino Centrum
Kazimierz Karabasz takes his camera to visit local groups of photography enthusiasts. The majority of footage is from Włodawa, where the director listens to stories about the town, its residents, and about taking pictures of everyday life. Young people, who have their clubs located at culture centres, show to the film director the significance of photography in their lives and the impact it has on perceiving the environment they live in. From their perspective, a camera educates them in perception and helps them develop their sensitivity, while the form and technique are definitely not that important.
|Edward Bryła, Antoni Staśkiewicz
|Wytwórnia Filmów Dokumentalnych (Warszawa)