Roman Polanski.Aktor.Rezyser 


POLAŃSKI back in Krakow
From 1 July to 9 August 2010 at the Palace of Art, Fine Arts Society in Krakow, pl. Szczepanski 4 was shown to exhibit "Roman Polanski. Actor. Director." After Gdynia, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Prague, Sao Paulo is the next stop of the exhibition in its peregrinations around the world. Detailed information about the exhibition is available at:
http://www / wystawa
The Palace of Art showing the largest to date version of the exhibition plus a series of never before presented photographs and archive material from Rene Leopold Nowak, who was very keen to show the exhibition in Krakow.
The exhibition opening was held with the participation of numerous guests, among whom were Mietek Putek (in his parents home Roman Polanski went into hiding during the war), Andrzej Kostenko and colleagues and friends of the director of the school years. The Board of the Friends of Fine Arts in Cracow was present in corpore. Their president Zbigniew Witek opened the exhibition.

The event was graced by Leszek Zadlo (Żądło) performance, who came specially from Munich. He performed with the band of Cracow musicians a number of musical themes from the films of Roman Polanski.

Cracow presentation of the exhibition was realized with the cooperation of Oficyna Filmowa "Galicja" represented by Leopold Rene Nowak, with the financial assistance of the Marshal Office of Malopolska Region and kindness of the President of the Society of Friends of Fine Arts in Cracow, Zbigniew Witek.

Exhibition of <b>Roman Polanski. Actor. The director</b> was presented in Brazil. The first place the presentation in this country was in Sao Paulo (2-27 June). The next stop is Rio de Janeiro (August 2010).
In Sao Paulo, the exhibition was located in a very beautiful temporary exhibitions room of Cinemateca Brasileira in the historic, dating from the early twentieth century, postindustrial building . On tne area of approximately 450 m2 was presented not only an exhibition, but also specially selected and assembled pieces of Polish Roman Polanski's film roles and his etudes and shorts. The mood created the music of Krzysztof Komeda to five of his films.
Cinemateca Brasileira.

The opening of the exhibition took place at February 27th. The exhibition was fully rearranged and enriched by Filmmuseum, Duesseldorf in co-laboration with The Polish Institute, Duesseldorf and The Cinema MUseum, Lodz.
It wil be open for visitors till May 16th.

The exhibition "ROMAN POLANSKI. ACTOR. DIRECTOR" was presented in Berlin during 60. INternational Film Festival "BERLINALE" as accompanying event. A vernissage at "DerOrt" Gallery has gathered a lot of well known people. Olivia Williams, Ewan McGregor (staring main roles in the last Roman Polanski's film "The Ghost Writer") and Ralph Remstedt (Polanski's 1st assistant) were the guests. There were also well known German director Volker Schlöndorff, who said that he admires Roman Polanski since his early twenties.
Photos from vernissage:

  Guy Ferrandis in the Museum of Cinematography.
A well known French photographer has visited the Museum of Cinematograsphy, monday 19th of September. He had seen the exhibition "Roman Polanski. Actor. Director". Guy Ferrandis co-laborates with Roman Polanski and he is the author of the photos from such films as "Pianist", "Oliver Twist" and "The Ghost", which are presented at the exhibition.

Some photos from Guy Ferrandis visit:

  An exhibition ROMAN POLAŃSKI. ACTOR. DIRECTOR is open for public in the Museum of Cinematography in Łódź until February 5th, 2010.
After that date an exhibition will start its tour around the Europe.
The first place of show will be Duesseldorf, Germany.

An exhibition was acompannied by Roman Polanski's films presentation. Here are the photos from a vernissage at the Museum of Cinematography in Lodz (8th of October).

  ROMAN POLAŃSKI. ACTOR. DIRECTOR exhibition prepared by the Musum of Cinematography in Łódź was presented for the first time at 34. Polish Feature Film Festival in the City of Gdynia Museum.
On the next page we are presenting views of an exhibition..
Some photos from a vernissage of an exhibition (17.09.2009) you can see here.

 KOMEDA - POLAŃSKI in Wiesbaden  22–28.04.09
On the 40th anniversary of the death of the outstanding Polish film composer, Krzysztof Komeda,
the Museum of Cinematography has prepared an exhibition entitled KOMEDA – POLAŃSKI.
The exhibition Komeda-Polański was shown during the 9th edition of the Festival of Central and East European Films ‘goEast’ held in Wiesbaden on April 22nd to 28th, 2009.
The exhibition was a part of the art design setting of the festival and of planned events devoted to Krzysztof Komeda, prepared by the Polish Institute in Dusseldorf.