APFF partners with AFS to honor the 20th anniversary of Krzysztof Kieslowski's death

Krzysztof Kieslowski (1941-1996) is Poland’s best-known master director, a compassionate teller of humanist stories during Poland’s communist period. 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of Kieslowski’s passing, but also an important year for his fans, as the director’s 10-part television masterpiece THE DECALOGUE will finally be available in a digitally restored version later in the fall. To mark this, AFS, in partnership with the Austin Polish Film Festival, will exhibit the full digital restoration of THE DECALOGUE (on a new DCP print), two episodes each week. We’ll also feature another Kieslowski extended work, THREE COLORS: BLUE, WHITE & RED, a French feature trilogy that he intended to be experienced as a single piece. These films are Kieslowski's final works as a director, completed just a few years before his death in 1996. BLUE, WHITE & RED will each be exhibited on a 35mm print.

Please follow the link for details: https://austinfilm.org/essential-cinema/series-krzysztof-kieslowski-two-cycles