125 Elliot St
Howick, Auckland 2014
100 Years of Poland 2018: Films Series
Starts 1st July till mid September 2018
This Polish films series covers a wide range of periods, styles and genres, including struggles for freedom and life under foreign and communist rule. It is part of the Polish Museum’s celebration of the Centennial Year of Poland regaining its independence at the conclusion of WW1 in 1918. Both heroes and ordinary citizens called to step up in extraordinary times feature in many of these popular films, which include masterpieces by Andrzej Wajda and George (Jerzy) Hoffman, with classic adaptations of much-loved stories featuring some of Poland’s best actors.
Individual and small family bookings are not required, open to the public, entry by individual donation.
Sundays and Thursday afternoons. All films start at 2pm sharp.
Please contact museum staff for any queries….