Austin Polish Society invites all Austin Polish Film Festival attendees and fellow Austinites to the formal dinner that will directly follow the conclusion of the Festival at the AFS Cinema (November 8 – 11) on November 11th at 6pm.
The program for this evening includes: formal dinner with wine, prepared by Apolonia Catering, short talk on Polish history by the guest of honor dr. Łukasz Jasina arriving from Poland, live music by The Fountain Ensemble, poster art exhibit by Ryszard Kaja. We also have a pleasure to announce that the Consul General of Poland in Houston, Robert Rusiecki will be in attendance.
Seating is limited, so purchase your tickets now.
The admission to the Dinner is included in the Full Access Festival Badge: limited availability.
Purchase your badge or single tickets to the dinner reception here
Where: Holiday Inn, 6000 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin, TX 78752
When: Sunday November 11th at 6pm
Before the reception, please join us for a special screening of a classic Polish film “Nights and Days” (1975). The screening starts at 2pm at the AFS Cinema and will by opened by a short introduction by dr. Łukasz Jasina. The admission is included in the price of the reception or the Full Access Festival Badge.
The centennial Poland’s independence celebrations focus on film, visual arts, music, and dance as arts use the universal language across cultures. Polish film masterpieces have been selected by the Polish Film Institute for their artistic quality, wide thematic spectrum and coverage of varied historical periods. They provide a valuable insight into Polish and European history from the viewpoint of several generations, ranging from Andrzej Wajda, now a classic figure of Polish cinema, to Jan Komasa, one of the Polish youngest filmmakers.