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That’s What Heroes Are

That’s What Heroes Are
An Interview with David France

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David France talks about how he made “Welcome to Chechnya”, a harrowing yet inspiring documentary about LGBT persecution in Chechnya and the activists that oppose repression. Dariusz Kuźma
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A Puzzling Artwork (7)

A Puzzling Artwork (7)

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We present a quiz series involving a mysterious image connected to an artist. The featured work of this week’s artist is in the middle of a desert and recalls ancient buildings. Tomasz Wichrowski
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Always Against the Grain

Always Against the Grain
The Life of Xawery Dunikowski

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Xawery Dunikowski was the first in Poland to practise sculpture as an art; in fact, he remains one of Poland’s greatest sculptors. Zbigniew Libera

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Black Heart Sutra

Black Heart Sutra
The Philosophy of Wu-Tang Clan

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What do Bruce Lee, chess, and the Black Lives Matter movement have in common? The answer is, of course, the cult hip hop group, Wu-Tang Clan. Piotr Żelazny
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Revenge on the White Bourgeois

Revenge on the White Bourgeois
An Interview with Burhan Qurbani

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Director Burhan Qurbani talks about his latest film “Berlin Alexanderplatz” and the mirror it holds to contemporary German society. Jan Pelczar
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The Land of Real Dreams

The Land of Real Dreams
An Interview with Andrzej Górz

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Andrzej Górz, co-founder of Open Jazdów – a civil initiative in a unique settlement of wooden Finnish houses in the centre of Warsaw – talks about what utopia means to him. Berenika Steinberg

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A Puzzling Artwork (6)

A Puzzling Artwork (6)

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We present a quiz series involving a mysterious image connected to an artist. The featured work of this week’s artist is a story of the virtues, position and beauty of one extraordinary person. Tomasz Wichrowski
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The Season of Jólabókaflóðið

The Season of Jólabókaflóðið

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The love for literature is what has always connected Icelanders. We sometimes claim that everyone on the island is a writer. Birna Anna Björnsdóttir

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Szabłowski
Stach Szabłowski

An Army of Santas

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In December 1974, a troop of bearded men in red suits took to the streets of Copenhagen. What was their Christmas message?
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A Grown-Up Lullaby

A Grown-Up Lullaby
Songs for Sleeping

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Contrary to intuition, music can actually help us get to sleep. In fact, composers such as Max Richter and Robert Rich have organized sleeping concerts. Iza Smelczyńska

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Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is
An Interview with Radu Ciorniciuc

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Radu Ciorniciuc talks about how he made the film “Acasă, My Home”, a documentary about the Roma man Gică Enache and his life in Bucharest’s Văcărești Delta. Dariusz Kuźma
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The Moomins Have Never Been More Popular

The Moomins Have Never Been More Popular
75 Years Later, Their Origins Reveal Why

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On the anniversary of Tove Jansson’s first book, “The Moomins and the Great Flood”, we take a look back on her wartime creations and why they continue to resonate. Stephen Carlick

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The Future Is Born Through Imagination
The Whale

The Future Is Born Through Imagination
An Interview with Bart Van Peel

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Bart Van Peel – from the Belgian art collective Captain Boomer – talks about how and why he brought a beached whale to the shores of Warsaw’s Vistula river. Łukasz Kaniewski
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10 Great Films About the Afterlife

10 Great Films About the Afterlife

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What comes after death? From “Orphée” to “Beetlejuice”, these 10 films imagine the unknowable. Leigh Singer

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An Archivist of Nature

An Archivist of Nature
The Photography of Anna Atkins

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Anna Atkins was the author of the first photographic album in history, yet her achievement was largely unknown until the 1970s. Maciej Świetlik
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On Beauty and History

On Beauty and History
An Interview with Aleksandra Lipczak

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Journalist Aleksandra Lipczak talks about her latest book, “Lajla znaczy noc” [Layla Means Night], which tells the story of Al-Andalus, the southern part of Spain, which was once under Arab rule. Anna Piwowarska

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In the Valley of the Gods

In the Valley of the Gods
An Interview with Lech Majewski

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Director Lech Majewski talks about his experiences with the Navajo people, the importance of artists in cinema, and his latest film “Valley of the Gods”. Jan Pelczar
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A Puzzling Artwork (5)

A Puzzling Artwork (5)

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We present a quiz series involving a mysterious image connected to an artist. The featured work of this week’s artist depicts a jubilant woman in a summer dress breaking car windows with a huge, tropical flower. Tomasz Wichrowski

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A Colourful Character

A Colourful Character
The Father of “Przekrój”’s Visual Style

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Daniel Mróz was the artist responsible for creating “Przekrój”’s iconic visual style. His daughter and two of his colleagues remember him. Łucja Mróz-Raynoch, Mieczysław Czuma i Adam Macedoński
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I’m Not an Escapist

I’m Not an Escapist
An Interview with David Grossman

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Israeli author David Grossman talks about the importance of childhood, the role of the writer, and his father’s memories of Poland. Łukasz Saturczak