Film Screening

(1981, 114 min, Polish with English Subtitles)Witek runs after a train. Three variations follow on how such a seemingly banal incident could
New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club presents: Jan Švankmajer, the Czech surrealist animator
New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club presents:7x7 Facts about the Present Life of the Poet Tohm di Roes (Tohm di Roes, 1983, 17’)Little Angel
Next screening of the New Wave and Neo-Avantgarde Cinema Film Club featuring Hungarian films. introduced by Gábor Klaniczay (Department of Medieval
director: Miklós Erdély (Hungarian experimental movie, 1979, 51 mins)The Hungarian experimental filmmaker Miklós Erdély made the film in 1979, based
director: Gábor Bódy, 1975, Hungarian with English subtitlesintroduced by: Gábor Klaniczay (Department of Medieval Studies, CEU)Edinburgh
Sergey Debizhev, Russia, 1992, Russian/Subtitles: English, 70 min introduced by: Oksana Sarkisova (Film Historian, OSA Archives) This peculiar film
(1965, in Polish with English subtitles, 77 mins.) Introduced by Balázs Trencsényi Emerging as one of the most original voices of the Polish New Wave