Introductions to The Full Kieślowski

The next 43 filmed introductions to the (almost) full movie, documentary and TV work by Krzysztof Kieślowski had been commissioned by Warsaw-based Adam Mickiewicz Institute and filmed at Warsaw Movie Faculty. All introductions are by Michał Oleszczyk, instructor at College of Warsaw in addition to contributor to RogerEbert.com and Cineaste. This assortment is essentially the most complete set of English-language introductions to the work of Krzysztof Kieślowski ever to be filmed as a part of a single mission. Analysis on Kieślowski’s work that knowledgeable the introductions was performed at Krzysztof Kieślowski Archive at Sokołowsko, Poland. 

Learn critiques of some of those movies by Roger Ebert right here and extra work by Michał Oleszczyk right here.

“THE OFFICE” (1966):

 

“CONCERT OF REQUESTS” (1966):

 

“STREETCAR” (1966):

 

“PHOTOGRAPH” (1968):

 

“FROM THE CITY OF ŁÓDŹ” (1969):

 

“FACTORY“ (1970):

 

“BEFORE THE RALLY” (1971):

 

“I WAS A SOLDIER“ (1971):

 

“WORKERS ’71” (1971):

 

“BETWEEN WROCŁAW & ZIELONA GÓRA” (1972):

 

“THE REFRAIN“ (1972):

 

“THE PRINCIPLES OF SAFETY AND HYGIENE IN A COPPER MINE” (1972):

 

“BRICKLAYER” (1973):

 

“FIRST LOVE” (1974):

 

“X-RAY” (1974):

 

“UNDERPASS” (1974):

 

“PERSONNEL“ (1975):

 

“CV” (1975):

 

“THE CALM” (1976):

 

“SCAR” (1976):

 

“FROM A NIGHT PORTER’S POINT OF VIEW” (1977):

 

“HOSPITAL” (1977):

 

“I DON’T KNOW” (1977):

 

“SEVEN WOMEN OF DIFFERENT AGES” (1978):

 

“CAMERA BUFF” (1979):

 

“FILE CABINET“ (1979):

 

“TRAIN STATION” (1980):

 

“TALKING HEADS” (1980):

 

“A SHORT WORKING DAY” (1981):

 

“BLIND CHANCE“ (1981):

 

“NO END” (1984)

 

“A SHORT FILM ABOUT KILLING” (1988):

 

“A SHORT FILM ABOUT LOVE” (1988):

 

“SEVEN DAYS A WEEK“ (1988):

 

“DEKALOG 1& 2” (1989):

 

“DEKALOG 3 & 4” (1989):

 

“DEKALOG 5 & 6” (1989):

 

“DEKALOG 7 & 8” (1989):

 

“DEKALOG 9 & 10” (1989):

 

“THE DOUBLE LIFE OF VERONIQUE” (1991):

 

“THREE COLOURS: BLUE” (1993):

 

“THREE COLOURS: WHITE” (1994):

 

“THREE COLOURS: RED” (1994):

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