Thursday 10th May | 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m | National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute (ul. Wałbrzyska 3/5) | Ziemia Obiecana/Promised Land screening room
Opening of the festival for the audience: two meetings with Victor Kossakovsky after two screening of his film "Aquarela"
In Polish and English
Partner: National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute
Experience nature in a completely new cinematic way with the 16th Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival and the National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute at the screening of „Aquarela”, a movie created with the use of the latest technologies: crystal-clear images at 96 frames per second (the standard is 24 fps) with Dolby Atmos surround sound. „Aquarela” is a visually stunning cinematic collage highlighting the beauty, starkness and destructive power of water. It’s the first-ever movie shot with cutting-edge waterproof
cameras and wide-angle lenses in 96 fps. Both screenings will be followed by a discussion with Victor Kossakovsky. The director had already been a guest of the 9th edition of Millennium Docs Against Gravity with his movie „¡Vivan las Antipodas!”.
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