MOMA and Anthology Film Archives play host to the fourth annual New York Polish Film Festival, the only annual festival in the city that honors the countrys cinematic artsnew features, classics, shorts, docs, and animation. Among the several movies playing today, be sure to check out the special screening of Andrzej Wajdas Katyn (2007), about the notorious 1940 slaughter of more than 20,000 Polish POWs by Soviet soldiers. The story of the murdered Polish officersand of the women and children back home who awaited their return, unaware of their fatewas one of this years Oscar contenders for Best Foreign Film.
Sun., May 11, 7 p.m., 2008
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