WEREWOLF | Adrian Panek | BIFFF 2019

20/04/19 - 20/04/19
A second Polish film at BIFFF, Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival: Werewolf by Adrian Panek.

1945, the Second World War has just finished. Soviet soldiers reach the Groß-Rosen concentration camp and set free the remaining prisoners. A group of orphans is transferred to a derelict mansion deep in the woods, where they’ll have to fend for themselves. Fear and death are all they’ve ever known. They’re still wearing their camp uniform with the blue and white stripes, they prefer not to share food with others, and a fork is a utensil they have never even seen. Living for them means only one thing: surviving. To make matters worse, all adults seem to have vanished from the face of the earth. Then, the house is being attacked by hungry Alsatians that used to guard the camp and have gone feral… Once again, the children are scared to death and the survival instinct from their camp days takes over.


About Adrian Panek:
Adrian Panek (b. 1975) studied Architecture at Wrocław University of Science and Technology. He is also a graduate of Krzysztof Kieślowski Faculty of Radio and Television at the University of Silesia and Wajda School. He directed many short films, including THE PASSION OF MARIAN (2006) and MY POOR HEAD (2009), and numerous music videos as well as commercials. In 2011 he made his feature debut DAAS with Andrzej Chyra, Mariusz Bonaszewski and Olgierd Łukaszewicz in the leading roles. The film was named the best polish first feature of 2011. THE WEREWOLF is his latest feature presented at Talinn.

>>> WhenSaturday, 20 April 2019 - 19:00
>>> WhereBOZAR - Cine 2 - map
>>> Language: original version (Polish, German, Russian) with French, Dutch and English subtitles
>>> Tickets8,00 €
>>> More info here


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