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5-7 November 2020
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For years, the Nowak and Kowalski families have been embroiled in a vendetta governed by the cyclical law of blood and honour. When the Nowaks’ son dies at the hand of Klara Kowalska, his sister is chosen to avenge his death. Pressured by family and the community she starts to hunt Klara. When the confrontation occurs, Ewa is faced with a choice between carrying out the revenge and her own life and freedom.
Visual artist, director and screenwriter, Piotr Adamski graduated Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan and Wajda School in Warsaw. He is a laureate of the Samsung Art Master Award and two-time holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarship. He made his directorial debut in 2016 with short film The Opening. His feature debut Eastern received Journalists’ Award at the Koszalin Film Debut Festival „Youth and Film” in 2019.