Films

The Art of Making History Come to Life – Wanda Koscia’s Battle for Warsaw ’44
2008 / Films

The Art of Making History Come to Life – Wanda Koscia’s Battle for Warsaw ’44

“Polish-Americans, Polish Canadians, and Polish Britons are aware and fiercely proud of the fantastic heritage and history that is Poland’s,” says Justine Jablonska, “and the onus to tell the world our stories is on us.” Coupling word with action, Justine joined forces with The Canadian Foundation for Polish Studies in Montreal to invite British film director Wanda Koscia to Chicago to show her documentary, The Battle for Warsaw ’44.

Battle of Warsaw ’44: Director’s Statement
2008 / Films

Battle of Warsaw ’44: Director’s Statement

Wanda Koscia is the director and producer of the documentary, “Battle for Warsaw ’44,” about the 1944 Warsaw Uprising,

Stranger Facts, Moving Fictions: Eric Bednarski’s World Premiere
2008 / Films

Stranger Facts, Moving Fictions: Eric Bednarski’s World Premiere

The story of Joseph Rotblat, the history of nuclear weapons, and efforts to halt nuclear proliferation – in a new documentary directed by Eric Bednarski.