VERZIÓ 2 - Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

Thursday 1 December, 9:00 pm — Monday 5 December 2005

Toldi, Örökmozgó, Goldberger Ház

40 contemporary documentary films from 22 countries in 7 thematic groups.
18 films from all over the world in Verzio Retrospective about the World War II.

Patrons | Miklós Jancsó, film director and the Hungarian Helsinki Committee
Opening event | December 1, 2005, Thursday 8pm


We All Are Made of Coal
T. Wiszniewski, 2004, Poland, 45'
Mines shut down? Do it yourself: carry on quarrying illegally.
Sunday, December 4, 4pm. Toldi Cinema

Born Dead
J. Bławut, 2004, Poland, 53'
24 year old, being in jail for 8 years becomes a social worker at menthal hospital. Way out?
Saturday, December 3, 6pm. Toldi Cinema

Masha Mom

M. Bukojemski, 2003, Poland, 35'
Returning from the US, a lesbian Jew wants to be a mother in Russia. Can she?
Friday, December 2, 6pm. Toldi Cinema
Sunday, December 4, 4pm. Toldi Cinema

Second Hand Book
M. Cuske, 2005, Poland, 28'
A lovely place for philosophy, chit-chat and more in Warsaw.
Friday, December 2, 2pm. Toldi Cinema

Polish guests at the Verzió Filmfestival:

Maciej Cuske
director of "Second Hand Books"
December 2. - December 5.

Kaja Krawczyk
Cracow Film Festiwal, coorganizer of Verzio Festival Crossroads
December 2 - December 4

Tomasz Wiszniewski, Poland
Director of "We are all made of coal"
December 3 - December 5