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PWM Edition as Partner of the 12th Krakow Film Music Festival

2019-05-15

Three, two, one… ACTION! The 12th Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF) is already at full steam. We are looking forward to the extraordinary emotions and thrills that accompany the performances of world-class music stars, known not only in the world of film music. PWM Edition also takes active part in the event as the 2019 partner of this great film music feast.

 

On Thursday 16th April at 7 pm, in the concert entitled Scoring4Polish Directors, we will hear, among others, cult works by Wojciech Kilar from Zanussi’s movies Hypothesis, Foreign Body and The Illumination.


On Friday 17h April we invite the audience to a discussion panel entitled Working with Kilar – Friendship, Cooperation and Restoration of His Works After Years. PWM Edition will be represented at the panel by Ms Janina Warzecha. Participants will share their behind-the-scenes experiences and memories related to working with Wojciech Kilar. We can’t wait to hear their tales!


On Saturday 18th April we focus on our youngest audience. At 10 am we meet at the ICE Cracow Congress Centre for a special edition of “Good Morning ICE Krakow” entitled “Good Morning FMF”, during which our young audience will play music games with Katarzyna Huzar-Czub, author of the book series Sonia in the Land of Sonoroos and MC / cultural animator Darek Janiczak. We will travel to the Land of Sonoroos and – with the help of a mad orchestra conductor – we will record our own music piece using a special sound recorder!


On Sunday 19th April, during the FMF Gala: The Glamorous Show, the composer Craig Armstrong will be presented with this year’s Wojciech Kilar Award, granted by a board of experts who included PWM Edition’s Director and Editor-in-Chief, Daniel Cichy (PhD). The eminent film music composer Craig Armstrong is the author of soundtracks for such films as Moulin Rouge!, The Great Gatsby, Romeo and Juliet, and Far From The Madding Crowd. Our sincere congratulations!


PWM Edition’s publications will be available throughout the duration of this year’s Cracow Film Music Festival from the Festival Bookshop “Music Corner”. Festival guests will find there both our books for children: Little Overtures and Sonia in the Land of Sonoroos – and those for the rather older audience: the awarded detective novel Sidła [Snares] by Grażyna Bacewicz, Teresa Chylińska’s Romans, którego nie było [A Romance That Never Took Place] about Karol Szymanowski’s youth, the conductor Kazimierz Kord’s autobiography Epizody [Episodes], and Danuta Gwizdalanka’s 100 lat z dziejów polskiej muzyki [A Hundred Years of Polish Music].

We cordially invite you to the Festival on behalf of the organisers and PWM Edition!

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