• Tomasz Wolski
  • Poland
  • 2021
  • 70 min
  • Dutch Premiere
  • Best of Fests
When protests broke out in Communist Poland in late 1970, a crisis team gathered in Warsaw. Soon after the militia made use of their batons. Shots were fired. Through archival recordings and animations, viewers are able to observe various power mechanisms. The film 1970 is a story about a rebellion but told from the perspective of the oppressors.


Tomasz Wolski
Anna Gawlita for Kijora Film
Involved TV Channel


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Wouter Jansen for Square Eyes
Festival Handling
Wouter Jansen for Square Eyes

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