February 3, 2023


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Screenings of "Let There Be No Traces" in New York.  "The party was very good"

Screenings of “Let There Be No Traces” in New York. “The party was very good”

Therefore, director Matuszyński and Tomasz Ziętek, who play the main role, are based in the United States. “The reception of the film was very good. Lots of conversations and comments.” – The manager evaluated the PAP after examining New York.

According to Matuzinski, the difference in reception of the film in Poland and America is minimal. “And this for me confirms the universality of the film” – he emphasized.

Tomic Smolarski, curator of film and performing arts at the Institute of Polish Culture in New York, explained that his foundation has been supporting Oscar campaigns for Polish films for many years.

“We provide support on several levels. We support films by hiring professional PR firms that specialize in such promotions and then working with these companies, or by staging shows in New York and Los Angeles, which is often a requirement for a film to be nominated for an award. Oscar “- explained the curator.

He also added, this year the institute is also conducting a similar campaign for the Polish Oscar nominee “There should be no trace”.

“We organize, among other things, screenings for the press and members of the Academy, with the participation of the director and lead actor Tomas Zyczyk. These campaigns are also supported by the Polish Film Institute,” Smolarski said.

“Leave No Traces” is a story based on a report prepared by Cesare Azariewicz under the same title, about a graduate of the Grzegorz Przemyk High School, who was arrested on May 12, 1983 by MO officers in pl. Zamkoy in Warsaw and was severely beaten at the police station. He was taken to hospital and died on 14 May. Matt Grzegorz Przemyk One of the most notorious crimes committed by the security services of the People’s Republic of Poland.

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