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WELCOME to Film Club OKO! WHERE
: POLISH CULTURAL CENTER, Upstairs •
1714 -18th Avenue • Seattle WA 98122. WHEN: THIRD FRIDAY of the month • 7:30 PM (usually, but check for details on each film) • Free admission

Our Mission: Polish Film Club OKO is a private discussion club, affiliated with the Polish Cultural Center in Seattle (a non-profit organization), and devoted to promoting Polish-themed film art in the Pacific Northwest through exposure, education and discussion - ALL FILMS HAVE ENGLISH SUBTITLES.
See you at Kino OKO and thank you for being a film friend. aleks in seattle. OKO logo by Iza Turski.
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Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday, September 16th - Santa Rosa: Odyssey in the Rhythm of Mariachi (at Polish Home)

OKO is going on summer vacation (Polish Home closed July and August) - the next film will be a repeat screening of the Slawomir Grunberg's 2013 documentary 'Santa Rosa: Odyssey in the Rhythm of Mariachi' (originally screened May 6 at UW campus). For info and trailer see the previous post below (under info about 'Karski' film. )



See you all  Friday, September 16 at 7:30 pm for the tale of Polish refugees from  Siberia who ended up in Santa Rosa, Mexico during WW2.   Safe summer travels!

5 comments:

  1. this movie in europe movie festivale?

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    1. No, this is not part of seattle polish film festival, but will be screened 10/21 in polish film club OKO - moved from september. Post announcing new date coming this weekend. Thank you for asking!

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    2. oh, sorry, this movie was cancelled, because it collides with SPFF time in october - see above post for the seattle polish film fest and next OKO screenings i(n polish cultural center)

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  2. Why are your movies always screened so late? Have you considered starting them at 7 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. instead of 8 p.m.? I would like to join you, but the time is an issue.

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    1. Hi Linda - really glad you brought this up, as the time is too late for me, too :). you notice that the stated time is 7:30, yet the way polish home functions: people come after work, want to eat dinner first, they don't show up upstairs until ten to 8 pm or so (some would like us to start at 9 pm!)...

      i no longer can cope with staying till 11 or past for the discussion, so i'm very motivated about moving it down to 7 pm, but probably will have a new audience, if any... tonight is a long film 'chinatown' - planning to start at 7:30 sharp, wish me luck!

      my profile on the blog has a email contact, please email me, so i can contact you if i manage to move the screening down.

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