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.

ATTENTION FEBRUARY 2019: OKO's mission changed to promote survival of the Polish language among the immigrants: we will still strive to show films with the English subtitles, but it's no longer a major priority. Watch each post for the info on whether the subtitles are provided. We hope you continue to enjoy the Polish Films!

See you at Kino OKO and thank you for being a film friend. OKO logo by Iza Turski.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Seattle Polish Film Festival November 4-5-6-11-12-13

There will be no OKO film in November, but plenty of opportunities to see Polish films, as the 19th Annual Seattle Polish Film Festival (SPFF) is coming to town....

SPFF runs November 4-5-6 and November 11-12-13 (two consecutive weekends) at the newly remodeled SIFF Cinema at the Uptown,  located 511 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle.  Tickets are $10 at the door.

The Festival’s feature movie is Black Thursday set to show on Sunday, November 6 at six o’clock p.m. This film will be followed by a Question and Answer panel discussion and a second film, Poland in Freedom.

For the full schedule and extras - Nov. 6th reception with director Antoni Krauze, producer Kazimierz Beer, actress Ewa Kasprzyk and producer Jakub Michalski;  2-for-1 ticket offer and more -  go to the Festival website at:  http://www.polishfilms.org/

Most movies listed are recent and contemporary, but a few oldies thrown too ( CAREER OF NIKOS DYZMA, 2002; MADAME CURIE, 1947) +  several great looking documentaries...

See you there!