29th Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival: State Theatre.:
Three days of Polish films with subtitles. Tickets $12 (students & seniors, $8; U-M students with ID, free) except as noted. Note that free screenings also require a ticket. Mask required. AnnArborPolishFilmFestival.com. State Theater, various times.
Nov. 6: Narrative Shorts. includes four dramatic shorts, 23 to 30 min.: Ceremonia/The Ceremony (10 a.m.) (Tadeusz Kabicz, 2021). Drama about a woman who returns to her home village for her father’s funeral and learns some shocking facts. Droga/The Road (Edyta Wróblewska, 2021). Drama about a wedding guest who reassesses her life. Niewolnik/Slave (Grzegorz Piekarski, 2021). Fantasy about a prisoner whose unusual sentence as a housekeeper comes to an end. Stancja/The Last Room on the Left (Adrian Apanel, 2021). Surreal drama about a boarding house that is very hard to leave. FREE. 10 a.m.
Nov. 6: Not Yet Titled Ukraine Documentary (Simon Target, 2022). 45-min. documentary about Ukraine. FREE. 1:30 p.m.
Nov. 6: “Julia Blue” (Roxy Toporowych, 2018). Ukraine/U.S.-produced romantic drama about a Ukrainian photographer who volunteers at a military hospital and meets an Englishman with deep emotional scars. Followed by Q&A with the director. Fundraiser for Ukrainian filmmakers. 2:30 p.m., . . . . . .