Karolina Gorczyca (Diana), Bartosz Nowicki (Jean H. Houdon), Krzysztof Stelmaszczyk (St. August Poniatowski)
A series of four documentary and fictional films directed by Agnieszka Trzos titled: “The Lost Art” tells the story of works of art (paintings, graphics, or sculptures) belonging to Polish museum collections, which were lost during World War II. Some of them have been recovered in cooperation with international companies specializing in the search for works of art or private individuals, others have not yet been reclaimed.
“Diana” – a marble bust sculpted by Jean A. Houdon from the collection of King Stanisław August Poniatowski. The piece from the Palace on Water in Łazienki was taken by the Germans in 1940 and recovered in 2015.
Director, screenwriter and producer. She made her feature debut “The Tower” in 2006. She has directed many tv series and documentaries. Lately she made four episodes of documentary and fictional films titled “The Lost Art” commissioned by Warsaw Documentary and Feature Film Studio. A founder of Mamma Pictures Ltd.
Sunday 11/19/23 12:00 pm.
(1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago)
2023, 20 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles
ANNA JANYSKA, AGNIESZKA TRZOS
[KUBA LUCZKIEWICZ &
KINGA KOWALCZYK in the USA]
FEATURE & DOCUMENTARY FILM STUDIO