The Dark Horse
The Children’s Art Centre in Poznań
We bring together people who share one passion: a passion for art made for children and by children. Our activities are aimed at those who are still learning to walk and talk, those who have made it to crèche or nursery, then to elementary, middle, or secondary school, and finally to university, but also at those who have never lost the thirst and courage for discovering the world and themselves within the world. They all come to us and meet across generational boundaries. We organise a number of cyclical events, many of which have a long- standing tradition. We deal with theatre, film, music, and visual arts, sometimes treating them as separate domains, but usually making them complement each other and form a whole, just like we as individuals get together to form a team.
We are a local government cultural institution which not only believes in its mission, but also realises it every day.
Centrum Sztuki Dziecka w Poznaniu
ul. Św. Marcin 80/82
61 809 Poznań
Annika and Ikra are members of a youth theatre in Berlin. They learned in school about Holocaust, but they are not really interested in the subject. But then it turns out that their next project will be the children’s opera ‘Brundibár’. As a part of preparation for the show, young actors meet with Greta Klingsberg, who played the main part in most performances of ‘Brundibár’ and who was in concentration camps Theresienstadt and Auschwitz during World War II. When they visit with Greta Theresienstadt, their attitude towards history changes.
feature acting / ALE KINO! HISTORY ZONE
He works as a screenwriter and director in Berlin. He made many documentaries, including: award-winning ‘Bellaria: As Long as We Live!’ (2001), ‘Did You Ever Fall in Love with Me?’ (2005) and ‘The Discarded Father’ (2008).
feature acting / Panorama młodych
from 16 y/o
FILMS SET / short animated / Competition - short films
from 16 y/o