The third day of Gdańsk DocFilm Festival begins at 1.00 PM with the screening of an Israeli competition film “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?” (dir. Tomer Heymann, Barak Heymann).
At 2.00 PM a retrospective of Maciej Pieprzyca’s films will begin. We will also talk to the 15th GDFF’s head of jury after the screenings. We’ll see the director’s documentaries as well as his feature film which won the Silver Lions Award at Gdynia Film Festival 2016.
Just as on the previous days, we will screen a block of three short fiction films at 3.00 PM in ESC: “Mother” (dir. Łukasz Ostalski, GDF), “Grandma’s Day” ( dir. Miłosz Sakowski, GDF) and a French film “Enemies Within” (dir. Selim Azzazi).
At 4:30 PM we’ll return to the main competition with the animated “Whatever the Weather” (dir. Remo Scherer). After that, we’ll watch a Polish production by Paweł Ziemilski, “Urban Cowboys” with whom there’ll be a teleconference after the film. At 6.00 PM we’ll screen “The Sea I Have to Love” (dir. Patrick Wally). Agnieszka Elbanowska, the author of the next film is the festival’s guest and after the screening of “First Pole on Mars” a Q&A will give us a chance to talk to her. At 8.00 PM we’ll screen a very warm and touching documentary by Roger Ross Williams about an autistic boy who begins to communicate with his family and learns to function in the world thanks to Disney’s cartoons. Today will end with the film “Sand Men” about three non-typical artists. After the screening, we’ll have a Q&A with Tal Amiran, the festival’s guest.