The Polish and Yiddish Cinema in the Interwar Period: a Personal Union
During the interwar period, Warsaw remained one of the most significant centres of the Yiddish-language film industry. Jewish filmmakers played a vital role in the Polish film industry during that period.
What were the consequences of this “personal union” and the impact thereof on the development of both the Polish and the Jewish film industry?
A lecture by Dr Iwona Kurz, director of the Institute for Polish Culture of the University of Warsaw, an expert in the field of film and visual arts.