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Duchamp the Art of the Possible


Duchamp: Art of the Possible Feature Documentary written  and directed by Matthew Taylor

USA 2019 Documentary 89 minutes

Duchamp: Art of the Possible is a feature documentary that explores the life, art, and philosophy of the 20th century’s most influential modernists, Marcel Duchamp, and how his work single-handedly changed the course of art, and over time, culture itself.

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Marcel Duchamp the Art of the Possible selected for outdoor screenings at On Art Film Festival in Poland

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The biggest open-air film festival in Central Europe.
From 3rd July to 6th September 2020.

- 9th edition
- 7 cities
- Over 2 months of every-day entertainment
- For thousands of Art&Movie lovers

If you are the author of a film about art, or art is an important topic in your film – show it at the first on-air film festival in Poland! The event lasts two months. It takes place in July and August 2020 in the biggest cities of Poland.

Prestigious locations:
Warsaw: National Museum, The Amphitheatre at Łazienki Royal-Park, Królikarnia Palace, Park Żeromskiego & accompanying events in Cracow, Poznań, Łódź, Bydgoszcz, Lublin and Wrocław.

We are looking for the best art productions from all around the world, covering topics such as: painting, photography, sculpture, music, dance, performance, video art, etc.

Last year 85 films took part in the Festival. Viewers had the opportunity to see not only the films qualified for the competition, but also the best classic movies about art, such as: “Visages, Villages”, “Exit Through the Gift Shop”, “Pina”, “Cinema Paradiso” or “Finding Vivian Maier”.

Poles are passionate art and movie lovers. Many Polish filmmakers, such as Roman Polański, Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Janusz Kamiński, Sławomir Idziak have contributed to the history of international cinematography.

Show your movie to Polish and international audience, bring your movie-theme closer, and be a part of On Art Festival 2020!

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