Discussion panels will be held in Centrum Kultury Zamek, Muza Theatre and Multikino 51.
Admission is free.
Program of the Discussion Panels, Workshops and Q&A's may be download here.
Discussion Panels will focus on important and topical issues, both social and cultural, but we will not ignore politics and ecology either.
Discussion Pannel with professor Jerzy Osiatyński, Wiktor Osiatyński and Jacek Żakowski "2013. Dirty thirteen. What is going on in here?" Three eminent minds will discuss the problems of the modern world in a unique meeting that will be held on August 3rd, at the Transatlantyk Festival Poznań.
Google revolution is happening. Should we be afraid of it? What is it really all about? The panel, entitled "Who is Afraid of Google Revolution" with Edwin Bendyk’s and Wojciech Orliński’s participation, will revolve around the movie "Google and the World Brain,” that you will be able to see in the section of engaged documentaries, Trasatlantyk Docs.
In the history of cinema, great visionaries set on a director’s chair, but according to many critics, no one was more brilliant than Stanley Kubrick. Are they right? Film critics, Tomasz Raczek ("Weekendowy Magazyn Filmowy") and Janusz Wroblewski ("Polityka") together with film expert, professor Krzysztof Kozłowski, author of a book on Kubrick, will try to answer this question. The panel will revolve around this year’s film review dedicated to Stanley Kubrick.
The panel, "Continuation of the Occupy Wall Street Movement: comparison of the losses, effects and effectiveness of the protests all around the world," is a continuation of the topics that we had been discussing during the previous editions of the festival, and it will be held with the participation of the filmmakers, Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites, who will come to Poznan with their film "99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film," which will be screened in the section Sundance at Transatlantyk.
Will television and cinema still exist in a few dozen years? What will future media be like? Panel, "Cinema / TV / Twitter - delete where inapplicable," with Janusz Wróblewski, will be held after the screening of the film "Side by Side," presented in the section Transatlantyk ART.
During the panel, "GMO’s and corporations take over our food!", the guest of this year's Culinary Cinema, Jeremy Seifert (creator of the film "GMO OMG") and Stephen Hook (main character of the film "The Moo Man") will talk about a food production and the philosophy of living in harmony with nature. Their films will also be presented in the sections Transatlantyk Docs and Eco.
Together with "Gazeta Wyborcza," we would like to invite everyone to a debate, "Poznan - city for the people," that will take place after a special screening of the film "The Human Scale," with the participation of the city authorities and urban social workers.
These and other discussion panels will be held in Centrum Kultury Zamek, Muza Theatre and Multikino 51. Admission is free.Program of the Discussion Panels, Workshops and Q&A's may be download here.
Three eminent minds will discuss the problems of the modern world