NEON

2014  |  52'

"Neon" traces the history of the Communist-era neon signs of Warsaw, Poland, the context that generated them, the people and places connected with them, and the many meanings they have acquired since they were created.

THE STRANGEST DREAM

2008  |  80'

This is the story of Joseph Rotblat, the history of nuclear weapons, and the efforts of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs to halt nuclear proliferation, and bring about disarmament.

WARSAW:

A CITY DIVIDED

2019  |  70'

A film about Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Nazi vision for the city,  incorporating unknown amateur Polish 8mm found footage and survivor testimony.

A FILM FOR NORTHERN UGANDA

2016  |  46'

Stories of transformation of Northern Ugandan women and men who have risen from the ashes of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA)'s twenty year insurgency.

ABOUT

ERIC BEDNARSKI

A Warsaw based film director/writer/producer. Born in Halifax, Canada, Bednarski studied history and film making in North America and Europe. His documentary film work with the National Film Board of Canada has garnered him a Gemini Award and a Writers Guild of Canada Award nomination, and he was awarded the Decoration of Honour “Meritorious for Polish Culture” by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Bednarski was also twice selected as a Talent at the Berlinale Talent Campus. His films have been broadcast across the world and have also screened at international festivals, at the United Nations, the European Parliament and the State Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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