Over the past three-and-a-half years, Adam and Dyba Lach have passed through Poland A, Poland B, and Polands of every other letter. Their work itinerary recalls the heyday of reportage, when editorial offices sent reporters to regions around the country simply to check in with how things were on the ground. A reporter wasn’t given unlimited time, but still had ample opportunity to properly cover an area, and even to grow bored with it.
Author's meeting: Filip Ćwik "Love Actually"
Wednesday, 26.11.2014, at 18.30
Puławska 41/22, Warsaw
Warszawa bez fikcji / Fiction Free Warsaw is an international festival dedicated to reportage, photojournalism and other genres that adopt non-fictional themes, such as theatre. Over 80 reporters and photographers from the international and Polish press will take part in meetings with the public in several places in the Polish capital. NAPO FOUNDATION is co-organizing the festival and invites to (among others) the following debates:
November 24: Picture of the World. Debate: What about Polish Photojournalism? Participants: Piotr Małecki, Filip Ćwik, Witold Krassowski, Krzysztof Pawela, Krzysztof Wójcik, Monika Szewczyk, Jacek Marczewski.
November 25: Picture of the World. Debate: A View of Foreign Suffering - Photojournalism on the War Front. Participants: Justyna Mielnikiewicz, Cezary Sokołowski, Maksymilian Rigamonti, Wojciech Grzedzinski, Monika Szewczyk, Jacek Marczewski.
November 27: Picture of the World. Debate: "Collecting Photographs is to Collect the World" - Reporters and travel photojournalists talk about their experiences. Participants: Maciej Biernacki, Paulina Wilk, Joanna Lamparska, Marcin Jamkowski, Jakub Mielnik, Maciej Jeziorek, Ewa Meissner.
On November 24 at 07.30 PM at Chłodna 25 Club - Portfolio Review - Meeting with photojournalists from Napo Images for those considering a future in the profession and all other people interested in photojournalism, accompanied by Napo Images Slideshow - a viewing of photoreportages by Napo Images photographers.