Michał Borczuch/Nowy Teatr
Cinema of Moral Anxiety

  • Theatre

A mid-19th century American drop-out, fleeing civilisation. A Polish amateur filmmaker, who only wanted to record the birth of his child on Super 8 end of the 1970’s and suddenly encountered the political powers of his camera. Teenage flaneurs somewhere between Netflix, Snapchat and European Union, ageing actors with wiry bodies and failing claims to restitution: in this dynamic, concentrated theatre performance, the stage is a highway on which people and eras constantly meet, just as much inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden”, as by the early films of Krzysztof Kieślowski. The characters speed up, slow down or pause, as time becomes space. They keep asking themselves: How do we want to live together, and did we even want to live together, or do we still want to live together?
Direction: Michał Borczuch
Text, Dramaturgy: Tomasz Śpiewak
Set Design, Costumes: Dorota Nawrot
Music: Bartosz Dziadosz Pleq
Lighting Design: Jacqueline Sobiszewski
Video: Wojciech Sobolewski
Cast: Bartosz Bielenia, Dominika Biernat, Marek Kalita, Maja Ostaszewska, Ewelina Pankowska, Piotr Polak, Jacek Poniedziałek, Eliza Rycembel, Krzysztof Zarzecki

The festival „Unfuck my future. How to live together in Europe” is funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media of Germany as well as the Federal Agency for Civic Education. „Cinema of Moral Anxiety“ is supported by Frankfurt LAB.