Polish Film Festival 2011+1/2 – additional presentation:
The Officer's Wife
documentary, 2010, in English
Directed by Piotr Uzarowicz
Production and music by Jan A.P. Kaczmarek
Saturday, April 28
3:00 pm

The Little Theatre, 240 East Avenue

Tickets cost $8.00 and can be purchased at the Little Theatre box office beginning before the screenings.
The Officer's Wife
Documentary, 2010, in English
Directed by Piotr Uzarowicz
Production and music by Jan A.P. Kaczmarek

Upon the death of his father, a son makes a startling discovery. A forgotten bank safe deposit box reveals his deceased grandmother’s memoirs, old photos of an army officer and a mysterious postcard that all link to a concealed crime: the Katyń Forest massacre. Weaving dramatic interviews with bold animation, The Officer’s Wife probes the collision of truth, justice, and memory in a shrouded family tragedy.

"I watched THE OFFICER'S WIFE with gripping intensity and outraged emotions. It is a most effective presentation of the overall context of the crime." - Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former NSA Director. "THE OFFICER'S WIFE presents Katyn and its aftermath like no other film - it is deeply moving." - Alex Storozynski, President & Executive Director, The Kosciuszko Foundation.


Question-and-answer session with Piotr Uzarowicz will follow the screening.
The Little Theatre, 240 East Avenue Tickets cost $8.00 and can be purchased at the Little Theatre box office beginning before the screenings.