"THE BODY PHILOSOPHER" (73 min)
To Richard Shusterman, the creator of "somaesthetics",
philosophy should also address the mundane and bodily. His 100
old father disagrees. Richard juggles performing in a golden body
suit, lecturing on the art of eating and film pressures. All to
"CHARLIE AND THE COMMON GOOD" (58 min)
Big Ideas in a Small Town. Two academic friends and political opponents (Charles Brown and Greg
Schneider) prepare for a public debate in Emporia, Kansas. Can progressive and a conservative
visions come together to save America in crisis?
"THE VIEW FROM A CATHEDRAL" (53 min)
Marek Siemek, a charismatic philosophy professor at Warsaw University, fights to uphold the legacy of his mentor, Bronislaw Baczko,
who was forced from Poland in the anti-Semitic purge of 1968. The story
tracks how Siemek's struggle contributed to his death. Premieres
"LAWNSWOOD GARDENS" (55 min)
A documentary about Zygmunt Bauman, one of the most important
sociologists of recent times, explores the links between his
groundbreaking "Modernity and the Holocaust" and "Winter in the
Morning", a Warsaw Ghetto memoir by Janina Bauman.
"A comprehensive and insightful portrait of an outstanding intellectual
who grants the camera an unusually close access."
"A unique documentary of a man with his personal details
and narratives shown in a non cliche, original way."
Zielony Dziennik Warszawa