Selected film materials created by the Foundation or connected with our work.
Foundation's film productions
A Memory of the
Exhibitions and atelier
Early Fashion Charm
The “Early Fashion Charm” exhibition inaugurated the work of our Foundation’s House of History in August 2015.
„Winter Fairy-Tales” was the second exhibition, presented in the House of History in Nowy Sącz (January – March 2016).
Fashionably through the ages
“Fashionably throughout the ages” is a part of a reportage made in the old Nomina Rosae atelier by the Cable TV in Nowy Sącz (2012).
Shtetl of Tsanz
I don't know my death – ghetto liquidation anniversary
“I don’t know my death” – anniversary ceremonies organized in Nowy Sącz on the 75th anniversary of Nowy Sącz ghetto liquidation by the Nomina Rosae Foundation within the Shtetl of Tsanz programme. Material realized by RTK in Nowy Sącz
75 years ago the pre-war Nowy Sącz died
„75 years ago the pre-war Nowy Sącz died” is a material produced by RTK in Nowy Sącz during the commemoration of the 75th, anniversary of Nowy Sącz ghetto liquidation. An interview with Łukasz Połomski, director of the Shtetl of Tsanz
More information about the Shtetl of Tsanz educational programme operating for more than 4 years within the Nomina Rosae Foundation in Nowy Sącz and initiated by dr Łukasz Połomski can be found in the Education/Shtetl of Tsanz tab.
We also invite you to visit the programme’s website at www.sadeckisztetl.com
Labyrinth of History
Outline of the history of the Teutonic Order
The “Outline of the history of the Teutonic Order since modernity to contemporary times” by prof. Udo Arnold (Bonn University) within the 1st Labyrinth of History: Teutonic Order, MCK SOKÓŁ in Nowy Sącz, 2006.
Between jihad and raison d'état
Lecture “Between jihad and raison d’état: Ottoman diplomacy in the modern era” by prof. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk (Warsaw University), within the 2nd Labyrinth of History: Turks, MCK SOKÓŁ, Nowy Sącz, 2007.
Four Victims of the Pharmacist
A movie produced during film workshops led by Barbara Szewczyk during the 7th Labyrinth of History “To capture. To record. To Not Forget. 150th anniversary of the January Uprising”
Nowy Sącz, 2013.
"Gateway to freedom"
The “Gateway to freedom” concert during the 8th Labyrinth of History “To capture. To record. To not forget. 150th anniversary of the January Uprising” performed by StereoTypy and Scherzo Choir. The lyrics of the rapped songs were mainly poems and songs from the uprising and about the uprising in special arrangements prepared for the Labyrinth.
Nowy Sącz, 2013.
World War I and its influence on the fate of the societies
The “World War I and its influence on the fate of the societies” lecture by dr hab. Jerzy Pająk (Jana Kochanowskiego University in Kielce) given during the 9th Labyrinth of History “Family in the Face of War 1914-1918”.
MCK SOKÓŁ in Nowy Sącz, 2014.
Roxelana and others. Women in sultans' harems.
The “Roxelana and others Women in Ottoman sultans’ harems from the 14th to 17th century” given during the 11th Labyrinth of History “Women’s History – Women in History”.
MCK SOKÓŁ in Nowy Sącz, 2016.
More information about the Labyrinth of History educational and artistic programme organized with the Foundation together with MCK SOKÓŁ in Nowy Sącz form more than 10 years can be found in the Education/Labyrinth of History tab.
We also invite you to visit the programme’s website at www.labirynthistorii.pl
Golden Afternoon 2013
A reminiscence from the Golden Afternoon – radio piece from our first 19th-century picnic was created by Katarzyna Hnat for the Złote Przeboje 93,8 FM Radio.
Golden Afternoon 2014
A reminiscence of the Golden afternoon in 2014 in the Goetz-Okocimski Palace in Brzesko.
(Directed and edited by Barbara Szewczyk)
Golden Afternoon 2015
An invitation for the 3rd Golden Afternoon in the Śmiłowice Palace near Nowe Brzesko.
(2015, dir. Barbara Szewczyk
Golden Afternoon 2016
Invitation for the 4th Golden afternoon in Sieraków Manor near Dobczyce in 2016.
The video was created thanks to Domowa Kostiumologia and Buduar Panny Wrońskiej.
More information about the Golden Afternoon 19th-century stylish picnic organized every year by the foundation since 2013 can be found in the Education/Golden Afternoon tab
We also invite you to visit the programme’s website at www.golden-afternoon.com
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