Screening of “The son who never was”

Róża Romaniec

Róża Romaniec born in 1972 in Gliwice, studied journalism and political studies in Germany. Since 1996 has been working as a correspondent for German and Polish media (including Deutsche Welle, RBB, WDR and TV Polonia). “The son who never was” is her first film.

W imię syna - historia zza żelaznej kurtyny / The son who never was


History lessons

History lessons of Centrum Dialogu Przełomy are meetings with youth organised at unusual locations, with witnesses of historic events and historians. CDP lessons connect elements of talks, lectures, and happenings, sometimes they taking form of an Oxford debate or a dramatisation. What initiates such a lesson can be the anniversary of an important historical event, a current political event, a meeting with an interesting guest, and film premieres. The lessons are supported by the Marshal of the Voivodeship. In the past four years a few thousand of junior high-school and high-school students from about 50 towns in West Pomerania participated in the lessons. 


Agnieszka Kuchcińska-Kurcz

Agnieszka Kuchcińska-Kurcz – journalist, author of numerous reportages concerning contemporary history of Poland, and interviews with witnesses of historic events, co-author of several television reportages on  people and events from the times of the Polish People's Republic. Initiator of Muzeum Przełomów, known today as Centrum Dialogu Przełomy. From 2008 CDP plenipotentiary of the Marshal of the West Pomerania Voivodeship, from 2013 branch manager and curator of the emerging permanent exhibition of Centrum Dialogu Przełomy in the National Museum in Szczecin.


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