The Return: a filmmaker discovers modern Jewish Poland – Jewesses with Attitude 14.01.16 One day in 2009 I read an article about the interest in Jewish culture in Poland among non-Jewish Poles. Jewish culture festivals were being initiated and curated by non-Jewish Poles, with thousands of Poles exploring klezmer music, learning Yiddish, and other oddities. It lit a fire within me to go to Poland for the first time, to look into this phenomenon and see if there might be a film there.
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