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The 13th annual Polish Film Festival in America, produced by the Society for Arts, continues Friday through Sunday, November 16 through 18. Screenings are at the Society for Arts, 1112 N. Milwaukee. Tickets are $7; passes are also available for $40 (five screenings). For more information call 773-486-9612.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16

Videos by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, program one

Two unsubtitled documentaries by Zmarz-Koczanowicz, who will attend the screening: Clairvoyant (56 min.) and I, Construction Worker (30 min.). (7:00)

Videos by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, program two

Two unsubtitled documentaries by Zmarz-Koczanowicz, who will attend the screening: Love Without Visa (35 min.) and Bara Bara (1997, 55 min.). (9:15)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17

Videos by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, program three

Two unsubtitled videos by Zmarz-Koczanowicz, who will attend the screening: the TV play Sandra K (2000, 70 min.) and the documentary I, Construction Worker (30 min.). (7:00)

Videos by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, program four

Two unsubtitled documentaries by Zmarz-Koczanowicz, who will attend the screening: The Magic Mountain (2000, 60 min.) and Jerzy Grotowski--Sketch for a Portrait (1999, 55 min.). (9:15)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Documentary videos, program two

Three videos made for Polish television. For Document . . . ? (32 min.), director Malgorzata Szumowska asked friends to make a testament for the camera and found that its presence produces unexpected results. Magda Piekorz's Labyrinth (29 min.) looks at dramatic therapy for people with emotional problems. And To Find, to See, to Bury (26 min.), also by Piekorz, documents the exhumation of the dead in Srebrenica. (4:00)

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Natalia Koryncka-Gruz directed this profile (2000, 55 min.) of video animator Zbigniew Rybczynski. On the same program, Konrad Szolajski's Art of Love According to Wislocka (29 min.), about sex therapist and author Michalina Wislocka. Both videos to be shown without subtitles. (6:00)

Mother of the Unknown Soldier

Russian women search for their sons in Chechnya in this TV documentary (2000, 54 min.) by Mariusz Malec. On the same program, Andrzej Brzozowski's The Last Shots (2000, 46 min.), about filmmaker Andrzej Munk, who died in 1961 during an accident on location. Both videos to be shown without subtitles. (8:00)

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