Screening of Wilhelm Sasnal’s first feature film, “Swineherd” (“Świniopas”), 2008, black and white. As Hans Rudolf Reust wrote in “Artforum”, “The rural setting offers an inexhaustible supply of striking images: a water pump silhouetted against the light, patterns made by telephone poles (recalling Aleksandr Rodchenko’s photographs), the drum of a cement mixer, the pond behind the house where the pigs wallow, or the swineherd poking around in search of muddy plates marked with scrawled swastikas. One is constantly being surprised by the abrupt introduction of music or other noises: Suddenly, these sounds change the rhythm of the images, the images within the images, and their surfaces and structures.”