- Great news, Eva. I have pre-ordered my copy. The film will coincide with the launch of the Wojtek Audiobook that the Kresy-Siberia Foundation is working withMessage 1 of 2 , Nov 4, 2011View SourceGreat news, Eva. I have pre-ordered my copy.The film will coincide with the launch of the Wojtek Audiobook that the Kresy-Siberia Foundation is working with the Audiobook company in Poland, to publish before Christmas as well !Lots of new things to stuff in those Christmas stockings !Krystyna
Krystyna Szypowska - Winnipeg, Canada
Executive Director, Kresy-Siberia Foundation - registered in Warsaw (KRS 0000326445)
Chair, Kresy-Siberia (Canada) Inc. - Federal Corporation (IC 767574-7)
Director, Kresy-Siberia (UK) - Registered Charity No. 1137210
"Established to inspire, promote and support research, remembrance
and recognition of Polish citizens’ struggles in the Eastern Borderlands
and in Exile during World War II."
Wojtek - The Bear That Went to War
Screening of Polish-British documentary about the bear who fought in World War Two
Tuesday 15 November 2011
London W6 9RL
Tickets: £8.50/7.50 cons.
Call 0208 222 8774 enter the password "Wojtek" to receive a free ticket to the premiere of the movie.
Wojtek The Bear That Went to War
dir. Will Hood and Adam Lavis
Poland/UK 59 min
This is the story of Wojtek the Soldier Bear - a magnificent 500lb military bear who fought in World War Two alongside a band of Polish soldiers, shared their beer and cigarettes - and eventually their fate. Told by those that knew him, his story will capture the imagination and provide a very different perspective of the Polish war story.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director and veterans who knew Wojtek
Please find out more about Wojtek here www.wojtekfilm.com
Pre-order copies of the DVD to be delivered by Christmas from http://animalmonday.co.uk/shop.php
The film is co-funded by BBC Scotland, TVP and PISF.
Director, Kresy-Siberia (UK)