I'll Call You When I Get There
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A young Polish artist is invited for a residency in Rotterdam. She takes the train to get there. Throughout her way, she receives phone calls from her mother, who is troubled by her daughter’s lonesome journey to the Netherlands, as to her it represents all the dangers lurking at a young woman. Goliszewska’s film in a humorous but also genuine way depicts a mother-daughter relationship, and further reflects on the mechanisms of fear creation and the feeling of perpetual threat. (Michał Matuszewski)
Małgorzata Goliszewska (born 1985) - visual artist and documentary filmmaker, graduate of the Art Academy in Szczecin and Wajda School in Warsaw. The founder of the former, Szczecin-based artistic group MIŁOŚĆ and the artistic residency ŁÓŻKO. She combines performance and documentary film in her artistic practise. Her works were presented, among others in Russia, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Italy, Austria and the USA. She received many artistic and film awards and is a scholarship holder of Młoda Polska, a laureate of the Hestia Artistic Journey competition, a resident of the Museumsquartier in Vienna. "Dress Me" (2010) is her first short documentary film. Her directorial feature debut “Lessons of Love” premiered at IDFA 2019.