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Internet archive of Polish artistic films: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
03.02.2012 - 03.02.2013
Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw - Warsaw


Filmoteka Muzeum of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw operates with the goal of digital protection and distribution of outstanding audiovisual works from Polish visual artists of the 20th and the early 21st century. Filmoteka is also a research and educational project embracing the media-related dimension of Polish art. Our mission is both to develop an archive within the Museum and to make films available on the Internet for the purposes of education and propagation—on behalf of the artists and under the imperative of unrestricted access to knowledge.  


Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
ul. Pańska 3
Country: pl


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