The album of historic images provides a window on Poland’s turbulent history over the last 100 years, from the first steps of the republic to the present day.
The Polish Press Agency’s only communist-era correspondent covering Africa, South America and Asia, Kapuściński, who died 12 years ago today, reported on 27 revolutions and coups before being fired for his support of Poland’s Solidarity movement. He is also one of the most translated Polish writers of all time.
Credibility has been and remains the Polish Press Agency's (PAP) main asset, said Wojciech Surmacz, the agency's president, on Thursday at a Warsaw gala marking its centenary.
For the first time, Ryszard Kapuściński’s prose hits the big screens in an extraordinary hybrid of animated action film seamlessly mixed with classic documentary.
Never since the 1989 fall of communism has Polish media been as free as today, Polish Press Agency (PAP) President Wojciech Surmacz said on Tuesday at a Media as a Public Service conference in Warsaw.