The film by veteran filmmaker Jerzy Skolimowski tells the story of a donkey, who, wandering around the world, suffers cruelty at the hands of man. Passed from hand to hand, the animal meets both good and bad people in a series of adventures that explore a vision of modern Europe through his eyes.
Experienced explorers Mateusz Waligóra and Łukasz Supergan will be walking the 600km distance from the west to the east of the world’s largest island on skis, with a plan to complete the arduous journey in just one month.
Often mysterious and ethereal, the mood in Łukasz Lenkiewicz’s photos crosses boundaries that are serene, surreal, wistful and dreamlike. Along the way, his discoveries – which he says run into several hundred – have ranged from the intriguing and creepy to the downright bizarre.
Setting off today from Nordkapp, the northernmost cape of Europe, to reach the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas, adventurer Krzysztof Puternicki says he “will go through glaciers, wade through the mud of Europe in winter, then the dust of Africa will stick to every part of my body” during his epic Polish Traces project.
The most prestigious travel event in Poland, Kolosy awards real life action men and women from around the world for their incredible achievements.
A harem doctor, a traveller and trader in prisoners of war, Regina Pilszytynowa’s life was as enigmatic as it was exciting. But it was laced with tragedy too.