Remembering the Films Of Andrzej Wajda

Academy Award winning Polish film director Andrzej Wajda
Academy Award winning Polish film director Andrzej Wajda speaks during the opening of a review of some of his movies in March 2016 in Warsaw, Poland. Wajda, whose career maneuvering between a repressive communist government and an audience yearning for freedom won him international recognition and an honorary Oscar, died Sunday, Oct. 9. He was 90. Alik Keplicz / Associated Press
Academy Award winning Polish film director Andrzej Wajda
Academy Award winning Polish film director Andrzej Wajda speaks during the opening of a review of some of his movies in March 2016 in Warsaw, Poland. Wajda, whose career maneuvering between a repressive communist government and an audience yearning for freedom won him international recognition and an honorary Oscar, died Sunday, Oct. 9. He was 90. Alik Keplicz / Associated Press

Remembering the Films Of Andrzej Wajda

Polish cinema auteur Andrzej Wajda passed away this week after making films for more than 60 years.

His last project, Afterimage, will be featured at this year’s Chicago International Film Festival.

Film contributor Milos Stehlik and Annette Insdorf, an expert on Polish cinema and a professor in the Graduate Film Program of the School of the Arts of Columbia University, discuss his long career.