Warsaw Tzimmes

How about Jewish food in contemporary Poland? Is it easy to get a plate of gefilte fish, roasted goose or tzimmes? You’ll find some answers and travel tips in the first episode of “Jewish Food Tour of Poland” – a culinary travel vlog series that I wrote and directed for Polin Muzeum.

Praga: my favourite spots on film

How about a guided walk in Praga, a Warsaw city district? Thanks to the Common Roots Campaign launched by the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews I can show you round my favourite spots in spite of the pandemics regulations. Sounds like fun? Just join me on my walk!

Praga and its Jewish heritage

The original hideout where a Righteous Among the Nations family was hiding Jews during WWII, two prayer halls and a glimpse of a pre-war city. The stories and architecture of the eastern part of Warsaw inspired Hollywood directors and local street art artists. For years Praga in Warsaw (the district on the eastern bank of…

Alternative Warsaw

Eastern bazaar, bears at the tram stop and Google for Startups in an old vodka distillery – when you cross Wisła river and get to the eastern (right) river bank you will discover Warsaw that is an alternative to skyscrapers and reconstructions of the city center. First things first: the eastern bazaar is called in…

selfie with Chopin, multimedia and national pride

Let’s start from the beginning – there was a photo competition in Warsaw organised by the Bureau of the city’s promotion. It is simple: take a selfie with Chopin, hashtag it: #selfiewithchopin #contest and wait for the results. It ended on May 14th, 2017, but there are Chopin themed multimedia that you can enjoy all the time….