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The term post-pornography originated in the 1990s in response to the need to broaden perspectives on understanding the body and sexuality and in order to critique mainstream pornography. Understood as an intersectional art movement, it is a platform for exploring the relationship between culture and oppression, particularly in the context of bodily autonomy, biopolitics, pleasure, and identity. Post-pornography focuses on a critical approach to the dominant socio-cultural order, testing new artistic narratives filtered through the language of contemporary and ethical pornography, understood as one of the fields of visual art.

     Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw is an invitation to join us on a journey to the near and far corners of human desire, intimacy, and joy. Our goal is to appreciate sexuality together and take a look – without shame and prudishness – at the diverse languages used to describe it. Diversity is key: the wealth of narratives, themes, and modes of presentation enables us to not only to understand others, but also better understand ourselves, both in terms of fantasies and actual needs. We all have bodies and the inalienable right to enjoy and make use of them as we see fir. At the festival, we will present new artistic strategies employed to represent and describe this crucial area of human life.

     We find ourselves at a unique moment: human sexuality, in all its richness and diversity – thanks to new media, changing attitudes, technological and medical discoveries – reveals new façades that require new and yet undiscovered languages to experience and describe it. Humanity continues to explore new forms of pleasure and tenderness, which in turn inspires film and art in the pursuit of new means of expression.

     In many contemporary societies, however, sexuality tends to be oppressed, criminalized, and erased. Our bodies, as well as their depictions, are regulated and controlled; often in order to serve the needs of dominant political or religious discourses that currently deprive us of the fundamental right to own and govern our bodies. Sexual education based on demonstrable scientific grounds is marginalized and becomes available to a few economically privileged groups.

     Reproductive rights are being drastically curtailed or even taken away – increasingly, we realize that the patriarchal model of society prevents its development. Selective censorship of nudity on social media distorts and degrades our body image, thus prohibiting our enjoyment and pleasure. Sex work still isn’t respected and lacks social protections, while sexual minorities operate on the fringes of visibility.

     We cannot pretend things are different, but we realize that this festival’s journey – though sometimes arduous and difficult – is one towards joy, hope, and radical tenderness.

     The programme of the Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw will focus on presenting a wide range of artistic and visual strategies – often subversive or peripheral, but always inclusive and relevant, seen through the lens of contemporary post-pornography. We will focus on performative and experimental feminist, queer, alternative, educational, biopolitical, sex work, body- and sex-positive strategies. They will help us reclaim our bodies that have been appropriated by religion, politics, and technology. We will present films created by people and collectives working outside the mainstream, whose stimulating voices seem significant for the contemporary understanding of body art. Exhibitions, panel discussions, and meetings with artists will be an integral part of the festival.

     We believe that complete openness to corporeality, intimacy, and sexuality is key to understanding contemporary culture and the dynamic changes that define it. Reclaiming our bodies is the first step towards building a community based on openness, tolerance, and the right to self-determination.

     Please join us on this journey from the periphery to the centre and decide where might they be located for yourself!

Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw is a joint initiative by Roman Gutek, Aga Szreder, and Rafał Żwirek.

     The idea was directly influenced by the current political situation in Poland and beyond, and a text published by Rafał Żwirek in “Notes na 6 Tygodni”, igniting the spark for our first meetings and discussions.


     We subscribe to the words written by the Spanish philosopher Paul Preciado:

“In the 21st century, the living body is what the factory was in the 19th century: the main centre of political struggle.”

Roman Gutek
Aga Szreder
Rafał Żwirek


Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw – Body.Art.Society. 2022 was created as a result of the cooperation of many people. Each of them did everything they could to make the viewers feel comfortable and enjoy the time together at the Kino Muranów.

PPFFW team:

Roman Gutek
Aga Szreder
Rafał Żwirek
Tomek Żygo
Simona Kasprowicz
Pepe La Puke
Ewa Muszkiet
Przemek Kondraciuk
Nat Dolle

Debates / Workshops:

Substantive advice on the program of panels and workshops:

Agata Araszkiewicz, Agata Czarnacka, Alicja Długołęcka, Agata Loewe-Kurilla


Ann Antidote, Agata Araszkiewicz, Agata Czarnacka, Alicja Długołęcka, Agata Loewe-Kurilla, Aga Szreder, Rafał Żwirek , Roman Gutek, Julia Kata i Emilia Wiśniewska (Transfuzja), Natalia Borniarczyk (Aborcyjny Dream Team), Jasmin Hagendorfer, Kamil Błoch (Grupa Performatywna Chłopaki), Iwona Demko, Katarzyna Lewandowska, Małgorzata Sadowska, Joanna Keszka, Krystyna Duniec, Tomasz Kitliński, Ewa Majewska, Sonia Milch, Medroxy i Nat Dolle (SexWork Polska), Michał Suchora, Kristian Petersen, Zuzanna Muczko (Grupa Edukatorek i Edukatorów Seksualnych Ponton), Ewa Stusińska, Sofia Wasilenko, Lula Pink, Kinky Winky, Jas Kapela, Max Wolski, Marta Konarzewska, Anna Moderska

Thank you to all our allies, your support, enthusiasm and sometimes common sense are invaluable to us.

Ewa Stusińska, Bogna Świątkowska, Monika Mamzeta, Agnieszka Łęska Badowska, Jurgen Bruning, Manuela Kay, Kristian Petersen, Yavuz Kurtulmus, Jasmine Hagendorfer, Luccio Massa, Menelas, Nikola Rios, Dorota Przygucka, Sofia Wasilenko, Julia Hanske, Renata Prokurat, Katarzyna Kolman, Matylda Andała, Stanisław Welbel, zespół kina Muranów, Marcin Rupiewicz, Jakub Wróblewski, Agata Becher, Robert Kwaśniewski, Tomasz Chwiałkowski, Sarmen Beglarian, Sylwia Szymaniak, Jonasz Chlebowski, Magdalena Morawik, Joanna Jezierska, Tomasz Fudala, Mikołaj Biberstein, Emilia Orzechowska, Ania Królikiewicz, Leon Dziemaszkiewicz, Stach Ruksza, Agata Zbylut, Ewa Majewska

Special thanks are due to all the artists who decided to show their works at the PPFFW.

We would like to thank all volunteers.

Thank you for all submitted films. We invite you to the Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw 2022. Next open call in 2023.

     Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw is organized by the Post Foundation, a non-profit organization established for this purpose. The Festival is funded entirely by people who believe that the festival plays an important cultural and educational role.

     In the current situation, we do not have the slightest chance of receiving any help from public institutions.

     If you feel the same way, please support Post Foundation – every penny will be spent to ensure that the festival space becomes an idealistic post-porn utopia with the power to change reality.



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Offline donation:

     Post Foundation, with headquarters in Warsaw 01-503, al. Wojska Polskiego 41/43, registered in the National Court Register under the number 0000940397

Account number:
IBAN: PL 57114020040000371215122068
In the title of the transfer, please enter: “Donation for statutory purposes of Post Foundation.”

Thank you for your support!


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