The Coronavirus Chronicle #38: READY FOR ACTION

Since the health crisis began, we’ve brought you dozens of stories of hope and resilience on “The Coronavirus Chronicle.” As we enter this next phase in the pandemic, this will be the last episode in the series for now. We hear from Joanna Satanowska who lives in Warsaw. The 31-year-old film director started to shoot her debut feature when the pandemic shut down public life in Poland.

Photo (c) Nikodem Chabior

 

The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is ending in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, and governments are figuring out how best to restart public life. Since the health crisis began, we’ve brought you dozens of stories of hope and resilience on “The Coronavirus Chronicle.”

As we enter this next phase in the pandemic, this will be the last episode in the “The Coronavirus Chronicle” series for now. We hear from Joanna Satanowska who lives in Warsaw. The 31-year-old film director started to shoot her debut feature when the pandemic shut down public life in Poland. Find out what happened next.

“I think a lot of people will have to rewrite stuff and I am really curious how movies will look in a year or two,” says Satanowska.

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