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14th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2020

13th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2018
12th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2016
11th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2014
10th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2012
9th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2010
8th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2008
7th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2006
6th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2004
5th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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2002
4th edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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1999

3rd edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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1997
2nd edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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1995
1st edition of the International Gombrowicz Festival
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1993

MFG is an event that has been interdisciplinary since its inception, combining theater, science, criticism, fine arts, music and film. It is by definition a festival that serves as a forum for the exchange of thoughts, experiences and interpretations. It also re-presents the problem of reading and interpreting Gombrowicz's work in a changing reality. In the first editions of the event, Rita Gombrowicz, the widow of the deceased writer, patronized and kindly supported it with her recommendations.

Starting from the 8th edition, the MFG has the form of a competition in which the performances are judged by a jury composed of theater people - critics, directors and theater scientists.

The event, organized thanks to the financial support of the City Hall of Radom and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, enjoys considerable interest from the public and critics.

The choice of the place where the festival devoted to the works of Witold Gombrowicz takes place every two years is not accidental. The vicinity of Radom is the writer's homeland. The Gombrowicz family estate, where Witold was born, was located in nearby Małoszyce; in the palace in Wsola near Radom, where the Gombrowicz Museum is located today, his brother Jerzy lived in the years 1924-1939, where the author of "Ferdydurke" spent a few weeks almost every summer. This is where his first literary ideas were born. Many towns near Radom have been immortalized in his novels. In this region almost all members of this closest family rest.

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