KOSICE: The Line by Peter Bebjak will screen in the Slovak Season section of the 26th Art Film Fest, which runs 15 – 23 June 2018 in the Eastern Slovak city of Kosice.
WARSAW: Jan Komasa is working on his new drama Corpus Christi, a Script Pro winning project about a convict posing as a priest.
WARSAW: Sony Pictures Television Networks Central Europe has commissioned the first season of an original crime series entitled Signs from ATM Group. The show, directed by Jakub Miszczak and Marcin Ziębiński, will premiere on AXN in the fall of 2018.
WARSAW: Tomasz Bagiński is in development with a new film Twardovsky 3.14, a full feature continuation of the short films series Polish Legends, that he created for Allegro.
WARSAW: Netflix bought the rights to stream the Polish crime series Ultraviolet directed by Jan Komasa and Sławomir Fabicki, and produced by Opus Film for AXN Crime.
WARSAW: Polish director Filip Bajon is putting the finishing touches on his major costume drama The Butler, set to premiere in September 2018.
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute supported 41 new productions with 6.9 m EUR / 29.9 m PLN in the first session of financing for 2018.
WARSAW: The acclaimed Polish film director Krzysztof Zanussi is finishing his new drama Ether, a coproduction between Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Lithuania.
WARSAW: Jacek Borcuch is currently shooting his new drama Volterra, starring the famous Polish actress Krystyna Janda. The shooting takes place in Tuscany, Italy.
WARSAW: Patryk Vega became the first Polish filmmaker with three films that had over 2 m admissions in Poland. His new crime comedy Women of Mafia was released in Poland by Kino Świat on 22 February 2018. The director plans to shoot a sequel in 2018 and is also working with Showmax on a series based on the film.
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