GDYNIA: The Polish/American coproduction Mosquito State directed by Filip Jan Rymsza was showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, which took place 20-25 September 2021. Rymsza’s debut feature had its world premiere in the Official Selection of the 77th Venice International Film Festival, where it won the Bisato d’Oro award for best cinematography.

GDYNIA: Death of Zygielboym, the new drama from Ryszard Brylski, was showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, which took place 20-25 September 2021. The film follows the tragic fate of the Jewish political activist Szmul Zygielboym, who committed suicide in London on 12 May 1943.

GDYNIA: Michał Rogalski’s WW2 drama Hitler’s Aunt, produced by TVP, was showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, which took place 20-25 September 2021.

WARSAW: Facing the threat of the fourth nationwide lockdown in the autumn of 2021, Polish cinema operators are eager to make up for lost time and to not repeat the losses from 2020.

GDYNIA:  Fears, the new drama directed by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt, and inspired by the life of the artist Daniel Rycharski, will be showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021. 

GDYNIA: The Tenant. You Can’t Burn Us All, a drama from Michał Otłowski based on a true story of an unsolved murder connected to real estate, will be showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021.

GDYNIA: Dorota Lamparska’s debut feature The Passage will be showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021. The film deals with the issues of passing and grief.

GDYNIA: Sonata by Bartosz Blaschke, a moving story about the autistic musician Grzegorz Płonka, will screen in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021.

GDYNIA: The debut drama from Jakub Piątek, Prime Time starring Bartosz Bielenia, will be showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021.

GDYNIA: Konrad Aksimowicz’s Return to Legoland starring Maciej Stuhr will be showcased in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 20-25 September 2021.

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