WARSAW: Krztszof Rogulski has started postproduction on his film about Stanisław Lenartowicz, one of the creators of the Polish film school.

WARSAW: Ludwik Sobolewski has been replaced as the President of Warsaw Stock Exchange following his suspension at the end of 2012 by the Supervising Board for lobbying for financing on a film starring his girlfriend and former office assistant, actress Anna Szarek.

KRAKOW: Marcin Koszałka is shooting his début feature Red Spider, a thriller inspired by the case of a Polish serial killer

WARSAW: The premier of Spies of Warsaw, the first coproduction between BBC and TVP, was seen by 3.6 million viewers on its 11 January premiere, making it the top rated show in Poland.

KRAKOW: A Polish coal mine in Wieliczka near Krakow will be a setting for a challenging new Polish Norwegian production titled Salt which combines dance, special effects and puppet theatre.

WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP will sell the license for Into Deep Water to Europe, Middle East and Australia.

WARSAW: Władysław Pasikowski is following his controversial Aftermath with a new drama Jack Strong, based on the life of colonel Ryszard Kukliński.

WARSAW: After six years of development, Jan Komasa started work on a contemporary drama on the Warsaw Uprising.

WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP (www.tvp.pl) has launched the first HbbTV applications. The Polish pubcaster started broadcasting in hybrid mode on 10 December 2012 on all it's digital ground channels.

WARSAW: Aleksander Dembski is working on his quasi-documentary I Love You Like Ireland about a Polish band Kobranocka.