WARSAW: TVN Group plans to finalize a joint venture with Canal+ to create the NC+ platform by the end of 2012.

WARSAW: The Warsaw Film Festival and the Chinese company Film Factory have announced a joint project to facilitate film exchanges between Europe and China.

WARSAW: Poland’s capital district is enhancing its growing reputation as a film center with the introduction of the Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission, presented at the CentEast (www.centeast.org) meetings held in Warsaw.

WARSAW: Tango Libre, a musical drama by Frédéric Fonteyne, won the international competition of the 28th Warsaw Film Festival (www.wff.pl) which finished on 21 October 2012.

WARSAW: The Czech-South African documentary Punk in Africa has been sold to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Sweden, with more European countries pending.

WARSAW: A controversial Polish-German documentary about fighting for the environment with erotic films will receive broad distribution in the UK, Germany and Poland.

WARSAW: Director and scriptwriter Łukasz Barczyk has begun filming Hiszpanka, a story set during the Greater Poland Uprising in 1918, in Warsaw.

WARSAW: Over 60 new Polish film projects were presented to international sales agents during meetings held in Warsaw on 26 - 27 September 2012.

WARSAW: You are God (Jesteś Bogiem), a Polish drama about a legendary hip hop band, has recorded the best opening weekend for a Polish film in 2012, with 373,796 admissions.

WROCŁAW: Waldemar Krzystek, director of the Polish Oscar candidate 80 Million, is filming a thriller entitled The Photographer.