60th KFF Programme / Docs to Start, Docs to Go and CEDOC projects

    60th Krakow Film Festival begins next Sunday.

    This edition will take place entirely online. The program is already available on the festival website, you can buy festival passes and tickets on our website now.

    On the occasion of the jubilee, 60th edition, the passes are available at exceptional jubilee prices – for the opportunity to watch almost 200 films you will pay only PLN 60!
    Movies can be watched all over Poland. The program includes the premieres of the best documentary, short and animated films from around the world and Poland.

    KFF Industry: Projects selected to Docs to Start and Docs to Go Pitchings.

    For the sixth time in Krakow will be held one of the DOC LAB POLAND sessions, co-organized with Władysław Ślesicki Film Foundation. Doc Lab Poland is a series of workshops and consultations for directors and producers of Polish documentary films which ends with two pitching sessions: DOCS TO START and DOCS TO GO.

    DOCS TO START is a presentation of Polish projects at the stage of development, whereas DOCS TO GO! is a presentation of Polish documentary films at the stage of editing or post-production. Both sessions eventuate in the meetings with festival programmers and sales agents. This year 21 projects were chosen to be presented.


    KFF Industry: On June 3 CEDOC MARKET begins; it is Poland’s only international co-production market for documentary film producers who are looking for Polish and foreign partners.

    The event is organised as a part of DOC LAB POLAND by Wladyslaw Slesicki Film Foundation in cooperation with KFF Industry during the Krakow Film Festival. 30 projects were selected to take part in the market – 12 from Poland and 18 from abroad.

    CEDOC MARKET (Central European Documentary Market, formerly DOC LAB POLAND Co-Production Market) aims to allow documentary film producers and directors to make connections with potential partners from different countries with whom or thanks to whom they will be able to make their films. The market focuses primarily on encouraging creative cooperation between Eastern and Western, but also Northern and Southern Europe. It will be the sixth edition of the event, however this time it will happen online and will last longer – 3 days, from June 3 to 5.


    The programme of the 60th Krakow Film Festival will be moved entirely online! Festival  starts on May 31 and will last until June 7!

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