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GDYNIA: Konrad Łęcki’s war drama The Damn One will premiere in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). This film set in Poland in the…
GDYNIA: Urszula Antoniak’s drama Beyond Words will vie in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). The film premiered internationally at the Toronto International Film…
GDYNIA: The Polish Film Institute (PISF) awarded the most accomplished members of the industry for the 10th time during the Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017).
GDYNIA: The Polish/Bosnian/Croatian coproduction Catalina directed by Denijal Hasanović will compete in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). Catalina is the debut feature of…
GDYNIA: Robert Gliński’s new thriller Be Prepared, that plays out in the teenage world of the internet and social media, will premiere in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia…
KATOWICE: Producer Michał Kwieciński will receive the Border Gate Award at the International Co-Production Forum Regiofund, set to take place in Katowice from 4 to 7 October 2017.
GDYNIA: Jakub Pączek’s debut feature will premiere in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). This crime drama will be domestically released by Kino Świat…
GDYNIA: Jagoda Szelc’s debut feature Tower. A Bright Day will vie in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). The film is a psychological thriller…
GDYNIA: The last film directed by the duo Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze (1953-2014) Birds Are Singing in Kigali will be showcased in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia…
GDYNIA: Maciej Sobieszczański’s debut feature The Reconciliation will be showcased in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). The film is a love story set…
WARSAW: Netflix commissioned the first locally produced series in Poland, directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik. The title of the series has not been revealed yet. The international premiere…
GDYNIA: Paweł Maślona’s debut feature mixing six stories about ordinary people in extreme situations will premiere at the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017).
WARSAW: Warsaw Industry Days, which will take place from 19 to 21 October 2017 within the Warsaw Film Festival, aims at promoting Polish cinema internationally and providing distribution opportunities.
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute received 18.3 m EUR / 78 m PLN from the European Union for the digitalisation and reconstruction of Polish cinema. Polish films are set to…
This month we speak with Piotr Olak, the CEO, director and programmer of Kino Luna from Warsaw, Poland. Luna means moon in Latin, but the true inspiration for the cinema’s…
GDYNIA: Loving Vincent, a fully painted animation feature about Van Gogh, directed by painter/director Dorota Kobiela, will be showcased in the main competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23…
GDYNIA: Juliusz Machulski’s crime comedy Volta will screen in the competition of the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival (18-23 September 2017). The film was released domestically by Kino Świat on 7…
WARSAW: Agnieszka Holland’s awarded drama Spoor / Pokot was selected as Poland's official entry for an Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences nomination in the Best Foreign Language Film…

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