FESTIVALS: Krakow FF Announces 2016 Competition Films

    21x New York by Piotr Stasik 21x New York by Piotr Stasik

    KRAKOW: Nineteen films will compete in the main documentary film competition of the 56th Krakow Film Festival. The films represent 18 countries and three continents, and include four films from Poland.

    The festival, which runs 29 May – 5 June, also has an international competition of short films and three national Polish competition sections for feature films, documentary films and animated films. Non-competition Polish films are screened in the Polish panorama programme.

    The first film in the international documentary competition, 21 x New York City by Piotr Stasik, will have its international premiere as the opening film of the festival.

    Films participating in the International Documentary Film Competition:

    21 x New York City (Poland)
    Directed by Piotr Stasik
    Produced by Lava Films
    Coproduced by TVP

    Alisa in Warland (Poland)
    Directed by Alisa Kovalenko, Liubov Durakova
    Produced by Doc’n’World Foundation
    Coproduced by TVP, Polish Television Belsat

    All You Need Is Me (Netherlands)
    Directed by Wim van der Aarn

    The Burden of Proof (Germany)
    Directed by Stefan Kessissoglou

    Curumim (Brazil)
    Directed by Marco Prado

    The Nine (USA)
    Directed by Katty Grannan

    Homo Sacer the Sacred Man or the Accursed Man (Sweden, Denmark)
    Directed by Lode Kuylenstierna

    Icon (Poland)
    Directed by Wojciech Kasperski

    Who's Gona Love Me Now? (Israel, Great Britain)
    Directed by Tomer Heymann, Barak Heymann

    Dead Ears (Lithuania)
    Directed by Linas Mikuta
    Produced by Studija Monoklis (www.monoklis.lt)

    My Friend Boris Nemtsov (Russia)
    Directed by Zosya Rodkievich

    Manor (Canada)
    Directed by Pier-Luc Latulippe, Martin Fournier

    Reflections (Sweden)
    Directed by Sara Broos

    Romeo e Giulietta (Italy)
    Directed by Massimo Coppola

    Sempervirens (Switzerland)
    Directed by Raphael Dubach

    Tashi Delek! (Estonia)
    Directed by Peeter Rebane
    Produced by Factory

    Employment Office (Belgium)
    Directed by Anne Schiltz, Charlotte Grégoire

    Borderline Miracles (Poland)
    Directed by Tomasz Jurkiewicz

    Life on the Border (Syria, Iraq)
    Directed by Sami Hossein, Delovan Kekha, Ronahi Ezaddin, Basmeh Soleiman, Mahmod Ahmed, Diar Omar, Zohour Saeid, Hazem Khodeideh