WARSAW: Fifteen films will vie in the international competition of the 34th Warsaw International Film Festival, which will take place from 12 to 21 October 2018.
The festival is also organising its regular sections: Competition 1-2, the Free Spirit Competition, the Documentary Competition, the Short Film Competition, Shorts Special, Best Shorts from Poland, Next Generation Short Tiger 2018, Classics from Poland, Discoveries, Special Screenings and Family Cinema Weekend.
A Tramway in Jerusalem by Amos Gitai will open the festival, while Forgive Us Our Debts by Antonio Morabito, a coproduction between Italy, Switzerland, Albania and Poland (through Agresywna Banda sp. z o.o , Cavatina, Studio ORKA) is the closing film.
7 Emotions / 7 uczuć (Poland) Directed by Marek Koterski Produced by Wytwórnia Filmów Dokumentalnych i Fabularnych Coproduced by Studio Produkcyjne Orka Supported by the Polish Film Institute
Angel / Un ange (Belgium, the Netherlands)Directed by Koen Mortier
Eden / Aden (Turkey)Directed by Barış Atay
Eight out of Ten / Ocho de cada diez (Mexico)Directed by Sergio Umansky Brener
Irina (Bulgaria)Directed by Nadejda KosevaProduced by ArtfestSupported by the Bulgarian National Film Center
Moon Hotel Kabul (Romania, France)Directed by Anca DamianProduced by Aparte Film Coproduced by Cinema DefactoSupported by the Romanian Film Centre, the MEDIA Programme
Paul Sanchez Is Back! / Paul Sanchez est revenu (France)Directed by Patricia Mazuy
School Service (Philippines)Directed by Luisito Lagdameo Ignacio
Soledad (Italy, Argentina)Directed by Agustina Macri
The Delegation / Delegacioni (Albania)Directed by Bujar Alimani
The Fall (China)Directed by Zhou Lidong
The Goose Goes South (South Korea, Japan)Directed by Jae-ho Baek, Hep-seop Lee
Two Tickets Back (Russia)Directed by Dmitryi Meshkiev
We Are the Heat / Somos calentura (Colombia, Argentina)Directed by Jorge Navas
Working Woman / Isha ovedet (Israel)Directed by Michal Aviad