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POZNAN: Poland hosted its biggest Hindu production Vijay 61, an action film from popular Hindu director Arun Kmar, also known as Atlee. He travelled with a crew of over 50…
WARSAW: A+E Networks is in production with the original locally-commissioned crime series Killer Women.
WARSAW: The Warsaw based Five Flavours festival of Asian films announced it will launch as a distribution label in Poland.
ANNECY: Poland’s Animoon Studio signed a preliminary agreement with China’s Animaex Animation to coproduce the next series of the Polish hit animated show Hug Me. The agreement was signed during…
WARSAW: Polish private broadcaster TV Puls has commissioned a new scripted series about 20-year-olds beginning their professional careers. Artama is producing.
KRAKOW: The Krakow Film Fund chose six projects to support with coproduction grants totaling 800,000 PLN / 189,974 EUR, including new films from Wojciech Smarzowski and Łukasz Grzegorzek.
WARSAW: Anne Fontaine’s drama Agnus Dei will be released by Thimfilm GMBH in Austria on 16 June 2017.
WARSAW: Polish documentary filmmaking got a substantial financial boost with the announcement that Poland’s ZPR Media Group has signed a co-operation agreement with the Polish Film Institute and launched a…
WARSAW: ScripTeast, the screenwriting training programme, is extending its reach into the field of dramatic series projects with a launch at the Odessa IFF in July 2017.
WARSAW: The Mazovia Film Fund chose three feature films and six documentaries to support with coproduction grants totaling 1.4 m PLN / 334,613 EUR, including new films from Kinga Dębska,…
WARSAW: Andrzej Wajda's last production, the biopic drama Afterimage, premiered in Japan 10 June 2017 distributed by Albatros. The film was already sold to Canada, USA, France, Czech Republic, Hungary…
WARSAW: Marie Curie, the Polish/German/French coproduction about Maria Skłodowska-Curie directed by Marie Noëlle, opened in Spanish cinemas on 2 June 2017 distributed by Betta Pictures.
KATOWICE: Silesia Film Fund chose six projects to support with coproduction grants totaling 622,828 PLN / 148,000 EUR, including new films from Paweł Pawlikowski and Rafał Kapeliński.
KRAKOW: The 57th edition of the Krakow Film Festival (28 May – 4 June 2017) wrapped with awards for the best documentary, short and animated films in one of Europe’s…
WARSAW: On 1 June 2017 the Polish Minister Of Culture And National Heritage Piotr Gliński merged the two leading film institutions, Polish National Film Archive and the National Audiovisual Institute,…
CANNES: Kuba Czekaj was awarded the Krzysztof Kieślowski Prize for Best Eastern European Script for his project Sorry, Poland during the 70th Cannes IFF.
WARSAW: Fourteen films will compete in the two main competition sections of the 5th Cinema in Sneakers Festival for Children and Youth, running 31 May – 11 June 2017.
CANNES: The representatives of the Polish Film Institute and the Lithuanian Film Centre have signed an agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two national institutions in the field of cinematography…
CANNES: The EPC announced its new Executive Committee during 2017 Cannes IFF. Marco Chimenez was re-elected as president and Polish producer and director Dariusz Jabłoński will continue in his role…



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