Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Little Rose

Director Jan Kidawa-Błoński's Little Rose is a story about a dangerous love triangle set in the Poland of the 1960's, where betrayal could have a political context. The script, by Kidawa-Błoński and Maciej Karpiński, is based on the character of Paweł Jasienica, a famous writer.

23-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Joanna

Feliks Falk, one of the masters of Polish cinema, returns with Joanna, a moving story of love and courage set during WWII.

23-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Erratum

In his feature film debut Erratum, Marek Lechki explores the issues of reliving ones past and changing the present.

20-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Venice

Jan Jakub Kolski, Polish master of magical realism, enters the main competition at the Gdynia Polish Film Festival with Venice, a coming-of-age tale of a journey that never took place.

20-05-2010

PRODCTION: Slovak producer Biermann plans to shoot Tugendhat novel with Hřebejk

Prague-based Slovak film producer Rudolf Biermann said he would like to shoot a big-budget film adaptation of the novel The Glass Room by British writer Simon Mawer.

19-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Flying Pigs

After a promising debut, Anna Kazejak comes back with Flying Pigs, a moving story about honor and friendship tested in the brutal world of soccer fans.

19-05-2010

PRODUCTION: Hungarian Istanbul in production

Hungarian director Ferenc Török is in production with Instanbul, a Hungarian/Turkish/Irish/Dutch coproduction starring Johanna Ter Steege.

19-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Mystification

Father and son Jerzy and Maciej Stuhr star in Mystification, a film about the mysterious "supposed" death of Polish artist Stanisław "Witkacy" Witkiewicz.

19-05-2010

PRODUCTION: Snow White: Turkish Photo Artist Selim Gunes Directs First Feature Snow White

ISTANBUL: Celebrated Turkish photo artist Selim Gunes is in production on his first feature film Snow White produced by Istanbul based Agustos Film (http://www.agustos.com/). The film was one of nine feature film projects selected to be funded by the Turkish Ministry of Culture this year.

18-05-2010

Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: The Christening

Marcin Wrona's second film, The Christening, earns a spot in the Gdynia Polish Film Festival's main competition.

17-05-2010