WARSAW: Małgorzata Szumowska is developing a Polish/German coproduction entitled The Masseur.
SZCZECIN: Patryk Vega is working on a sequel to his box-office hit Women of Mafia with an international cast and release planned for February 2019.
WARSAW: Polish films have racked up a record 15 m admissions in 2018, breaking all previous annual records, with two months still to go.
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute introduced a new grant category that will support microbudget productions directed by film school graduates and other debut filmmakers.
WARSAW: Velvet Spoon, a new distribution company, is about to be launched on the Polish market with plans to release quality genre cinema.
WARSAW: The Grand Prix of the 34th Warsaw International Film Festival went to The Delegation directed by Bujar Alimani, with several other prizes going to coproductions from the CEE region.
WARSAW: Six new projects from Poland, Estonia, the Ukraine, Belarus and Russia were presented at a special works-in-progress showcase hosted during Warsaw Industry Days at 34th Warsaw International Film Festival.
WARSAW: Wojciech Smarzowski's controversial new drama Clergy about the Catholic Church in Poland, scored over 1 m GBP at the box office on its opening in the UK and Ireland. The record-setting film is also being released in the USA, Canada, Germany, Austria, Holland and Norway.
WARSAW: The private broadcaster TVN will produce or coproduce five new films and a mini-series, as part of the stations efforts to support and develop locally made content.
GDYNIA: Wojciech Smarzowski's new controversial drama Clergy, about the Catholic Church in Poland, had over 935,000 admissions during the premiere release weekend, breaking the record for the best opening of a Polish film in the last 30 years.
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