WARSAW: Stones for the Rampant, the long-awaited film adaptation of a Polish WWII novel, sold 337,000 tickets during the first week in distribution.
WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP is celebrating a sales streak that saw some 20 productions sold to seven countries.
WARSAW: T-Mobile New Horizons IFF, the biggest Polish film event, returns with new editions of Polish Days, New Horizons Studio and A Sunday In the Country.
WARSAW: Paweł Pawlikowski’s award-winning drama Ida has recorded four times as many admissions as expected in France, before moving on to Spain where it opens on 28 March 2014.
WARSAW: Stopklatka, the broadcaster of the newly launched Stopklatka TV, has announced plans to invest over 61 m PLN in ground digital broadcasting services.
WARSAW: The first Polish free commercial channel Stopklatka TV was launched on 15 March 2014.
WARSAW: TVP ABC, a children's channel from Polish public broadcaster TVP has become the leading children station in its first month, outperforming competing paid channels.
WARSAW: Sales company LevelK has picked up Anna Kazejak's new drama The Word with distribution planned for Poland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
WARSAW: Paweł Pawlikowski’s Ida won Best Film at the Polish Film Awards – The Eagles on 10 March 2014, while Life Feels Good took home the most prizes with five Polish Eagles.
WARSAW: Polish private broadcaster Polsat is betting on success with adapting a culinary reality TV format from New Zealand, with shooting set for 5 March.
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