WARSAW: The Polish animated children’s series Flapper and Friends has been funded for a second season and has been picked up by Zodiak Rights Limited, a US company specializing in family entertainment.
KRAKOW: Poland’s Alvernia Studios is partnering on the international coproduction Magnitude 9, a modern version of the Madame Butterfly story, which will be shot in Japan in 2014.
WARSAW: Borys Lankosz, director of the box office hit Reverse, will bring Zygmunt Miłoszewski's novel A Grain of Truth to the screen, with the Polish Film Institute cofinancing 50% of the project.
LODZ: After a long break, renowned Polish director Grzegorz Królikiewicz makes a comeback with Neighbors, a warm, absurd comedy about extraordinary people.
WARSAW: Agnieszka Holland is in preparation with Game Count (Polish title Pokot), a crime drama which will go into production in 2014.
WARSAW: Polish director Władysław Pasikowski’s controversial drama Aftermath has scored international distribution in the US, Russia and Slovakia.
WARSAW: Jan Jakub Kolski will complete filming on Serce, serduszko i wyprawa na koniec świata (Heart, Heartling and the Journey To The End Of The World) at the end of November 2013.
WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP has received state funding to coordinate a new project aimed at making public media available to everyone.
WARSAW: Poland has digitalized 99 local and art-house cinemas in 88 cities through the Polish Digital Cinemas Network programme, with more plans to convert more in 2014.
WARSAW: Poland’s Alvernia Studios is teaming up with Holland’s Fu Works Productions on a financing incentive to bring international projects to Alvernia Studios.
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