KATOWICE: UK based international sales and distribution company Phoenix Worldwide Entertainment has bought the rights to turn the hit Bulgarian crime series Undercover into a full length feature film.

KATOWICE: Nothing Bad Can Happen, a German drama directed by Katrin Gebbe, dominated the 5th International Festival of Film Producers in Katowice (7 -12 October 2014) winning both the top prize and the audience award.

WARSAW: Representatives of over 30 international screenwriting guilds have signed a resolution that calls for creative freedom and financial support for screenwriters. The Warsaw Resolution was signed at the Third World Conference of Screenwriters that took place in Warsaw at the beginning of October.

WARSAW: Warsaw 44 has gathered 1,040,000 admissions in just 17 days after its opening making Jan Komasa's drama about the Warsaw Uprising one of the most popular Polish titles in the last decade.

WARSAW: Polish actress and model Anna Przybylska (36), most recognized for her role in the Złotpolscy series and Ticket To The Moon by Jacek Bromski, passed away in Warsaw on 5 October 2014.

WARSAW: With over 400,000 tickets sold in its first week of release, the WWII drama directed by Jan Komasa Warsaw 44 is positioned to be a front runner for the number one box office spot of 2014.

WARSAW: Accomplished Polish producer and screenwriter Michał Szczerbic makes his feature debut with a WWII drama Fair (Sprawiedliwy).

WARSAW: Kino Polska TV has bought 80% of the shares in Polish TV shopping company TV Okazje.

WARSAW: Following a good critical reception at the 39. Gdynia Film Festival, the WWII drama by Jan Komasa soared to the top of the Polish box office in its opening weekend with over 191 900 admissions on 330 screens.

WARSAW: Writer/director Michał Otłowski competes at the Gdynia Film Festival with Waterline, a mysterious police drama