KRAKOW: A Polish coal mine in Wieliczka near Krakow will be a setting for a challenging new Polish Norwegian production titled Salt which combines dance, special effects and puppet theatre.
WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP will sell the license for Into Deep Water to Europe, Middle East and Australia.
WARSAW: Władysław Pasikowski is following his controversial Aftermath with a new drama Jack Strong, based on the life of colonel Ryszard Kukliński.
WARSAW: After six years of development, Jan Komasa started work on a contemporary drama on the Warsaw Uprising.
WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP (www.tvp.pl) has launched the first HbbTV applications. The Polish pubcaster started broadcasting in hybrid mode on 10 December 2012 on all it's digital ground channels.
WARSAW: Aleksander Dembski is working on his quasi-documentary I Love You Like Ireland about a Polish band Kobranocka.
WARSAW: Shooting has just started on Warsaw Stories, a feature drama directed by five young Polish filmmakers.
BYDGOSZCZ: Cinematographer Nicolas Bolduc won the Golden Frog for his work with director Kim Nguyen.
WARSAW: Leszek Dawid's drama You Are A God won three Golden Duck awards, the oldest Polish cinema prize assigned by monthly magazine Film at a gala in Warsaw on 26 November 2012.
WROCŁAW: Five American independent films presented at the US IN PROGRESS event during the 3rd American Film Festival (www.americanfilmfestival.pl) will receive Polish support.
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