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.

WARSAW: A spy thriller from Władysław Pasikowski is set to be the first film hitting a million in Polish admissions for 2014, surpassing big international titles.

LUBLIN: Jacek Lusiński has begun production on his drama starring Andrzej Chyra, inspired by the story of a blind teacher overcoming his disability.

WARSAW: Major Polish and French broadcasters have inked a deal on an exchange of programs and joint projects that shows unprecedented pooling of resources and strategies in the region.

WARSAW: Oscar-winning Polish director Andrzej Wajda has announced plans to shoot a drama based on the life of a renowned Polish painter.

WARSAW: The Polish-Danish coproduction Ida has sold over 100 000 tickets in France during the opening weekend setting a record for a foreign, non-English film. The film was supported by the Polish Film Institute.

WARSAW: Jack Strong, the spy drama by Władysław Pasikowski, recorded the second best opening of the year.

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