WARSAW: The Mighty Angel a drama from Wojciech Smarzowski had the fourth best opening of a Polish film in the last 20 years with 253 937 admissions on its first weekend.

WARSAW: Cinema attendance in Poland dropped almost 6% in 2013 compared to 2012, to 36.3 m viewers, but the interest in domestic productions held strong.

WARSAW: One of the biggest Polish distribution companies has re-signed their agreement with Canal+ that will bring their titles to channel nc+.

WARSAW: SPInka Film Studio and Human Ark will create a series based on the popular Polish comic books Tim and the Master.

WARSAW: ATM Group, one of Poland’s largest independent production companies, has signed a 37 m PLN contract with private broadcaster Polsat to provide the station with new content and services.

WARSAW: Polish channel devoted to local productions with a special focus on classics started its broadcast on 20. December 2003.

WARSAW: Latvia's Oscar candidate Mother I Love You will be distributed in India while Poland's celebrated Papusza was sold to Japan.

WARSAW: The worldwide FilmBox Arthouse TV channel is set to launch in January 2014 starting with Central and Eastern Europe and USA.

WARSAW: An award of 50 000 USD and screenings at the newly created FilmBox Arthouse TV Channel await filmmakers who enter the annual FilmBox Movie Award Competition.

WARSAW: Film industry leaders and AV policy makers from central and eastern Europe see a new and more active role for their AV industries in the upcoming Creative Europe programme that kicks off next year.

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