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.
WARSAW: Scottish theatre director Lee Mackintosh Jones is making his feature film debut with a Mother, a UK-financed film shot in Poland.
WARSAW: Polish writer/producer/director Agnieszka Trzos is preparing to shoot the drama Not for Your Eyes in Poland and the UK in spring 2013.
WARSAW: The Lubuskie Voivodeship in Eastern Poland became to first area to shut off analogue TV transmitters at the beginning of November 2012, with the entire country scheduled to follow by June 2013.
WARSAW: TVN Group plans to finalize a joint venture with Canal+ to create the NC+ platform by the end of 2012.
WARSAW: The Warsaw Film Festival and the Chinese company Film Factory have announced a joint project to facilitate film exchanges between Europe and China.
WARSAW: Poland’s capital district is enhancing its growing reputation as a film center with the introduction of the Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission, presented at the CentEast (www.centeast.org) meetings held in Warsaw.
WARSAW: Tango Libre, a musical drama by Frédéric Fonteyne, won the international competition of the 28th Warsaw Film Festival (www.wff.pl) which finished on 21 October 2012.
WARSAW: The Czech-South African documentary Punk in Africa has been sold to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Sweden, with more European countries pending.
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