WARSAW: Xawery Żuławski will direct the legendary Polish gutter novel Zły with shooting planned to begin by the end of 2013.
WARSAW: Today the analogue transmitters off 346 districts were turned off and 10 million Poles will gained access to digital television.
WARSAW: The new digital platform nC+, a fusion of the n and Cyfra+ platforms, will launch on 21 March 2013.
WARSAW: Polish actor and director Jerzy Stuhr is in development with Citizen, a new dramatic comedy which he wrote.
WARSAW: The Golden Tapes, held on 11 March 2013, gave its Best Film award to the post WWII drama Rose directed by Wojciech Smarzowski.
WARSAW: The WWII drama Manhunt directed by Marcin Krzyształowicz and produced by Skorpion Arte Film & TV Production won four awards including Best Film at the Polish Film Academy’s (www.pnf.pl) Polish Eagles
WARSAW: Aftermath, a daring drama that has ignited public discussion, and with an equally dramatic production background, received seven nominations for the Polish Eagles. The film is emerging as the most successful Polish coproduction of the year.
WARSAW: Canal+ Cyfrowy announced it will not engage in major film projects in the upcoming year, while putting more focus on sports programming.
WARSAW: Two of Poland’s leading media companies, Agora and Kino Polska TV (KPTV), have signed an agreement to create a new film channel.
WARSAW: The Polish war thriller Manhunt directed by Marcin Krzyształowicz and produced by Skorpion Arte Film & TV Production has been nominated in ten categories for the Polish Film Awards which take place on 4 March 2013.
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