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Damjan Kozole's Slovenian Girl, a film about greed and lost ambitions, is the latest of his transition film series that started with Porno Film (2000) and Spare Parts (2003, nominated for Golden Bear in Berlin).
THE INTERNATIONAL GOLDEN ORANGE FILM COMPETTIONOn October 10th-17th, 2009 the city of Antalya will once again host one of the most prestigious events of the year with the 46th Antalya International Golden Orange Film Festival. This year's Festival is sponsored by the Municipality of Antalya, and organized by the Antalya…
The 12th Festival of Slovenian Film is taking place in Portorož October 1-3, with an overview of the Slovenian film production from the past year, culminating in the national Vesna Awards for filmmaking.
The Warsaw International Film Festival has been promoted to the "competitive feature film festival" category, previously known as the "A" category, by FIAPF.
The winner is...„Japan: A Story of Love and Hate" by Sean McAllister.
What would film be without music? The organisers of Kaunas International Film Festival confidently shake their heads - film can not exist without music, and present a special programme Nordic Sounds in Film dedicated to composers of film scores. Next weekend, Kaunas will be visited by three film composers from…
The Baltic Sea festival is bringing fourteen films from the region to Budapest through October 12.
We already know who the quarter-finalists are. The DOCBOAT jury (Martichka Bozhilova - producer from Bulgaria, Barbara Orlicz-Szczypuła - head of the program office of the Krakow Film Festival, Igor Blaževič - the director of One World film festival in Prague, Roman Kurkiewicz - journalist, Andrzej Titkow - director) chose…
My Flesh My Blood by director Marcin Wrona combines the clash between two cultures with a universal story about the need of continuity.
Wojciech Smarzowski directs The Dark House, a tragicomedy about the dark side of human nature.
Mall Girls, the feature debut of Katarzyna Rosłaniec, is a story about the need for acceptance and the lengths a teen will go to get it.
In Never Say Never directof Wojciech Pacyna explores the workplace world where women are as driven as men.
Newcomer Borys Lankosz won the Golden Lion for best Polish film of the year for his feature debut The Reverse at the 34th edition of the Gdynia Festival of Polish Festival Films which was held from 14-19 September. But Lankosz faced tough competition as the awards were handed out at…
Janosik. A True Story, directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik, competes in Gdynia capping a successful triple opening in Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Gdynia film festival sees the premiere of locally set City of The Sea, a love story takes place against the background of Gdynia's harbor.
Make-Up Removal (Demakijaż),a female-oriented feature combined out of three movies produced under the "30 Minutes" program, competes in the Gdynia film festival.
Janusz Morgenstern comes back to the big screen with The Lesser Evil, a drama dealing with issues of ethics and integrity under the communist regime.
Dear friends of documentary, (see the links to press releases at the end of each article)
Directing duo Bolesław Pawica and Jarosław Szoda bring Miracle Seller, a contemporary road movie with a socio-political twist, to the Gdynia film festival competition section.
Director Michał Rogalski returns to the tradition of cult Polish comedies with Last Action.