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12pm - Forum The Panel of The Polish Filmmakers Association, The International Cultural Centre, „Pod Kruki" Hall, Rynek Główny
11am - 'Focus on Israel' Conference, The International Cultural Centre, „Pod Kruki" Hall
12pm - 'Still a Documentary or Already Fiction?' - a panel discussion chaired by Professor Tadeusz Lubelski, The International Cultural Centre, „Pod Kruki" Hall, Rynek Główny 25
The Krakow Film Foundation invites journalists accredited to 50th Krakow Film Festival to a meeting with Krakow Film Commission on 2nd June at 5pm, The International Cultural Centre, Rynek Główny 25
Kraków, 31st May, 2010 - On Monday, 31st May, begins the 50th Krakow Film Festival. The jubilee edition will last until Sunday, 6th June. These seven days will be filled to the brim with film screenings, concerts and exhibitions.
As we have already mentioned, two Czech films (3 Seasons in Hell and Kooky) will vie with Poland's Mother Teresa of Cats and France's Sweet Evil for the Crystal Globe and other statutory prizes in the competition at the 45th Karlovy Vary IFF.
9.30am - the opening of the Krakow Film Market (1st -4th of June, 9.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.) Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Manggha The Krakow Film Market is the biggest film market for documentary and short film in Central East Europe. In the digital video-library you will have…
Galas: The 50th KFF Opening Gala (31st May)The Dragon of Dragons Award Ceremony (1st June)The 50th KFF Closing Gala, hosted by Wojciech Mann (6th June)
Krakow, 10th May, 2010 - Krakow Film Festival, which 50th jubilee edition will take place between 31st May - 6th June, has been opening for film professionals for many years now. Behind the name Industry Zone there are Krakow Film Market, Dragon Forum and numerous events meant for film professionals…
Krakow, 26th April 2010 - During the 50th jubilee edition of Krakow Film Festival, which will take place from 31st May to 6th June, the Israeli cinema will be the special guest.
Krakow, 12th May 2010 - This year the Dragon of Dragons award, given by the Krakow Film Festival from 1998 to the eminent documentary and animated filmmakers such as Jan Švankmajer, Werner Herzog or Kazimierz Karabasz, will go to JONAS MEKAS - called the "godfather of the American avant-garde cinema."
Krakow, 30th April, 2010 - during its jubilee, 50th edition, which takes place from 31st May to 6th June, Krakow Film Festival is going to present the next part of the cycle ‘Krakow Documentary Premieres'.
3pm - a screening of films from the National Competition, KIJÓW.CENTRUM Q&A with directors after the screening: Marek Skrobecki (Danny Boy)Renata Gabryjelska (Getting on/Pogodna) 5pm - a screening of a film from the Focus on Israel section ‘Yes, Miss Comander' dir. Dan Setton, Itzik Lerner KINO POD BARANAMI, Red Auditorium
Krakow, 6th May 2010 - "Somewhere in Europe" is one of the thematic cycles of the jubilee, 50th Krakow Film Festival, which begins in less than a month, and lasts till 6th June.
The 45th Karlovy Vary festival will present a complete retrospective of the films of distinguished Czech director and thinker Karel Vachek. http://www.kviff.com/en/news/1541-karel-vacheks-complete-retrospective-in-karlovy-vary/
Films are on their way: „Festival Award Winners" and „Panorama of the Polish Film" sections during the 50th Krakow Film Festival. Krakow, May 17th, 2010 - 50th Krakow Film Festival, one of the oldest European film events, celebrates its jubilee between May 31st and June 6th. This is a place…
This session completes current edition of ScripTeast, the innovatory training program designed for experienced scriptwriters from Eastern Europe.
Norway and Iceland in Poland35th Polish Film Festival will be accompanied by Norwegian Films Review and Icelandic Films Review. 12 films will be screened in total, 7 Icelandic and 5 Norwegian. All films presented to Polish audience were produced over the years 2006-2009 and have not been shown in Poland…