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WARSAW: Poland’s National Film Archives has received a collection of pre-WWII films from London’s Sikorski Museum and the Polish Institute. The rare films date to the 1930’s and 1940’s
WARSAW: The Polish government is working on a bill that would decrease the monopoly of foreign companies in the private media sector and a separate project that will increase the…
WARSAW: Polish filmmakers gathered 13,300 EUR / 58,000 PLN for charity during an event put up by the Polish Film Institute to support the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP).…
ŁÓDŹ: The Polish city of Łódź plans to apply for inclusion in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network as a City of Film.
WARSAW: Polish government is working on a new bill that will introduce a Polish Audiovisual Fund with 23.8 m EUR /104.5 m PLN of annual budget to spend on production…
WARSAW: Andrzej Wajda's last film Afterimage sold over 100,000 tickets since its opening on 13 January 2016. This is the first film distributed by Akson Distribution, a new venture of…
WARSAW: Anne Fontaine's drama Agnus Dei will be released in Finland on 20 January 2017. The film, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, had more than 720,000 admissions in France…
WARSAW: Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s debut feature The Lure will be released by Janus Films in US cinemas in February 2017. This horror-musical hybrid is the winner of the Special Jury Award…
WARSAW: It was a great year for Polish cinema, with an all-time record of 51 m total admissions, 12.8 m admissions to domestic films and 219 m EUR total gross.
WARSAW: The Adventures of the Mathematician / Przygody matematyka directed byThorsten Klein and produced by Germany’s Dragonfly Films in coproduction with Poland’s Shipsboy, is currently in the casting stage for…
WARSAW: Jan Matuszynski’s drama The Last Family won distribution in France, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Austria at the second edition of Scope100, an initiative of the French digital cinema…
This month we speak with Jakub Mróz, the president of Tongariro Releasing, the first distribution company in Poland specialised in LGBT cinema (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender).
WARSAW: Behind The Blue Door / Za niebieskimi drzwiami by Mariusz Palej became the most successful Polish film for young viewers, with over 215,000 admissions. This adaptation of a Polish…
WARSAW: Hatred by Wojciech Smarzowski and Last Family by Jan P. Matuszyński won the Golden Tapes awards for best domestic films screened in Polish cinemas in 2016. Paterson was chosen…
KRAKOW: Films produced or coproduced by Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary received support at the Board of Management of the Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund held in Krakow from…
WARSAW: Pitch the Doc, an innovative online documentary platform, is open free of charge from December 2016 as its official launch is scheduled for February 2017.
WARSAW: Marcin Łuczaj has joined the team of New Europe Film Sales as Acquisitons Executive and Head of Short Film Sales.
WROCLAW: German/Austrian/Romanian coproduction Toni Erdmann, directed by Maren Ade, made a clean sweep of the top prizes at the annual European Film Awards held in Wroclaw on 10 December 2016

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