This month we speak with Adam Pazera, the director and programmer of Cinema Światowid in Katowice, Poland.
WARSAW: Roman Polanski’s French/Polish coproduction Based on A True Story will screen in the official selection at the 70th Cannes IFF. The picture was produced with the support of the…
WARSAW: Andrzej Wajda's last production, the dramatic biopic Afterimage, will premiere in Hungary on 4 May 2017 distributed by Vertigo Media. The film has already been sold to Canada, France,…
WARSAW: Munk Studio and CANAL+ plan to launch a new 60 Minutes progamme to support debut filmmakers, with plans to produce two films in 2017.
WARSAW: The Polish Filmmakers Association (SFP) announced the results of the first session of funding for Polish, European and classic cinema movie distribution.
WARSAW: Anne Fontaine’s Polish coproduction Agnus Dei will be released by Rialto Distribution in Australia on 27 April 2017.
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute chose nine new feature film productions to support and gave development funds to six projects in the first funding session of 2017, including new projects…
WARSAW: The drama from Venice IFF 2016 Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement winner Jerzy Skolimowski, 11 Minutes, premiered in Portuguese cinemas on 19 April 2017, distributed by Zootrope Films.
WARSAW: Spoor by Agnieszka Holland opens in Czech cinemas on 20 April distributed by CinemArt.
ŁÓDŹ: The regional Łódź Film Fund chose 12 projects to support with coproduction grants totaling 1.1 m PLN / 277,500 EUR, including new films from Paweł Pawlikowski and Jan Komasa.
WARSAW: SOFA – School of Film Agents has lined up a two-part workshop taking place in Warsaw and Tbilisi for its 2017-2018 season.
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institiute gave 2.4 m PLN /565,405 EUR to 15 new Polish documentary films in the first session of financing for 2017.
WARSAW: Polish cinema is continuing to gain the attention of international cinema audiences. The latest film to have another international theatrical release is Tomasz Wasilewski’s drama United States of Love,…
WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute supported two productions created for family audiences with over 4 m PLN / 1 m EUR in the first funding session of 2017.
WARSAW: The Locarno IFF Best Actor-winning film Last Family by Jan P. Matuszyński will premiere in Sweden on 12 April 2017.
WARSAW: The Polish film Art of Love directed by Maria Sadowska reached 4th place during its opening weekend in the UK and Ireland, and took 11th place in the overall…
WARSAW: The Polish-German Film Fund supported three films with a total of 240,000 EUR for project development and production.

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