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The 33rd annual festival of Polish Feature Films in Gdynia underlined the revival of the national film industry fueled by funding from the government backed Polish Film Institute.
Waldemar Krzystek's Little Moscow, the first Polish movie dealing with the history of the Soviet army's stationing in Poland, premieres at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.
Marta Plucinska, producer of Road to Paradise, says that director Gerwazy Regula's film about a single mother working in a slaughterhouse who discovers she has a gift for healing, follows…
With her second feature, Drowsiness, Magdalena Piekorz once again explores the emotional dysfunction of the film's three leading characters.
Another entry built on the theme of theatre productions, Before Twilight tells a story of elderly actors who stage Goethe's Faustus at a nursing home.
0_1_0 competes in Gdynia after its dramatic premiere at the Era New Horizons Film Festival in Wroclaw, just one month after the sudden death of director Piotr Lazarkiewicz in June.
A Warm Heart from Krzysztof Zanussi takes a dark comedy approach to the subject of heart transplants.
Kasia Adamik, daughter of Agnieszka Holland, makes her debut with The Offsiders, a story about a football team composed entirely of homeless people.
Malgorzata Szumowska's 33 Scenes from Life, winner of the Locarno Special Jury Award, depicts a 33-year-old artist who has come to a crossroads in her life.
A feature version of a Polish hit comedy series, Howling Wolf Ranch from director Wojciech Adamczyk brings local colour to the competition in Gdynia.
Foundation for Promotion of Polish Film, the distributor of Splinters call the film a comedy-drama of three young people living in the region of Silesia and "the need for love…
The first film by Jerzy Skolimowski since the 30 Door Key made 17 years ago, Four Nights with Anna interweaves a story of fanatic love with the story of a…
Czech Velvet Wave director Petr Zelenka's Polish-Czech co-production The Brothers Karamazov is a film adaptation of his stage success based on a rehearsal of Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel staged in a…
Dariusz Gajewski's Polish-Austrian co-production Mr. Kuka's Advice screens in the Gdynia main competition following a successful premier in Austria.
The main competition in Gdynia festival will be opened by Scratch directed by Michał Rosa, a controversial picture that received a positive reception during this year's Venice Days.
The main competition in Gdynia festival will be opened by Scratch directed by Michał Rosa, a controversial picture that received a positive reception during this year's Venice Days.
Tomasz Konecki's Ladies emerges as a Polish response to modern women-oriented productions hits Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives.
The 33rd Polish Film Festival opens September 15 in Gdynia, with Robert Glinski chairing the main competition jury. Film New Europe will be profiling each of the competition films in…
The 33rd Festival of Polish Films in Gdynia, September 15-20 announces its Main Competition.
Polish director and scriptwriter Michal Rosa's Scratch (Rysa) asks a lot from its audience as it shows the descent of its main character into madness in a brilliant performance by…

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