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BERLIN: Polish director Roman Polanski is not expected on the red carpet tonight but his film Ghost Writer has dominated the buzz here in Berlin.
Her talent earned her the title of the most promising young Polish actress; after appearing in Polish film for many years, Agata Buzek is finally in the international spotlight.
1 What was the most important development in the Polish film industry over the past year? Since the establishment of the Polish Film Institute in autumn of 2005 the Polish…
FNE VISEGRAD Country Focus: Film production in PolandDespite the economic crisis, 2009 was a strong year for Polish film production. with 48 features completed.While down from the 60 produced in…
FNE VISEGRAD FORUM: Coproductions in PolandDespite a lack of tax rebates, Poland is becoming more open to coproductions, usually with one or two partner countries.Polish producers usually apply for national…
FNE VISEGRAD Country Focus: Impact of the financial crisis on Polish filmWhile the global financial crisis is affecting film production, 2009 is shaping up to be a record year for…
FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Poland 2009Poland with the sixth largest population in the Europe and the seventh largest GDP has taken its place as one of the most important members…
Rabbit à la Berlin, a Polish coproduction directed by Bartek Konopka will compete for the Best Short Documentary Award at the 82nd Academy Awards edition.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Polska announced a production and distribution deal with Polish filmmaker, Andrzej Saramonowicz and his production company San Graal.
Poland's Office of Electronic Communications and the National Broadcasting Council are considering a second and possibly third multiplex for transmission of digital TV channels.
The three biggest Polish broadcasters have noted significant drops in the number of viewers, beginning in early 2009 and continuing into 2010.
Marek Żydowicz, the director of the Camerimage festival, is leading a sit-in strike by 150 film supporters in the Lodz City Council over failure of the City Council to introduce…
Dance of Death. Scenes from the Warsaw Uprising from Polish director Leszek Wosiewicz, devoted to one of the most defining moments in Polish history, has finished the first phase of…
The Polish Film Institute is restructuring its operations to decrease the number of programmes for financing national film production.
David Lynch confirmed his intention to create a film studio in Łódź at this year's Caimerimage Festival, with full details being presented the week ending December 11.
Giora Bejach won the Golden Frog for Lebanon at the 2009 Plus Camerimage (www.pluscamerimage.pl), the festival recognizing cinematographers, and Marian Prokop took the Polish competition prize for Snow White Russian…
The European Film Academy (EFA, www.europeanfilmacademy.org) will bestow its 2009 EFA FIPRESCI Critics award on Polish director Andrzej Wajda for his film Sweet Rush (Tatarak).
FNE spoke with Agneiszka Odorowicz, General Director of the Polish Film Institute, about the current state of the Polish film industry.
Despite the economic crisis, 2009 was a strong year for Polish film production with 48 features completed.
Despite a lack of tax rebates, Poland is becoming more open to co-productions, usually with one or two partner countries.

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