In his new drama Mother Teresa of Cats, Paweł Sala presents a moving image of a contemporary brutal crime that shocked Poland.
One of the most popular Polish directors and a master of Polish comedy Juliusz Machulski tackles the horror film genre in his new film Lullaby.
Phenomenon, a directing/screenwriting debut from Tadeusz Paradowicz, is a crazy comedy about the search of the ultimate perfect man.
Valentin Hotea is developing his first feature, Roxanne, By the Police, the story of a man who finds out after reading his file from the communist secret services (the Securitate) that he might be the father of a high school collegue's child.
Director/producer Wiesław Saniewski had gathered an all-star cast to work on his new project, a Polish-American drama titled The Winner.
The 2008 Golden Bear winner for the short film A Good Day For A Swim/ O zi bună de plajă is in development with his first feature, Wolf/Lupu, a surrealist horror film about a boy whose absent father is literally reborn and joins his family again.
Director Dan Piţa (Luxury Hotel/Hotel de lux, Paso doble/Pas în doi) is in production with his latest film, Something Good From Life.
Janosik. A True Story, a Central European co-production from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik, screens in the main competition of the Czech Finale Plzen festival.
Black Thursday, a historical drama about the tragic Polish workers riots of December 1970, directed by Antoni Krauze, completed filming in early April and is now in post-production.
A Finale Plzen main competition slot goes to the low-budget road movie Twosome directed by Jaroslav Fuit.