WARSAW: Johnny directed by Daniel Jaroszek has already racked up over 800,000 admissions in Polish cinemas since its release on 23 September 2022. This result has given the film a clear first place among the domestic films in the box office in 2022.

WARSAW: Maciej Kawulski’s new feature film Mr. Blot's Academy / Akademia Pana Kleksa, based on the bestselling children's novel by Jan Brzechwa and currently in production, will be divided into two parts. Polish viewers will see the first one at the end of 2023, but before that an entire metaverse, including NFTs related to the title, will be created.

GDYNIA: The 47th Polish Film Festival Gdynia, that took place 12-27 September 2022, awarded its top prize of Golden Lion for Best Film to the Polish/UK drama The Silent Twins directed by Agnieszka Smoczyńska.

GDYNIA: The war drama Young Eagles / Orlęta. Grodno '39 by writer/director Krzysztof Łukaszewicz is running in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 12-17 September 2022. It is the first feature film about the aggression of Soviet troops against Poland in September 1939.

GDYNIA: Jacek Lusiński’s drama Backwards / Śubuk, based on a true story about a young mother of an autistic boy, whose struggle with bureaucracy led to changes in the Polish education system, runs in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 12-17 September 2022.

GDYNIA: New drama from Anna Jadowska, the Polish/French/Swedish coproduction Woman On The Roof / Kobieta na dachu, runs in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 12-17 September 2022. The film premiered internationally at the 21st Tribeca IFF, where it won the Best Actress Prize (Dorota Pomykała).

GDYNIA: Xawery Żuławski‘s zombie-thriller Apokawixa will screen in the main competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 12 - 17 September 2022. The premiere of the TVN Warner Bros. Discovery production is scheduled for 13 September 2022.

GDYNIA: Munk Studio's production Bread and Salt / Chleb i sól by Damian Kocur vies in the Main Competition of the Gdynia Film Festival, taking place 12-17 September 2022. The debut feature by Damian Kocur won the Jury's Special Prize in the Orizzonti competition at the 79th Venice International Film Festival.

WARSAW: The British company Cineworld Group, the second largest multiplex chain in the world with over 750 cinemas, is about to file for bankruptcy due to financial difficulties as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board of Cinema City Poland has stated that this will not result in closing its 34 cinemas in Poland, which are operating under the Cinema City banner.

WARSAW: The latest autobiographical film written and directed by Patryk Vega, entitled Invisible War, will be released in Polish theatres on 30 September 2022, with Rafał Zawierucha in the lead. The film is currently in postproduction.