Titles of the Polish Days 2023 announced. New films by DK Welchman, Jan P. Matuszyński and Damian Kocur will be showcased at this year’s biggest industry event in Poland!

    Minghun by Jan P. Matuszyński Minghun by Jan P. Matuszyński source: New Horizons

    The 2023 edition of Polish Days will take place from the 23rd to the 25th of July during the 23rd mBank New Horizons International Film Festival (July 20 – 30) in Wrocław. This year's event will feature 4 completed films, 9 works in progress, and 9 projects in development. Congratulations to all!

    Check the full list of the selected projects below:

    Completed films:

    Big Chief (Tomasz Wolski), The Life and Deaths of Max Linder (Edward Porembny),

    Ultima Thule (Klaudiusz Chrostowski), White Courage (Marcin Koszałka)

    Works in progress:

    Challenge of the Bow (Łukasz Barczyk), Fin del Mundo? (Piotr Dumała), It’s Not My Film (Maria Zbąska), Milk Bearer (Natalia Pietsch), Minghun (Jan P. Matuszyński), Next to Nothing (Grzegorz Dębowski), RAVE. 140 Beats per Minute (Dawid Nickel, Łukasz Ronduda), The Peasants (DK Welchman, Hugh Welchman), Wet Monday (Justyna Mytnik)


    Bad Mother (Małgorzata Imielska), Brother (Maciej Sobieszczański), Hiss (Anna Kasińska), Kingdom (Michał Ciechomski), Obsession (Tadeusz Łysiak), Runa (Agnieszka Zwiefka), The Queen of Pots (Jakub Piątek), Under the Volcano (Damian Kocur), Wanda (Maciej Pieprzyca)

    As part of the event, industry representatives from around the world attend closed screenings to learn about the latest Polish films at every stage of production: they watch completed films and fragments at the post-production stage, and they also listen to pitches about projects in development. Polish Days provide an excellent opportunity for filmmakers to promote their projects and find foreign partners. During the selection process, the organizers choose the most interesting films currently being produced in the Polish market. Projects presented in past years have included Woman On The Roof, Bread and Salt, Corpus Christi, Sweat, Prime Time, Dolce Fine Giornata, The Last Family, among others.

    Organized since 2013 in cooperation with the Polish Film Institute, Polish Days is the most important industry event at the New Horizons International Film Festival.

    Polish Days is co-organized by the Polish Film Institute. Event partners include FIXAFILM, ORKA, NO PROBLEMO MUSIC, Wrocław Film Commission, Łódź Film Commission, Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission, Podkarpackie Film Commission, Silesia Film Commission, Gdańsk Film Fund, and DI FACTORY.

    This year’s Awards are funded thanks to the generosity of our partners FIXAFILM, ORKA and NO PROBLEMO MUSIC.

    Media partners include Screen International, Cineuropa, Film New Europe and Film & TV Kamera.