Polish Films at Hot Docs IFF
Paweł Łoziński’s Chemia (Chemo) will screen in the international competition. Another Polish contender for the grand prize is Sześć tygodni (Six Weeks) by Marcin Janos Krawczyk.
The world showcase of documentaries will also feature Dariusz Jabłoński’s Gry wojenne (War Games) and Przyszedł człowiek i wziął (A Man Came and Took Her) by Jędrzej Niestrój and Rafał Przybysz. 22 Polish documentaries will also be screened at the festival’s 2010 Doc Shop film market.
Hot Docs is the largest documentary film festival in North America, presenting films from around the world, as well as a film market, conferences and panel discussions. Hot Docs also provides year-round online access to films screened at the festival.
At the 2009 Hot Docs festival, Królik po berlińsku (Rabbit a la Berlin) was voted best mid-length documentary.
The 17th Hot Docs International Film Festival will last from April 29 to May 9.
Further details about the festival available at www.hotdocs.ca.
Translated by Karolina Kołtun