Polish co-production "Kawki na drodze" (Winter Flies) with awards in Karlovy Vary
Co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, the picture "Winter Flies" directed by Olmo Omerzu received two awards at the 53rd International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. This is Czech-Slovenian-Polish-Slovak production. The film's Polish producer is Natalia Grzegorzek from Koskino.
A budget without boundaries - how to find funding for a film in Europe
The Transatlantyk Festival in Łódź invites young producers and directors who already have their first experience in finding funds for film production to participate in workshops.
POLISH PROJECTS AWARDED AT 53rd IFF IN KARLOVY VARY
On 3 July, the winners of the industry section awards at the 53rd International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary were announced, with Polish projects and co-productions triumphing in the Docs in Progress section.
Polish Days titles announced for New Horizons IFF
The Mute, Monument and A Coach Daughter’s among 25 projects in Poland’s most important industry showcase – Polish Days.
EFP Future Frames 2018
EFP FUTURE FRAMES at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2018.
POLISH FILMS IN THE PROGRAM OF 66th IFF in SAN SEBASTIAN
Films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute will be presented during the 66th International Film Festival in San Sebastian.
Jakub Radej among participants of the Future Frames programme
One of ten young filmmakers worth watching invited to participate in the fourth edition of the Future Frames programme is Jakub Radej from Poland.
Polish films at 53rd Karlovy Vary IFF
The following films will compete for this year’s Crystal Globe: Atak paniki (Panic Attack) and Kawki na drodze (Winter Flies). Other sections of the festival also feature Polish films in their line-up.
"Cud" (Miracle) triumphs at the Lithuanian Film Academy Awards
On June 13, Eglė Vertelytė’s debut film "Cud" ("Miracle") was awarded the Silver Crane for the best feature film of the year at the 11th Lithuanian Film Academy Awards.
"Komunia" (Communion) in Cinemas in Japan
Komunia (Communion), a documentary film by Anna Zamecka and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute was released theatrically in Japan on June 23.
Register for Warsaw Kids Film Forum 2018 now!
Registration for Warsaw Kids Film Forum 2018 is opened. The 2nd edition of the international pitching forum for films and series for the young spectator will take place on September 26-28, 2018 in Warsaw during the 5th Kids Film Festival.
XXVI edition of the International Animated Film Workshop
XXVI edition of the International Animated Film Workshop will be held from 7th to 16th September. The practical part of the workshop will take place in the picturesque village of Lanckorona (approx. 25 km from Krakow). Some part of the workshop events will be held in Krakow.
New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes at the 71st Cannes International Film Festival
On May 13, 2018 the New Horizons International Film Festival and the Polish Film Institute presented a selection of six Polish films in various stages of production (works-in-progress) in the New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes program at the biggest film market Marché du Film, during the 71st Cannes International Film Festival.
The last chance to submit projects to Script Exchange and Pitching at Warsaw Kids Film Forum
Submissions for projects that will take part Pitching and Script Exchange during the Warsaw Kids Film Forum closes on 31st of May.
PAWEŁ PAWLIKOWSKI NAMED BEST DIRECTOR AT CANNES!
Paweł Pawlikowski has won the Best Director Award at the 71st International Film Festival in Cannes.
Beata Rzeźniczek on the Screen Daily Shortlist
Beata Rzeźniczek from Madants has been included on the prestigious list of "Future Leaders for 2018" – producers who are seen as rising stars – published by Screen Daily magazine.
ENTHUSIASTIC REVIEWS OF THE FILM "ZIMNA WOJNA" (COLD WAR)
On 10 May, during the 71st Cannes International Film Festival, the world premiere took place of the film "Zimna wojna" (Cold War), directed by Paweł Pawlikowski and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute. The film was very well received by viewers and film journalists and critics alike.
On the set of Zimna wojna (Cold War)
On the set of co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, Zimna wojna (Cold War) we talked to the director and co-writer Paweł Pawlikowski, producer Ewa Puszczyńska, director of photography Łukasz Żal, costume designer Aleksandra Staszko and actors Joanna Kulig and Tomasz Kot.
7 Polish Films in Cannes!
On 8 May 2018, the 71st International Film Festival in Cannes will begin. This year is an exceptional one for films supported by the Polish Film Institute – with as many as 7 titles being included in the most important sections of this prestigious event!
CAMERIMAGE 2018 opens for submissions
CAMERIMAGE, the biggest international film festival devoted to the art and craft of cinematography has launched the selection process for its 26th edition. All filmmakers, producers and distributors are invited to submit feature films, documentaries, music videos, TV pilots and student etudes for the festival's consideration.