Polish Films in Cottbus
The lineup of the 22nd edition of the Festival of East European Cinema in Cottbus, which runs from November 6 through November 11, features several Polish films, including films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Indian Film Week
Warsaw's Kultura cinema will be home to the Indian Film Week between November 5 and November 10, 2012. The event is organized by the Embassy of India, the Polish Film Institute and the Polish Filmmakers Association.
"Manhunt" Finds Sales Agent
Obława (Manhunt), directed by Marcin Krzyształowicz and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, has found an international sales agent. The film will be represented by Canadian-based company Attraction Films.
Awards of the 28th Warsaw Film Festival
October 20 brought the awards ceremony of the 28th Warsaw Film Festival. The Warsaw Grand Prix was awarded to Tango Libre by Frédéric Fonteyne. The Warsaw Film Festival is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
London: New Polish Women Directors
November 18 will mark the screening of the New Polish Women Directors programme at London's Riverside Studios. The event may be developed into a regular cycle aimed at promoting Polish filmmakers.
“Ixjana” at Rome Film Festival
Ixjana z piekła rodem (Ixjana) by Józef Skolimowski and Michał Skolimowski will screen in Main Competition at the seventh edition of the Rome International Film Festival, which runs from November 9 through November 17, 2012. The film was co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Polish Films in Canada
November 10 brought the launch of the 41st edition of the Festival du Nouveau Cinema - an international film festival dedicated to the latest trends in world cinema. The festival lineup features several films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Polish-French animation with a chance for a César
A Polish-French animation "Agnieszka", by Izabela Bartosik-Burkhardt, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, is among ten films short-listed for the César 2013 French Film Academy Award in the Animated Shorts category.
Polish Day in Busan
On 7 October 2012, at the 17th International Film Festival in Busan, the Polish Day was held, at which the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Film Institute organised the conference "Poland in Close-Up: The Great Polish Masters" as part of the IAM project promoting Polish culture in Asia in 2012.
Nikolaj Nikitin on Polish Cinema
During the 12th T-Mobile New Horizons Film Festival, co-financed by the Polish Film Instutite, we spoke with Nikolaj Nikitin, the selectioner of the Berlin International Film Festival.
Polish films at DOK.Leipzig
The six Polish films competing, a review of Polish puppet animation and the Polish Docs programme at the DOK.Market fair are the most important Polish accents of the upcoming 55th DOK.Leipzig festival.
"Imagine" at Festival do Rio
September 27 brought the opening of the 14th Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. The lineup of this event features three films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Polish Films in Haifa
The lineup of the upcoming Haifa International Film Festival features several Polish films. The festival runs from September 29 through October 8, 2012.
Wajda School in Finland and in Korea
Films from Wajda School will be presented at the Nordisk Panorama in Finland and at the 4th DMZ Docs film festival in Korea.
Award for Małgorzata Szumowska
Małgorzata Szumowska received the Best Director award at the 8th Eurasia International Film Festival for her work on Sponsoring (Elles). The film was co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Polish Presence in San Sebastián
Ci, którzy umierają (The Dead and the Living), a co-production between Austria, Poland and Germany directed by Barbara Albert and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, will screen in Main Competition at the 60th San Sebastián International Film Festival. The competition will open with a screening of the US production Arbitrage by Nicholas Jarecki - a film that was produced in cooperation with Poland-based Alvernia Studios. Meanwhile the festival section dedicated to student films features Święto zmarłych (All Souls' Day), a film directed by Aleksandra Terpińska.
Molska Wins 2nd Edition of PFI Film Award
Anna Molska has been declared the winner of the second edition of the Film Award, presented by the Polish Film Institute and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
Polish Projects in Leipzig
Deep Love and To Sing are two Polish film projects that will take part in the eighth edition of the DOK Leipzig film festival's co-production forum. The forum runs from October 29 through November 4.
Polish Films at Filmfest Hamburg
Obława (Manhunt) and Zabić bobra (To Kill a Beaver) are two Polish films that will feature in the lineup of the 20th edition of Filmfest Hamburg. The event runs from September 27 through October 6 in Hamburg.
"In The Shadow" for the Oscars
On September 17, members of the Czech Academy of Film and Television decided to select In the Shadow (original title: Ve stínu) by David Ondříček as the official candidate of the Czech Republic for the Academy Award in the Best Foreign Language Film category. In the Shadow was co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
Prix Europa: Polish Nominations
Several Polish films received nominations for the Prix Europa award for best European television, radio and online productions, which will be handed out in Berlin at the European Broadcasting Festival, which runs from October 20 through October 27. Among the nominated films are several films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.