Polish presence at the Rotterdam IFF
The Rotterdam International Film Festival (IFFR) will take place in the second half of January. Polish producers will take part in industry events. The program will also include Polish films.
Polish films at the Slamdance festival
Films co-financed by the Polish Film Institute: „The Wind. A Documentary Thriller", "The Little Soul" and "In a Lion" will be shown at the Slamdance festival.
"Corpus Christi" on Oscar’s Shortlist
"Corpus Christi", a film directed by Jan Komasa and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute is one of ten titles shortlisted for nominations in the Academy Awards' International Feature Film category.
Polish films at the 31st IFF in Palm Springs
Co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, the films 'Corpus Christi', 'Mr. Jones', 'Sole' and 'Adventures of a Mathematician' were included in the program of the 31st International Palm Springs Film Festival. "Adventures of a Mathematician" screening at the festival will be its world premiere.
International Distribution of "Corpus Christi"
Co-financed by the Polish Film Institute Jan Komasa’s film „Corpus Christi” has already been sold to 45 territories to date including North America when it will be released on February 19th.
"Cold War" with EFA People’s Choice Award!
On Saturday, during the 32nd European Film Awards Gala, Paweł Pawlikowski's film co-financed by the Polish Film Institute won the EFA People’s Choice Award.
"Acid Rain" nominated for Annie Awards
Tomek Popakul's short film "Acid Rain" co-financed by the Polish Film Institute has been nominated for the prestigious Annie Awards.
"The Great Match" with the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award
The "The Great Match" by Filip Syczyński is the best project during the Industry @ Tallinn & Baltic Event. Earlier, the film received funding from the Polish Film Institute for project development.
"Symphony of the Ursus Factory" nominated for Cinema Eye Honors
The documentary film by Jaśmina Wójcik entitled „Symphony of the Ursus Factory”, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute has a chance for the Cinema Eye Honors Awards. The prizes will be presented in early January 2020.
"Corpus Christi" and "Dolce Fine Giornata" in cinemas in France
Co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, the films 'Corpus Christi' and 'Dolce Fine Giornata' will enter French cinemas in the first months of 2020.
Polish documentary films with a chance to be nominated for an Oscar®
Co-financed by PISF documentaries "Who will write our history" by Robert Grossman and "Broken Dreams" by Tomasz Magierski have a chance to get on the short list and, in the next stage, for an Oscar® nomination.
Premiere of "Acid Rain" by Tomek Popakul at Vimeo
"Acid Rain" directed by Tomek Popakul - one of the most awarded short animated films of the year, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute and produced by Animoon, on November 18 it premiered on the Vimeo platform to the curatorial Staff Pick section. The film will be available on Vimeo for six months.
EnergaCamerimage 2019 Winners
The winners of the 27th EnergaCamerimage International Festival of the Art of Cinematography, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, have been announced.
First prizes at the 27th EnergaCamerimage
On Saturday the 27th edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography EnergaCAMERIMAGE was officially opened in the CKK Jordanki Festival Centre in Toruń. Festival is supported by the Polish Film Institute.
"Ein Sommer" – Filming Has Started On The Polish Coast
The shooting of the German film "Ein Sommer" has begun at the beginning of October. The German-Polish film crew will work in the Tri-City and around Łeba for a month and a half. The production uses Polish 30% cash rebate scheme.
Bartosz Bielenia awarded in Bordeaux
The Polish actor Bartosz Bielenia was awarded during the International Independent Film Festival in Bordeaux in France for his role in the film "Corpus Christi" by Jan Komasa. The picture is a Polish Oscar candidate.
"Corpus Christi" at the prestigious Contenders event
On November 2, the Polish Oscar candidate, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, Jan Komasa's "Corpus Christi" will take part in the prestigious Contenders event, organized by Deadline magazine and opening the awards season in the USA.
"Corpus Christi" picked up by Film Movement for North America
Jan Naszewski’s New Europe Film Sales announced that the North American rights to Jan Komasa’s Venice and TIFF drama “Corpus Christi” were sold to Film Movement. The deal was concluded with Film Movement’s President, Michael Rosenberg, at the MIA market in Rome ahead of AFM. The film will be featured at the Deadline Contenders event on Nov 2nd and it is Poland’s submission to this year’s International Oscar race.
Polish documentary films at IDFA
Once again, Polish documentary films have a chance to be awarded at the prestigious IDFA Amsterdam Documentary Film Festival. Polish cinema will also be present in non-competitive sections.