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539 articles available in total starting from 02/06/2005. Last article published on 16/08/2017.

Afterimage: A posthumous Oscar for Andrzej Wajda?

Afterimage: A posthumous Oscar for Andrzej Wajda?

The late Polish master’s final feature film is his country’s candidate in the race for the upcoming Oscar for Best Foreign-language Film  

11/10/2016 | Oscars 2017 | Poland

Bartosz M. Kowalski • Director

Interview: Bartosz M. Kowalski • Director

"A domino effect"

Young Polish filmmaker Bartosz M Kowalski spoke to Cineuropa about his feature film debut, Playground, which has appeared at San Sebastián and Warsaw, among others  

11/10/2016

Afterimage: Andrzej Wajda pays tribute to his favourite painter

Afterimage: Andrzej Wajda pays tribute to his favourite painter

At a special screening at the Gdynia Film Festival, the seasoned Polish director has presented his latest opus, a film that really shows off the talent of actor Boguslaw Linda  

27/09/2016 | Gdynia 2016

The Last Family emerges triumphant at Gdynia

The Last Family emerges triumphant at Gdynia

The feature debut by Jan P Matuszynski has taken home five trophies, including Best Film and the Audience Award  

26/09/2016 | Gdynia 2016 | Awards

I’m a Killer: A murderous vampire, a totalitarian vampire

I’m a Killer: A murderous vampire, a totalitarian vampire

Maciej Pieprzyca, the bright filmmaker behind Life Feels Good, is back at the Gdynia Film Festival with a piece that plunges us into darkness  

23/09/2016 | Gdynia 2016

The Erlprince: In the dark human forest

The Erlprince: In the dark human forest

Showcased as the opening film of the Gdynia Film Festival, Kuba Czekaj’s film, inspired by Goethe, confirms the young filmmaker’s potential  

20/09/2016 | Gdynia 2016

Six days of Polish film in Gdynia

Six days of Polish film in Gdynia

The 41st edition of the Gdynia Film Festival in Poland unspools from 19-24 September, and 16 films are in the running for the Golden Lions  

19/09/2016 | Festivals | Poland

In the Last Days of the City wins at New Horizons

In the Last Days of the City wins at New Horizons

The film by Egyptian director Tamer El Said took home the Grand Prix (€20,000) at the 16th edition of the Festival, which came to a close last night in Wrocław  

01/08/2016 | New Horizons 2016 | Winners

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

The film The Last Family by Jan P Matuszynski is one of the ten titles in the programme for the 69th Locarno Film Festival  

28/07/2016 | Locarno 2016 | Poland

Ten days of films at Wroclaw

Ten days of films at Wroclaw

393 films from more than 50 countries, including 94 features having their Polish premiere, will be on show at the 16th New Horizons International Film Festival, which runs from 21-31 July  

22/07/2016 | Festivals | Poland

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