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Tina Poglajen


57 articles available in total starting from 23/08/2016. Last article published on 30/10/2019.

The Saint: An examination of the pressures of masculinity in a crisis-torn country

The Saint: An examination of the pressures of masculinity in a crisis-torn country

Lithuania’s Andrius Blazevicius' social-realist drama about the everyday life of an unemployed man had its world premiere in the 1-2 Competition of the Warsaw Film Festival  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | 1-2 Competition

Night of a 1000 Hours: A fantastical take on the dark secrets of a family and a country

Night of a 1000 Hours: A fantastical take on the dark secrets of a family and a country

The supernatural whodunit by Austrian director Virgil Widrich has no patience for the conventions of realism  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Competition

Malaria, Heartstone, Toril and others recognised at 32nd Warsaw Film Festival

Malaria, Heartstone, Toril and others recognised at 32nd Warsaw Film Festival

The Polish film festival came to a close this weekend, with the juries paying special attention to Polish and other European films  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Awards

Einari Paakkanen • Director

Interview: Einari Paakkanen • Director

“When you are making a movie about yourself, you never really stop working on it”

Finnish filmmaker Einari Paakkanen's directorial debut My Father from Sirius, about his father’s belief in UFOs, had its world premiere at the 32nd Warsaw Film Festival  

14/10/2016

Adam Guziński  • Director

Interview: Adam Guziński • Director

“It was a return to my childhood”

Memories of Summer, the second feature by Polish director Adam Guziński, is world-premiering in the International Competition of the 32nd Warsaw Film Festival  

14/10/2016

Warsaw announces its CentEast programme

Warsaw announces its CentEast programme

Focusing on Eastern European cinema, the market will feature presentations of 13 new works-in-progress, new Polish films and workshops for both filmmakers and film critics  

10/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Industry

Oleg and the Rare Arts, Depth Two and other European documentaries shine at DokuFest

Oleg and the Rare Arts, Depth Two and other European documentaries shine at DokuFest

A portrait of an unorthodox musician and an examination of a nation’s war crimes have won the international and the Balkan documentary competitions at the young festival  

23/08/2016 | Festivals | Kosovo

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