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Review: Panic Attack

Review: Panic Attack

The directorial debut by Poland’s Pawel Maslona is a hilarious black comedy with intertwining plotlines, proving that the more really is the merrier  

18/01/2018 | Films | Poland

Silent Night: All is (not) calm

Silent Night: All is (not) calm

First-time director Piotr Domalewski takes a snapshot of a rural Polish family as they celebrate Christmas Eve – and in doing so, he scooped the Golden Lions and showcases his unique talent  

23/11/2017 | Films | Poland

Radiogram: A story about power, discrimination and music

Radiogram: A story about power, discrimination and music

Rouzie Hassanova’s drama received the Best First Feature Award at the 2017 Golden Rose Film Festival  

11/10/2017 | Films | Bulgaria/Poland/Turkey

Loving Vincent: Citizen van Gogh

Loving Vincent: Citizen van Gogh

Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman explore the life and death of the famous post-impressionist through hand-painted animation  

05/10/2017 | Films | Poland

Knives Out: A party submerged in a toxic mixture of alcohol and nationalism

Knives Out: A party submerged in a toxic mixture of alcohol and nationalism

Seasoned Polish director Przemyslaw Wojcieszek returns with a film too political to be financed by state funds  

31/05/2017 | Films | Poland

Satan Said Dance: Life and literature

Satan Said Dance: Life and literature

Katarzyna Roslaniec confirms her creative line and her interest in the dilemmas of a generation of young people lost along the road to maturity  

09/05/2017 | Films | Poland

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

Kasia Adamik’s latest film gives us a diagnosis of civilisation, of the contemporary affliction that is our obsession with being noticed  

24/03/2017 | Films | Poland

15 Corners Of The World: Film for the ears

15 Corners Of The World: Film for the ears

Awarded last year at Locarno and the New Horizons Festival, Zuzanna Solakiewicz’s documentary was released in theatres today  

19/06/2015 | Films | Poland

Karski & The Lords of Humanity in Polish theatres

Karski & The Lords of Humanity in Polish theatres

Kino Swiat has released Slawomir Grünberg’s documentary about the secret agent who was the first to investigate and denounce the Holocaust  

27/04/2015 | Films | Poland

Field of Dogs: Polyphonic cinema

Field of Dogs: Polyphonic cinema

Following The Mill and the Cross, Lech Majewski is back with a film based on Dante’s Divine Comedy  

20/04/2015 | Films | Poland

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