12 MAY 2009
QUEENS FILM THEATRE, BELFAST
In communism many things were turned upside down – it was a “revolutionary” system. The consequences of this were unpleasant and sometimes even tragic for the citizens of communist Poland. It’s quite difficult to live in a topsy-turvy world where basic human values become politically suspect and economic laws are replaced [...]
12 MAY 2009
New film by J.J. Kolski already in Polish cinemas.
Since her childhood Afonia has been occupied with discovering the world. She collects honey unlike any other honey, and when doing it she calms the swarms. She never parts with her army video camera, which she uses to record everything that according to her deserves being filmed. Rafał, once a [...]
On the 4th July Patryk Vega began shooting his New film, a comedy ‘Ciacho’. The film will star Paweł Małaszyński, Tomasz Karolak and Marta Żmuda Trzebiatowska.
So far, all we know abou this new project is that the film itself is a comedy. Magic Hour will be the producer of the film. On a blog dedicated to [...]
Record half of the year in Polish cinemas
Nearly 20 million cinema tickets were sold in Poland in the first half of the year 2009 with two Polish productions: “Love and Dance” and “Popiełuszko” reached more than 1 million spectators.
The website Stopklatka presented an optimistic figure of the first half of the year 2009 based on the data [...]
Two river banks third time
Another, third edition of Film and Art Festival Two River Banks in Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec is about to begin. It will last 9 days.
The film programme of the festival Two River Banks will be made up of pictures selected at this year film festivals. There will mostly be titles representing original, [...]
Integration YOU and ME in Koszalin
6th European Film Festival “Integration You and Me” will be held in Koszalin between 8th and 12th September 2009.
The festival will present films dealing with the topic of disability and pictures created by artistis who are disabled. Like in previous editions the competition will be divided into three categories: feature film, documentary and [...]
Polish films at Cambridge Festival
Cambridge Film Festival is one of the most significant film festivals in the United Kingdom. This year’s edition will take place between 18th and 28th September 2008.
The best Polish films of the last year will be a part of the festival in Cambridge.
Katyń by A. Wajda:
Sat, 20th September at 2pm
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