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The 37th Gdynia Film Festival has officially ended with Awards

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37. GDYNIA FILM FESTIVAL. POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN POLAND (7th – 12th of May) ANNOUNCED ITS AWARDS.   The 37th Gdynia Film Festival has officially ended. At the Closing Ceremony the “Golden Lions” Prize was granted to Agnieszka Holland for the film In Darkness. Other award winners included among others Marcin Krzyształowicz, awarded with the “Silver Lions” Prize for Manhunt, Agnieszka Grochowska and Robert Więckiewicz, awarded for the best actress and actor in a leading role in...

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival Opens in London

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  Fans of Polish cinema are in for a fortnight of fun, as the 10th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival opens on March 8th and runs through the 22nd at various venues in London, with some additional screenings taking place in Edinburgh and Belfast. The festival will showcase a wide variety of work by contemporary filmmakers in its New Polish Cinema programme, including features, animation and documentaries, as well as a selection of classics. The opening night gala will present Malgo...

Submission of films for the 52nd Krakow Film Festival open till 10th February

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The 10th February has been announced to be the deadline for submitting films to the selection of the 52th Krakow Film Festival. This year it will take place between 28th May and 3rd June. The above mentioned deadline applies to films made after August 31st 2011. Films which were made before that date were due for submission until November 30th 2011. Krakow Film Festival presents documentary, feature and animated films in three competitions: national competition open to film...

Vanishing

Director: Bartosz Kruhlik.
Housing estate. 35-year-old Iwona takes care of the house during her husband’s absence. She tries to make up with her son Michal and at night spends her time all alone. One day, Michal doesn’t come back home for the night. None of his friends now where he is. The husband doesn’t answer the phone.

Tomorrow...

Director: Bartosz Kruhlik.
One day from life of an old woman with a specific approach to life, who makes a reckoning with outward things. You never know what tomorrow will bring...

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Director: Bartosz Kruhlik.
12-year old Michal wants to join his elder brother’s group. The brother and his pals take Michal to the woods. They record everything with amateurish camcorder.

"Rebel" festival is waiting for your films!

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International Film Festival Tofifest, known as "rebellious" or "insolent"is waiting for your films. We invite you to apply films for one of three competitive sections in 2011 edition. The awards are Golden Angels and 5000 euro financial awards for the winner. Tofifest is one of the major summer festivals in Poland. For eight years Tofifest has been successfully promoting rebelious, insolent cinema. Cinema that is not  afraid to ask questions about present world. "F...

OFF PLUS CAMERA at the European Film Market!

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OFF PLUSCAMERA took part in the European Film Market held during the Berlin Film Festivalin February 10th – 18th.Our festival's stand was visited by a few hundredvisitors. TheEuropean Film Market is the most important industry event in Europe next toCannes. Every year the film industry companies and various institutions such asthe biggest distributors and film institutes such as Doha Film Institute orPolish Film Institute have their stands at the market. This year, for the firsttime, also Off ...

ŚOLIDARNOSC = It is ALREADY 30 Years ~ KINOPOLSKA Polish Film Festival in PARIS

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Yikes, can it already be 30 years since Lech Walesa successfully led the Polish freedom movement, Solidarnosc, against the repressive Communist Regime and paved the way to liberty in the other Central and Eastern European satellite countries* This year’s edition of the KINOPOLSKA festival paid tribute the 30th anniversary of the historic Solidarity movement.        The  KINOPOLSKA Festival  promotes contemporary Polish cinema, and this year,  celebrated the ...

Dawn of Darkness

Director: Maks Naporowski.
An ancient evil once threatened the lands of Aronmar, engulfing the world in darkness and nearly destroying all life. In a last effort to save their realm a group of warriors banded together to fight the Darkness. They were said to have found the source of magic, a mystical "Light" that flows through the veins of the land and gives life to all. These warriors became the powerful order known as the "Aegis of Light" and with the powers granted by the Light they were able to stop the Darkness from spreading. Peace and harmony returned to the lands and with time, like all things, the memories of the Darkness withered away. With no signs of danger or of the Aegis warriors, the stories became myths, myths became legends and the Ancient Evil was forgotten. A thousand years have now passed and the Evil has returned, spreading and destroying everything in its path. The lands of Aronmar are once again being consumed by Darkness. Two powerful warriors arrive to witness the destruction of an Elven village. Kara, an Elven warrior, who a thousand years ago used to call this burning town her home, along with a human Paladin knight, Dryden. The two may very well be the last of the powerful order of the "Aegis of Light". Can they stop this ancient evil and it’s minions as they did once before? Can the Aegis save Aronmar or will the Ancient Evil consume all on this Dawn of Darkness ...

NEWSLETTER N° 481: October 22, 2010

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 .............                                                                                                                                                          WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 481: October 22, 2010 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor, Advertise on the sites.  Our newsletter reaches 82 000 film profession...

11 & 1/2 Polish Film Festival Los Angeles...today

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11 & ½ Polish Film Festival Los Angeles AndMel Brooks Tonite, Moses, Egyptian Theatre 88th Birthday, Belgian Film, Film Festival SeminarFriday, October 15, 2010 (in person: * Alina Szpak, Robert Fleet, Stephan Szpak-Fleet)7:00 PM PIGGIES (Swinki) by Robert Glinski (93 min.)9:00 PM PLAYER* by Alina Szpak (2010, 100 min.) Saturday, October 16, 2010 (in person: *Alina Szpak, Robert Fleet, ** Balbina Bruszewska , *** Jan Nowicki) 3:00 PM PLAYER* by Alina Szpak (2010, 100 min.)5:00 PM Animation: B...

11th LA Polish Fest conects with Hollywood

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by Alex Deleon The Los Angeles film festival calendar is so crowded that three of them have currently been running in overlapping juxtaposition. The LA Indian film festival and the LA Polish film festival both started on the same day, April 20, but the Indian one only lasted six days leaving another six days to catch up with the second half of the Polish action. There is also an Asian festival going on simultaneously in Koreatown, but since it is physically impossible to be everywhere at once, ...

The New York Polish Film Festival

One of the most important platforms for Polish cinema in the United States. The festival’s goal is to present and promote Polish and European Cinema, and is the only annual presentation of Polish films in New York City. For more information please visit our website www.nypff.com

New York Spotlight On Polish Cinema

 Tuesday, May 13------Poland has had an active film industry since the beginning of the 20th century and continues to be one of the most active players on the Eastern European film scene. Having produced such acknowledged film masters as Roman Polanski, Andrzej Wajda, Agnieszka Holland, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Jan Lenica, Lech Majewski and Jerzy Skolimowski, the Polish film scene has flourished, even under the strict demands of 40 years of Communist rule. As the economic dynamo of the “new Eur...

Abridged Seattle Polish Film Fest Closes

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An abridged version of the Seattle Polish Film Festival closed out on Sunday, May 6, with a screening of the highly controversial "We Are All Christs" by veteran maverick director Marek Koterski. Only nine films were screened during the abbreviated week, but the closing entry featuring an alcoholic father bearing a full sized cross and a suffering son with a crown of thorns throughout, was an eye-opener. The screening was attended by Mister Koterski and his wife, an actress who appears in the f...
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