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2011 Warsaw Film Festival Prize Winners

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“Rose”, directed by Wojciech Smarzowski, won the top prize in the International Competition at the 27th Warsaw Film Festival, which wrapped today.A historical drama set in the picturesque Mazury region of northern Poland (formerly East Prussia) in the summer of 1945 just after the Second World War, the film's protagonist Rose is a Pole whose German husband has been killed in the war, leaving her alone on their farm. As Soviet soldiers and locals circle around the farm, she is grateful for th...

Representing Poland at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival

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The biggest annual film event in North America kicks off September 8 as the Toronto International Film Festival celebrates its 36th year. Toronto always delivers an extravaganza of cinematic fare sufficient to overwhelm the most diehard of film fans-- or film geeks as the case may be. And this year should prove to be no exception, with (at last count) 268 features and 68 short films scheduled to be screened from 65 countries.Although the majority of media attention will be focused on red carpet ...

The BIFF short film jury awarded "Rose" from Director Hoku Uchiyama.

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Unnoticed

A young woman desperately tries to get the attention of a handsome man. She is heartbroken when her attempts to get nocticed by him fail. A rose left on her table gives her a glimmer of hope, but not the kind we expect. Inspired by Edward Hopper's painting 'Automat', Unnoticed tells a beautiful tale of missed love and what could happen if we really just open our eyes.

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