This year, as many as 27 Polish productions will compete for the best short film award at the Gdynia Film Festival!

During the 44th edition of the festival in Gdynia, which has been the mirror of the state of the Polish cinema invariably for years, the jury will evaluate the following films:

  • “Bad Night Story,” directed by Nawojka Wierzbowska,
  • “The belly of a horrible machine, bleeding to death,” directed by Marek Ułan-Szymański,
  • “Dog Days,” directed by Zuzanna Grajcewicz
  • “The Exam,” directed by Bartosz Paduch
  • “The tumble,” directed by Milena Dutkowska
  • “Voices,” directed by Tomasz Cichoń
  • “Me, The Sinner Girl,” directed by Karolina Porcari
  • “Home Sweet Home,” directed by Agata Puszcz
  • “The Turtle Cave,” directed by Klaudia Folga
  • “Look at me,” directed by Agata Minowska
  • “The Crossword,” directed by Jan Bujnowski
  • “Marcel,” directed by Marcin Mikulski
  • “Me Voy,” directed by Sara Bustamante-Drozdek
  • “Love,” directed by Michał Ciechomski
  • “My Heart,” directed by Damian Kocur
  • “Not a fairy tale,” directed by Zuzanna Karpińska
  • “Don’t change the topic,” directed by Hubert Patynowski
  • “View to the Wall,” directed by Kobas Laksa
  • “Bitter herb,” directed by Maria Ornaf
  • “Vacancy,” directed by Agata Trzebuchowska
  • “Restart,” directed by Julian Tałandziewicz
  • “Ricochets,” directed by Jakub Radej
  • “Skin,” directed by Mateusz Znaniecki
  • “It’s good like that,” directed by Marcin Sauter
  • “Ticket,” directed by Nikita Tanadzhy
  • “Bitten,” directed by Helena Oborska
  • “Within me,” directed by Maria Wider

The winners will be announced on the 20th of September. You can find more information on the website of the 44th Gdynia Film Festival.