The first major festival in March, at which Polish shorts will appear, will be the Finnish Tampere Film Festival, where the jury will evaluate “Portrait of Suzanne“ by Izabela Plucińska and “Acid Rain” by Tomek Popakul. The Festival Filministes in Canada will start at the same time and…
New documentary film directed by Tomasz Wolski has been invited to the international competition of the Swiss festival Visions du Réel. It will be the world premiere of the film.
The latest film by Piotr Sułkowski is not slowing down. This time, "Play" received an award at the festival in Kalaburagi, India.
The short documentary film by Marcin Polar was appreciated for its sound at the British Short Sounds Film Festival.
In February, the festival calendar is almost empty, which does not mean that you will not be able to watch films from our catalogue anywhere. Our films will tour a bit of the world, and you will have a chance to watch them, among others, in Canada, France, Iran, the United States, the Netherlands, Romania and Latvia. Let's find out where exactly the Polish films represented by the KFF Sales&Promotion will have a chance to win a new audience and awards.
We already know the list of documentary films competing for this year's Eagle awards, or "the Polish Oscars." Among the nine selected films, there are two titles from the catalogue of the KFF Sales & Promotion.
On the 5th of February, the nominations for "the Polish Oscars" or the Eagles - the Polish Film Awards, were announced. There are as many as nine films competing for the statuette in the documentary film category.
The 16th edition of the Mumbai International Film Festival has just ended. The film by Izabela Plucińska was chosen as the best international animated film at the festival.
The animated film by Tomek Popakul won yet another Grand Prix award. This time, the film was appreciated by the Jury of the French festival Premiers Plans.
The short documentary film by Emilia Śniegoska won the section Short Competition of Young Filmmakers at the BIDF - Budapest International Documentary Festival.
We already know the award-winners of this year's Slamdance festival. Among the award-winning films, there are two Polish short film productions!
The documentary film by Natalia Koniarz was chosen as the best film of the New Talent competition section at the FIPADOC festival.
The first competition screening of Polish documentary film at the international festival immediately resulted in an award. The film by Karol Lindholm won at the 13th edition of the Vilnius International Short Film Festival.