In April, festival life has not yet fully blossomed, but there is still quite a lot going on. Be sure to check which international events will host Polish films from KFF Sales&Promotion catalogue.
March sees us slowly waking up from our winter and rushing off to festivals whose line-ups feature quite a few Polish documentaries. Our films will be shown at True/False Film Festival, CPH:DOX*, Tampere Film Festiva, One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, and more. Check out where you can watch Polish productions this month.
Another selection is behind us. KFF Sales&Promotion agency enriched with three shorts and one two documentary flms, 2 shorts and as many as 5 animations.
It was a good evening for Polish documentaries. Two documentaries received special mentions in the capital of Croatia, including one represented by KFF Sales&Promotion.
It was a great weekend for The Balcony Movie. It turned out that the award at ZagrebDox was just a taste of what was to come at the It's All True festival.
The short fiction film by Konrad Kultys was appreciated at the ÉCU The European Independent Film Festival in France.
"The Balcony Movie" by Paweł Łoziński, "Bucolica" by Karol Pałka, "Silent Love" by Marek Kozakiewicz, "Backstage" by Ada Smyk, and premiere screenings of Zofia Kowalewska's "Only the Wind" and Bogna Kowalczyk's "Boylesque" will be screening in this year's edition of the extremely prestigious Hot Docs festival in Canada.
The organisers of the Swiss festival Visions du Réel announced this year’s program. It features several Polish documentaries – including international premiere screenings of represented by KFF Sales&Promotions agency Monika Kotecka and Karolina Poryzała’s "The Herd".
"The Balcony Movie" by Paweł Łoziński, "1970" by Tomasz Wolski, "Polański, Horowitz. Hometown" by Mateusz Kudła and Anna Kokoszka-Romer, "Judges Under Pressure" by Kacper Lisowski, and "Escape to the Silver Globe" by Kuba Mikurda all have the chance to win the title of best Polish documentary this year. And this isn’t the only Polish Film Awards category they have been nominated in.
The documentary by Kacper Lisowski has been selected to open the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. It won't be the only Polish production in the program. Michał Kawecki's No Hero At All also has a chance to win awards.
The documentary by Łukasz Kowalski will have its world premiere at one of the world's most important documentary festivals. The program of the event also includes Judges Under Pressure by Kacper Lisowski and The Balcony Movie by Paweł Łoziński.
The new documentary by Paweł Łoziński was recognised at yet another festival. This time, the film received the Artistic Vision Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
The new documentary by Anna Konik won't just have its world premiere during this year's edition of the London Human Rights Watch Film Festival, but will also open this event. The program also features “Judges Under Pressure” by Kacper Lisowski.