The animated film by Barbara Rupik won the third prize at this year's film festival in Cannes. The film was presented in the Cinefondation section - student short films.
The award-winning film by Marta Pajek has been recognized as the best professional animation at the Colombian La Truca festival.
We know the titles of the films which will compete for the Golden Pegasus at the 12th IAFF Animator. in Poznan. In the international competition, there is a place for seven Polish animated films.
This year's edition of the Czech festival Anifilm ends on Sunday. The programme includes several Polish productions.
May is a festival-friendly month for European fans of animated films. Polish productions will be shown, among others, in Portugal, Moldova, the Czech Republic and Germany. An important point on the map is Cannes and the Krakow Film Festival that starts shortly after. Be sure to check where and when you can watch Polish animated films this month.
The 26 th edition of the Stuttgart Trickfilm International Animated Film Festival ends this Sunday. As many as five short films by Polish animated film-makers are invited to the competition.
We have just got acquainted with the results of the official selection to the short film section at the 72nd edition of the festival in Cannes. The animated film "Little Soul," directed by Barbara Rupik was included in the Cinefondation competition - student short film competition.
An integral part of the KrakowFilm Festival are the screenings of the most important Polish documentaryfilms, short feature films and animations. Polish productions can be found in all three competition sections, as well as almost all non-competitive sectionsof the festival. The program also includes celebratory special events thatshowcase classic Polish documentaries.
The animated film by Marta Szymańska was awarded during the 21st edition of the Ismailia International Film Festival.
The animated film by Betina Bożek was awarded for the best sound during this year's edition of the Filmfest Dresden.
This time the highly successful animation by Marta Pajek was awarded at Animakom Festival in Bilbao.
April is an exceptionally peaceful month for animated film, though its fans should not complain. This month, the following festivals are held, among others, the Dutch Go Short, the FilmFest Dresden and the Angouleme Short Film Festival in France.
This month will bloom with festival screenings. Polish short documentary films will be presented at various festivals including Visions du Reel in Switzerland, Go Short in Holland and Moscow IFF in Russia.