61st edition of Krakow Film Festival has finished. We already know all of the laureates. They include: “A Little Bit of Paradise” by Andrzej Cichocki, and "1970" by Tomasz Wolski.
We've received great news from Animafest Zagreb. Julia Orlik's film “I'm Here” received the Dušan Vukotić Award and was named the best student animation of the festival, while Mariusz Wilczyński's feature-length “Kill It and Leave This Town” won a special mention from the Jury.
The first summer vacation month is right around the corner. The pandemic isn't going away, but more and more festivals are opting for hybrid forms, so some productions will also have a chance to appear on the big screen. Polish films from KFF Sales&Promotion catalogue are also among such films. Our productions will be shown in Greece, Croatia, New Zealand, and France, among others.
This time, Julia Orlik's animation was awarded a Special Mention at the Internationale Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg.
This time, Julia Orlik's animated film won a special mention at the German Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film.
May starts with a bang – already on the first day of the month a review of selected film schools begins as part of the MovieZone Short Film Festival in China with short films from the Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School in Katowice. Chinese audiences will have the opportunity to watch…
The audience of the Mecal Pro festival has decided that Weronika Jurkiewicz's film deserves the title of best short documentary.
Teresa Czepiec's short documentary received an Honourable Mention at the Visioni Urbane festival in Italy.
Joanna Dudek's film enjoys great success. Her animated film “Ashes” will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Festival in New York City.
The premieres of the most interesting Polish documentary, short and animated films, returns of the award-winning film-makers and the latest debuts, the award for the contribution to the development of international cinema for Piotr Dumała – in the programme of the Krakow Film Festival there is always a special place for the productions of Polish film-makers, who tell the stories about Poland and the world in an original and uncompromising way.
The docs-enlinea.com platform, operated by the organisers of the DocsMX festival, features two documentaries from our KFF Sales&Promotion catalogue, which enjoyed numerous successes at international film festivals last year.
The situation in the world still does not allow us to fully participate in festival life. Luckily, we can also enjoy film screenings online. April is another month when Polish films can mostly be watched online at international festivals. And there will be quite a lot of those, as the popularity of our films certainly isn't waning.
Julia Orlik's animated film continues its winning streak. This time the film won the title of the best student short film at this year's Kaboom Animation Festival.