Andrzej Cichocki's short documentary received the award for Best Children's Film at the 35th edition of the Pärnu International Film Festival.
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It was an extraordinary evening for Julia Orlik's animated film. It received two awards at this year's Paris International Animation Film Festival. The jury appreciated its direction while the viewers awarded their own special prize.
Film buffs know full well that summer holidays are the film festival season. Polish films fans won't have anything to complain about too. Our films will be screened at multiple European events. Check where exactly and which Polish productions will have the opportunity to win awards in July.
The documentary by Martyna Paszko was recognised at this year's Ravno Selo Film Festival in Serbia.
There still seem to be some awards left in store for Julia Orlik's “I'm Here” and Mariusz Wilczyński's “Kill It and Leave This Town”. This time, the award-winning animated films received even more prizes at Anifilm in the Czech Republic. Another award was also given to the Polish co-production for children – “Even Mice Belong in Heaven” by Denisa Grimmová and Jan Bubeníček.
Michał Bielawski's feature-length documentary was recognised as the best documentary at the British Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival.
This time, the award for the best documentary went to Maciej Cuske for “The Whale from Lorino”. In turn, Mariusz Wilczyński's animated film “Kill It and Leave This Town” was recognised as best film.
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.