The subversive title and similarly subversive story have caught the jury's attention and delighted the viewers watching Julia Orlik's new film. It was the latter group that decided to present the animated film with the Audience Award at this year's CinEast.
The short fiction by Klaudia Kęska and Andrea Guizar's animated short returned from the 63. International Film Festival BRNO16 with awards. The former was appreciated by the audience and the latter by the Jury, which gave it a special mention.
The animated film by Tomasz Siwiński received the Grand du Jury at the ONE Country ONE Film International Festival in France.
One of the most important US festivals dedicated to documentary cinema has just announced its program. The film by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski will be contenting for the title of best international documentary film in its prestigious competition. During the short film program Hidden Histories viewers will get to see Once There Was a Sea by Joanna Kożuch.
It's going to be a great month for Polish films. Many important international festivals are held in October. Polish filmsfrom KFF Sales&Promotion catalogue certainly won't miss them, including their competitions and non-competitive segments. Be sure to check out where you can watch Polish animations this month.
One of the world's most important festivals dedicated to documentary films unveiled a part of the program. It also features productions from Poland. Both Silent Love by Marek Kozakiewicz and The Hamlet Syndrome by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski have been invited into IDFA's prestigious Best of Fests section.