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180 articles available in total starting from 21/03/2017. Last article published on 08/06/2021.

Russia’s Far Eastern Golgotha scoops the Golden Horn at the Krakow Film Festival

Russia’s Far Eastern Golgotha scoops the Golden Horn at the Krakow Film Festival

Julia Sergina’s documentary about a taxi driver-turned-YouTuber has triumphed in the International Competition, while Tomasz Wysokiński’s Walk with Angels won in the National Competition  

08/06 | Krakow 2021 | Awards

Beata Rzeźniczek • Producer, Madants

Interview: Beata Rzeźniczek • Producer, Madants

“Change is always an opportunity for innovation”

The Polish Producer on the Move breaks down her career so far and discusses what she views as the future of filmmaking, post-pandemic  

21/05 | Producers on the Move 2021

European docs dominate the programme of the Krakow Film Festival

European docs dominate the programme of the Krakow Film Festival

The oldest Polish festival will take place both off- and online between 30 May and 6 June  

03/05 | Krakow 2021

Piotr Domalewski’s period crime flick Hyacinth wraps shooting

Piotr Domalewski’s period crime flick Hyacinth wraps shooting

The Netflix-produced third movie by the director of I Never Cry is set in 1980s communist Poland and is based on extensive research; the release is slated for autumn 2021  

29/03 | Production | Funding | Poland/USA

Review: Courage

Review: Courage

BERLINALE 2021: Aliaksei Paluyan’s powerful documentary shot in Minsk during the anti-government protests captures the sheer horror of living a life under tyranny  

18/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

Aliaksei Paluyan and Jörn Möllenkamp • Director and producer of Courage

Interview: Aliaksei Paluyan and Jörn Möllenkamp • Director and producer of Courage

“We were prepared for the shoot, but we were not naïve – we knew we might get arrested”

BERLINALE 2021: We chatted to the team behind this film, which was shot in Belarus, also during the heated protest that swept through the country after last year’s presidential election  

17/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

Review: Fabian – Going to the Dogs

Review: Fabian – Going to the Dogs

BERLINALE 2021: Set during the decline of the Weimar Republic, Dominik Graf’s film fails to be relevant or engaging, despite Tom Schilling and Saskia Rosendahl’s best efforts  

08/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Review: Mr Bachmann and His Class

Review: Mr Bachmann and His Class

BERLINALE 2021: This amazingly warm and clever documentary by Maria Speth about a sixth-grade schoolteacher deserves all the plaudits it can get  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Christian Schwochow  • Director of Je Suis Karl

Interview: Christian Schwochow • Director of Je Suis Karl

Je Suis Karl is a work of fiction, but it is based on research”

BERLINALE 2021: The German director chatted to us to break down his study of infatuation, screening in Berlinale Special  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

Review: District Terminal

Review: District Terminal

BERLINALE 2021: Set in a war zone, this Iranian-German film by Bardia Yadegari and Ehsan Mirhosseini is draining to watch, but offers some unexpected dark poetry and sunshine  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Encounters

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