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Ola Salwa


140 articles available in total starting from 21/03/2017. Last article published on 05/06/2020.

Review: Fortunata

Review: Fortunata

Telling the story of a former model who kept Berlusconi entertained and who now promotes pre-marital chastity, Paweł Banasiak’s film is an endearingly cringeworthy premiere at the Krakow Film Festival  

05/06 | Krakow 2020

Marta Habior  • Producer, No Sugar Films

Interview: Marta Habior • Producer, No Sugar Films

“If you don’t travel and you don’t participate in events you lose touch and visibility”

Poland’s Marta Habior, of production company No Sugar Films, has been selected as one of EFP’s 2020 Producers on the Move and she talks to us about it  

14/05 | Producers on the Move 2020

Review: Bad Boy

Review: Bad Boy

Polish hitmaker Patryk Vega’s new film, in which football meets mafia thriller, is out on Netflix in Poland just six weeks after its theatrical release  

30/04 | Films | Reviews | Poland

Review: My Wonderful Wanda

Review: My Wonderful Wanda

Bettina Oberli’s dramedy, which has world-premiered at Tribeca, revolves around a Polish woman who goes to Switzerland and disrupts the dynamics of an affluent family  

29/04 | Tribeca 2020

Jerzy Skolimowski’s new film among ten projects supported by the Polish Film Institute

Jerzy Skolimowski’s new film among ten projects supported by the Polish Film Institute

Oscar-nominated animator Dorota Kobiela, Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Grzegorzek have also received grants from the PISF  

28/04 | Production | Funding | Poland

Jonathan Glazer’s new project among the films supported by the Polish Film Institute

Jonathan Glazer’s new project among the films supported by the Polish Film Institute

The PISF has subsidised eight minority co-productions in its first slate of funding for 2020  

02/04 | Production | Funding | Poland/Germany

Review: Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight

Review: Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight

Dubbed the “first Polish slasher”, Bartosz M Kowalski’s film is an entertaining horror flick wallowing in nostalgia for the movies of the 1980s  

27/03 | Films | Reviews | Poland

Polish Film Institute to support the local film industry during coronavirus outbreak

Polish Film Institute to support the local film industry during coronavirus outbreak

The main funding body in Poland has called a special meeting of producers, distributors and other key industry professionals in order to assess the situation  

27/03 | Industry | Market | Poland

Review: The Hater

Review: The Hater

The director of the Oscar-nominated Corpus Christi, Jan Komasa, returns with the story of a digital-era social climber and the havoc he creates to get the girl  

20/03 | Films | Reviews | Poland

Mariusz Wilczyński  • Director of Kill It and Leave This Town

Interview: Mariusz Wilczyński • Director of Kill It and Leave This Town

“I can see that the universal themes in my film shine through”

BERLINALE 2020: Cineuropa met up with Polish director Mariusz Wilczyński to discuss his animation Kill It and Leave this Town, which was part of the newly introduced Encounters section  

04/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Encounters

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