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929 articles available in total starting from 13/01/2005. Last article published on 21/10/2021.

HER Docs Film Festival readies its second edition and wonders what would happen if women ruled the world

HER Docs Film Festival readies its second edition and wonders what would happen if women ruled the world

The Polish gathering dedicated to women’s filmmaking will take place from 22-28 October in Warsaw and online until 31 October  

21/10 | Festivals | Awards | Poland

Michał Krzywicki  • Director of The Day I Found a Girl in the Trash

Interview: Michał Krzywicki • Director of The Day I Found a Girl in the Trash

“Once you decide to make a futuristic film, some familiar elements find their way in without you trying”

We talked to the director of the rather ingeniously titled film originally pitched at Vilnius’ Meeting Point and freshly world-premiered at Warsaw  

19/10 | Warsaw 2021

Miracle wins the Warsaw Film Festival’s Grand Prix

Miracle wins the Warsaw Film Festival’s Grand Prix

“For me, it's been a dream-come-true edition,” said Stefan Laudyn, the director of the Polish gathering  

18/10 | Warsaw 2021 | Awards

Sonia Hausséguy and Irena Gruca-Rozbicka  • Editorial and Development Department, Crew United

Interview: Sonia Hausséguy and Irena Gruca-Rozbicka • Editorial and Development Department, Crew United

“Our main goal is to foster encounters between people who want to make great movies together”

Our conversation focused on the platform’s main objectives and its future expansion plans  

07/10 | /France/Poland

The 37th Warsaw Film Festival is all set to kick off

The 37th Warsaw Film Festival is all set to kick off

The Polish-based film gathering, which unspools from 8-17 October, will showcase 168 films from 50 countries, with Captain Volkonogov Escaped and Women Do Cry bookending it  

07/10 | Warsaw 2021

Kids Kino Industry crowns its award winners

Kids Kino Industry crowns its award winners

While the fifth, hybrid edition of the Polish event continues unspooling until 1 October, four prizes have already been handed out  

30/09 | Kids Kino Industry 2021 | Awards

Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

Interview: Peter Bebjak • Director of The Auschwitz Report

“Personally, I believe we are living in times when we need heroic films about people who had an important mission”

The prolific Slovak filmmaker talks about his most ambitious project yet, which has just premiered domestically and in the USA  

29/09 | /Slovakia/Czech Republic/Poland/Germany

Review: Other People

Review: Other People

Aleksandra Terpińska’s film is everything one would expect from a debuting director: a fresh, funky and dark tale of modern society existing in the shadow of capitalism  

28/09 | Gdynia 2021

Polish Golden Lions tremble in Fears

Polish Golden Lions tremble in Fears

Moving LGBT drama Fears by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt is the big winner of the Polish Film Festival, while the first runner up is Leave no Traces by Jan P Matuszyński  

27/09 | Gdynia 2021 | Awards

Paweł Łoziński  • Director of The Balcony Movie

Interview: Paweł Łoziński • Director of The Balcony Movie

“I wanted to check if I could reverse the roles and not be someone who chases people with a camera, but instead wait for them to come to me”

Cineuropa sat down with the established Polish director to discuss his latest ouevre, which was awarded in Locarno’s Semaine de la Critique and was recognised at Millennium Docs Against Gravity  

22/09 | Millennium Docs Against Gravity 2021

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