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Warsaw 2020


10 articles available in total starting from 06/10/2020. Last article published on 21/10/2020.

Maciej Bochniak • Director of Magnesia

Interview: Maciej Bochniak • Director of Magnesia

“I’m a self-taught director; my university was the cinema”

We talked to Maciej Bochniak about his Polish-set western Magnesia, which stars Dawid Ogrodnik and Mateusz Kościukiewicz, among others  

21/10 | Warsaw 2020

18 Kilohertz is a winning frequency at the Warsaw Film Festival

18 Kilohertz is a winning frequency at the Warsaw Film Festival

The Polish gathering came to a successful close amidst intensifying COVID-19 restrictions, with Farkhat Sharipov's Kazakh film coming out on top  

19/10 | Warsaw 2020 | Awards

Review: Magnesia

Review: Magnesia

Premiering at the Warsaw Film Festival, Maciej Bochniak's attempt to make a western inspired by both the spaghetti western and Tarantino’s take on the genre is only half successful  

16/10 | Warsaw 2020

Review: Under the Concrete

Review: Under the Concrete

In his first feature film, Roy Arida offers up the antithesis of The Big Blue, following a scuba diver who attempts to beat a world record in order to escape the pressure of a noxious Beirut  

16/10 | Warsaw 2020

Petr Zelenka • Director of Droneman

Interview: Petr Zelenka • Director of Droneman

“In the Czech Republic, we don't have killers like Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver

We talked to Czech filmmaker Petr Zelenka about Droneman, presented in the main competition of the Warsaw Film Festival  

14/10 | Warsaw 2020

Review: Asia

Review: Asia

Israeli director Ruthy Pribar makes an impressive feature debut with this tender story focusing on an embattled mother-daughter relationship  

13/10 | Warsaw 2020

Review: The Jump

Review: The Jump

Giedrė Žickytė’s documentary centres on the moving story of the Kudirka incident, known for several years as the US Coast Guard’s “Day of Shame”  

12/10 | Warsaw 2020

Review: Post Mortem

Review: Post Mortem

Péter Bergendy tries his hand at the historical horror film, but while his ghosts are a success from a special effects perspective, they are much less convincing narratively  

12/10 | Warsaw 2020

The Warsaw Film Festival celebrates interesting debuts and remarkable returns

The Warsaw Film Festival celebrates interesting debuts and remarkable returns

Ready to unspool its 36th edition, the Polish festival is set to open with a screening of Carlo S Hintermann's The Book of Vision  

08/10 | Warsaw 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title The Jump

The documentary helmed by Giedrė Žickytė will world-premiere at the Warsaw Film Festival this Friday  

06/10 | Warsaw 2020

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