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17th Warsaw Jewish Film Festival
Founded in 2003, the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival was created to reawaken Warsaw’s Jewish past, with its subsequent success evidenced by its growing stature in both Poland and abroad. Taking place for the 17th time, this year’s festival runs from the 18th to the 24th of November and will...
Hanks For Sharing
Denizens of Bielsko-Biała have clubbed together to buy Hollywood legend Tom Hanks a Fiat 126p. Having spotted a jokey Instagram post that showed the Oscar-winning actor trying to climb into a ‘Maluch’, Bielsko native Monika Jaskólska launched a crowdfunding drive to purchase just such a model for Hanks. “When...
Living With Warsaw
First-time filmmaker Jonathan L. Ramsey makes his directorial debut with the release of Living With Warsaw, a 40-minute documentary about the lives of expat men. Having already premiered to much acclaim at the Festiwal Form Dokumentalnych NURT in Kielce, the film will begin at 6 on the dot with...
The Warsaw Film List
We sift through the show reels to uncover some of the best and worst films connected to the nation… The Pianist The film adaptation of Władysław Szpilman’s riveting true tale of survival in the Jewish Ghetto dominated the 2003 Oscars, receiving gongs for Best Actor, Director and Screenplay. Even...
Mexican Month

Mexican Month

Partner news 27 September 2016 0

Art, music, film and food: coordinated by the Mexican Embassy, September has seen a rash of activity celebrating the colorful culture of Mexico. Thus far, events have included three days of film at the cult Kino Ilujzon as well as a Mexican Week held in the Sheraton’s Someplace Else...
Final Cut For Kino Femina
Local campaigners have been left seething after it was announced that – contrary to initial promises – the historic Femina cinema is unlikely to ever resume a cultural role. The landmark movie house, sold in 2014 to budget supermarket chain Biedronka, had been subject to a vociferous campaign to...
The 48 Hour Film Project
Adrenaline, creativity, excitement and fun: the upcoming 48 Hour Film Project has all this and more. This year’s competition takes place in Warsaw with teams from the whole of Poland invited to apply. Registered teams will have just two days to make a movie from scratch: from writing all...

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