Polish travelling cinema goes to Myanmar
Polish classical documentary films and the best animated movies for kids will be shown in towns and villages of Eastern Europe and in Asia, in such faraway places as Myanmar.
Poles paint a film about Van Gogh
Director Dorota Kobiela and 60 Polish painters are working on the first full-length animation about Vincent van Gogh.
Kantor’s dream come true
A former power plant and a modern upward extension combine in a surreal way to form a new seat of Cricoteka – the Krakow-based museum of Tadeusz Kantor.
Bollywood in Warsaw
Kick, a Bollywood blockbuster which was produced in the capital city of Poland and is about to hit the screens around the world.
The Poet of Light in Warsaw
The National Museum in Warsaw invites to a unique exhibition of paintings by Aleksander Gierymski.
Scientific view on photography, photographic view on science
Images that were etched on to a silicon disc and launched to the Earth orbit as a proof of civilization on Earth were presented in Krakow at the 12th edition of the Photomonth.
Autumn with film festivals
Jubilee 30th Warsaw Film Festival opens the autumn season of film festivals in Poland
'Warsaw Uprising' – a feature film based on documentaries
The montage of uprising newsreels entitled 'Warsaw Uprising' is the world's first non-fiction war drama. It was released in cinemas on 9 May.
Great literature celebration in Wrocław
The European Literature Night, also referred to as the nightly celebration of the written word, is to encourage reading at any time and any place.
Scorsese presents masterpieces of Polish Cinema in the US
Digitally re-mastered films by Wajda, Kieślowski and Konwicki will be presented during “Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema,” in the US.
Warsaw 44 – love during apocalypse of war
Warsaw 44 is an epic historical drama film about young fighters in the Warsaw Uprising.