Palme d”Or for best director in Cannes. British-Polish film director Paweł Pawlikowski returns to the big screen with his new film ‘Cold War’ and wins!
"Reflections" is the motto of the 12th Łódź Design Festival which opens on Saturday in Łódź, central Poland. Presented at the international event will be the latest in industrial and artistic design, as well as fashion and architecture.
Filmmaker Roman Polański has threatened to sue the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for being expelled "without a fair hearing.”
The annual Warsaw Book Fair has kicked off with book lovers, industry heavy weights, including Nobel laureates, descending on the National Stadium for four days of idle browsing and author book signings.
The Polish Institute in Sofia, Bulgaria, opened on Tuesday a photography exhibition dedicated to the Cold War.
Jewish culture in Poland hasn’t just survived, but thrives and there is no better place to experience its revival, than the 10-day Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow.
An unprecedented discovery has for the first time placed the Roman legions in the Polish region of Kujawy, much further outside the Roman Empire’s borders than had previously been assumed.
A painting stolen from Poland by the Nazis during the Second World War is up for auction in Berlin.
For Magdalena Abakanowicz, the Polish sculptor known for vast, hanging sculptures made of organic matter, the inspiration for her life’s work lay in her childhood. As a child playing alone in the forests near her home, Abakanowicz would collect natural debris and interconnect the things she found into crude objects, which were then carefully stowed away at home.
There was a time when the mere mention of Polish films screening in the UK immediately raised the excitement levels of highbrow cineastes and outpourings of love and deep analysis from many of the country’s most influential film critics.