Polish-born film director Roman Polański will be a guest at the closing of the 24th CINERGIA European cinema forum in Łódź, central Poland, the forum organisers have informed.
Recognition went to Katowice, Lublin and Łódź in the “revitalized public space” category, while Jaworzno and Kraków were showered with praise in the “Green public space” category.
The report from the commercial real estate agency JLL and recruitment specialists HAYS Poland notes that Łódź has become the ideal city for everyone from start-ups and creative small firms to large international corporations.
The Light. Move. Festival casts light on the city’s lesser known areas as well as emblazing some cultural highlights.
The project by local arts student Dominika Cebula celebrates the significance of flowers in culture and “the contrast between colourful flowers and a concrete city.”
Although little-known, the camp in Chełmno nad Nerem stands out in the grim history of the Holocaust for serving as a model for later sites at Treblinka, Sobibór, Bełżec and Auschwitz II Birkenau. TFN’s Stuart Dowell was there.
The Łódź firm specialises in improving animal and human health by “increasing environmental sustainability and eliminating the unnecessary use of antibiotics.”
Once beset by industrial decay and decline Łódż is on the rebound and establishing itself as one of Europe’s go-to destinations.
The German BSH group will open a new plant in Łódź, central Poland, which will produce up to 3 million dishwashers annually. The official opening is planned for September 10.
A field in central Poland has become home to dozens of old kiosks, and its strange lure has started to pull in the visitors.