Over 20 planes parked up on Saturday to watch a screening of the 2017 crime drama Loving Pablo starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem.
The Warsaw public will soon be able to take in some of the magic of the silver screen thanks to a drive-in cinema.
The new charge, which would be paid to the Polish Film Institute, could bring in an estimated 15 million złoty (3.3 million euros) this year, and at least 20 million złoty a year in subsequent years, most of it from a handful of major players on the VoD market in Poland. Small providers would be exempt from the charge.
Kino Muza in Poznań now has three screening rooms and can take films outside onto a terrace.
Warsaw’s Relax cinema, which when built was the modernist cinema in the capital boasting a string of premieres and state-of-the-art features, has been saved from destruction after the regional conservator of monuments stepped in saying the building has “artistic, historical and scientific value.”
They’ve witnessed cultural renaissance, occupation, totalitarianism and economic transformation: Warsaw’s cinemas have seen it all.
Famous film director existed on little more than copious amounts of coffees and cigarettes when working, claims new biography.
Collaborating with some of the world’s greatest directors, the famed cinematographer raked up an impressive catalogue of awards and recognition over his life.
Warsaw Film Festival is the biggest film festiwal in Poland. The first edition took place in 1985. The idea was to show foreign people new movies made by polish directors. Nowadays WFF is a huge event, gathering many people from around the world.
Following her mysterious death in WWII, Maria Hirszbein fell into obscurity. Now a screening of her pre-war films at this year’s Singer’s Warsaw Festival will commemorate the forgotten heroine of Polish cinema.