The animation by director Mariusz Wilczyński is described as “an autobiographical impression, reminiscence of childhood images, in which the memory of dead parents and the hometown of Łódź comes to life.”
The festival lured cold-water lovers from around the globe to the small town of Mielno.
A festival of lights brings a bit of Far Eastern dazzle to the long, cold nights of the nation’s capital.
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.
Pulling in thousands of visitors with the lure of hundreds of different brews the Warsaw Beer Festival has become the premiere beer event in the region.
A three-day literary festival highlighting the life and work of the Polish emigre writer, Gustaw Herling-Grudziński, was launched on Thursday in Naples, Italy, and features a series of meetings devoted to the publication of a new volume of his collected works.
Teatr Lalka, Warsaw's oldest puppet theatre, claimed four awards during autumn theatre festivals in Serbia, announced Dominika Druch, a theatre representative, on Tuesday.
A contract for the building and joint-running of the European Camerimage Film Centre in Toruń, north-central Poland, has been signed by Culture Minister Piotr Gliński, Toruń Mayor Michał Zaleski and Camerimage Festival Director Marek Żydowicz.
The Light. Move. Festival casts light on the city’s lesser known areas as well as emblazing some cultural highlights.
Organisers Tessa Moult-Milewska and Ewelina Leszczyńska want to show that animation films aren’t only for children and prove that they can often address the most difficult social topics.