A little bit of a folk twist coming up in this episode of The Debrief as we’re at the Mazurkas of The World Festival in Warsaw.
In this edition of The Debrief, we’re in the central city of Bydgoszcz for the annual vintage photo festival.
A Polish cinematographer has won an award in the Best Long Documentary or Animated Film category of the International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, while another Polish filmmaker won a prize in the Best Documentary Short Film category.
The display, which includes a 75-metre-long tunnel of light, is designed to emphasise the history and beauty of the royal palace and gardens.
The sponsor of the event Porsche have covered one of their Mission E concept cars in an intriguing green and black display. The first fully electric Porsche, the Mission E, is seen as the future of the iconic motoring brand.
Following a two-year absence, Warsaw’s Beer Festival has returned and, in the process, underscored the resilience of the country’s burgeoning craft sector.
The festival was first held in 2009 as part of the city’s campaign to become Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2016. A firm hit with the public, it’s been continued ever since breaking only last year due to the pandemic.
Nine choirs from Asia, Europe and North America will participate in the Mundus Cantat 16th International Choir Festival starting in Poland's northern city of Sopot on Monday. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's edition is being held in a hybrid format.
A dozen Polish documentaries will be shown at this year's IDFA documentary film festival in Amsterdam, the Polish Film Institute announced on Thursday.
VIDEO: The film by Eliza Kubarska and Monika Braid tells the story of Sherpa family which breaks a sacred taboo by agreeing to lead a group of westerners up the Kumbhakarna Mountain so that they can earn money for their son's school.