In the weeks after the end of WWII a group of children struggle for survival in a dark forest in south-west Poland.
As well as the ‘dame’ of Polish cinema Krystyna Janda, the film stars award-winning Katarzyna Smutniak, known for her roles in ‘From Paris in Love’ and ‘Perfect Strangers’.
Ora was very interested in it but the song was waiting for the right artist, said producer Cutfather.
TFN went behind the scenes at the 26th edition of the International Chopin Festival at Masovia to capture the suspense, drama and passion of the young contenders.
German Ambassador Rolf Nikel decorated a renowned Polish contemporary composer, Krzysztof Penderecki, with the Great Cross of Merit with the Star of the Federal Republic of Germany on the occasion of the composer's 85th birthday on Friday.
A monodrama about a Polish WWII hero titled "The Auschwitz Volunteer: Captain Witold Pilecki" won the Best Documentary Show award at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City on Sunday.
Paweł Pawlikowski’s film "Cold War", Poland’s entry for the US Academy Awards in the foreign language film category, received the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) award at the 29th International Film Festival in Stockholm, on Friday.
The sixth edition of the Polish Culture Days festival began in Vilnius on Friday. The three-day event includes concerts, performances and presentations of old Polish traditional cuisine.
Described by the Guardian newspaper as Poland’s greatest living composer, Penderecki has attracted famous artists from across the globe to perform with Polish orchestras as part of the nine-concert celebration.
The 10th edition of the Polish Film Festival was inaugurated in Toronto on Monday with the screening of "Cold War" (Zimna wojna), a Paweł Pawlikowski production.