Open’er is going online! For the first time since 2002, the legendary Open’er Festival won’t take place at the Gdynia Kossakowo Airport.
A-list artists said they will organize a free music festival in the city with the highest percentage of voters, while the Ministry of Interior and Administration promised to donate 16 fire trucks to municipalities with the best results.
An international music festival devoted to the works of Chopin and other composers such as Ignacy Feliks Dobrzyński, Józef Nowakowski, Franciszek Lessel will run from August 15 to September 1.
This year's Four Cultures festival in the central Polish city of Lodz will be shortened from 10 days to four due to the coronavirus epidemic and will run under the slogan 'Future with no return.'
‘Sweat’ examines the life of a social media fitness coach and the difference between her public and private persona.
Due to the prevailing epidemiological situation in Poland and government recommendations regarding the organisation of mass events, the 45th Polish Film Festival (FPFF) in Gdynia, a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland, has been postponed until 2021.
The full film programme, KFF Industry events and a lot of special offers will be available online for the audiences all over Poland!
The 22nd edition of the Polish Oscars known as the Eagles, was a triumph for Jan Komasa as his film scooped 11 Eagle statues including best film, best leading actor and actress, and best director.
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.