VIDEO: Following the success of Polish productions in previous years, Netflix presented the 2023 “Tylko na Netflix” which announced three series and nine movies for the coming year.
An image hanging on a door in a key scene in the seven-Oscar-winning film Everything Everywhere All at Once had Reddit users scratching their heads about what exactly it was.
VIDEO: With no professional distribution, at its premiere the feature-length film entitled ‘Liberated’ and starring 95 amateur actors and extras was attended by a staggering 2,000 people in a venue with a seating capacity of only 350.
With news that Kino Pionier in Szczecin, one of the world’s longest continuously-running cinemas, is in danger of shutting down, Webber’s World goes on a journey through time to uncover the gems of the Poland’s silver screen movie theatres.
Some 80 years after his death, Ciapek has found himself standing alongside Poland’s other hero animals after having his story immortalised courtesy of an animated film produced for the Institute of National Remembrance.
“Polish filmmakers have repeatedly set extraordinarily high standards in this branch of art. Today, the Polish film industry seems to be in full swing. Polish films are consistently screened at all major and prestige international film festivals,” says a new report by Dentons.
VIDEO: The film about a Jewish man from the Warsaw ghetto who finds himself working as a waiter in a luxury hotel in Hitler’s Third Reich by pretending to be French while sleeping with German women before brutally discarding them as revenge for the murder of his family has opened in cinemas.
VIDEO: Named The Rhapsody the documentary is billed as being is the astonishing story of composer Leo Spellman, a Polish Holocaust survivor who sets out on a riveting and emotional journey towards artistic liberation at the age of ninety-eight. The film features a musical masterpiece lost for more than fifty years; the revelation of a secret wartime diary; a harrowing tale of survival.’
In this episode of The Debrief, we hear about plans to make a film based on the life of the Midwife of Auschwitz, Stanisława Leszczyńska.
In anticipation of reaction to its modern-day take on the 1982 classic about an outstanding surgeon who loses his memory following an attack, Netflix posted on social media: "Ladies and gentlemen, Your Honour, this is Leszek Lichota as Rafal Wilczur. Znachor is coming to Netflix in the second half of the year."