A retrospective of the films of Paweł Pawlikowski, with the participation of the director, is being held in the New York Museum of the Moving Image. His film "Cold War" is listed among the favourites for the Oscar in the non-English language films category.
By the time the then relatively unknown Clarke Gable had made his second film, Pola Negri was already a global star.
Joanna Kulig has starred in some of Poland’s most controversial films including Clergy, Sponsoring and Pawlikowski’s Ida.
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’.
For Dawid Majgat, Warsaw was just the first step in a journey that has since taken his Republic ¥ across the planet. TFN’s Alex Webber caught up with the Renegade Street Art Ambassador for the country.
Collaborating with some of the world’s greatest directors, the famed cinematographer raked up an impressive catalogue of awards and recognition over his life.
Witold Sobociński, a cinematographer who worked with the renowned Polish film directors Roman Polański, Andrzej Wajda and Wojciech Jerzy Has, has died at the age of 89, the Łódź Film School announced on Monday.
As talented as he was eccentric Stanisław Szukalski comes under the spotlight of a searching new documentary exploring his colourful life.
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.
Living in India for five years, Stefan Norblin earned his way drawing portraits of local personalities. He was later taken on to paint the interiors of mansions and palaces before his talents were recognized by the Maharaja and he was commissioned to decorate the ruler’s palace with enormous murals.