The Kraków Film Festival is considered one of the largest and oldest film festivals in Europe. Founded in 1961, under the title of the "Polish Short Film Festival", the aim was to show new films by Polish filmmakers with an emphasis on documentaries, short films and animation. Three years later the festival became international and in 2001 it changed its name to the "Kraków Film Festival".
The 14th edition of the “Jewish Motifs International Film Festival” begins tomorrow (Wednesday) in Warsaw.
Palme d”Or for best director in Cannes. British-Polish film director Paweł Pawlikowski returns to the big screen with his new film ‘Cold War’ and wins!
There was a time when the mere mention of Polish films screening in the UK immediately raised the excitement levels of highbrow cineastes and outpourings of love and deep analysis from many of the country’s most influential film critics.
"Loving Vincent", a Polish-British production directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, is among the nominees for best animated feature film announced by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday
The 'First Look' international festival of new, innovative cinema begins on Friday in New York.