From Lord of the Ring-esque forests and a cider-making farmhouse to a Bond-like super hotel and the splendour of the Bieszczady Mountains, Poland has them all.
VIDEO: Entitled ‘EXIT’, the film which has eight possible endings allows viewers to interact with the narrative, influence the events that unfold as well as the fate of the main character played by Herbert Młynarczyk who is being pursued by an ominous skulled creature with antlers.
VIDEO: ‘Operation Hyacinth’ is named after the police operation of the same name which was conducted by the Communist Citizen’s Militia (MO) between 1985-87 and led to information being collected on around 11,000 gay men and a record of their sexuality being kept on police record.
The addition of original games based on popular content will offer Netflix subscribers something that they aren’t receiving elsewhere and could be the key to continued growth of the service.
As filming commences on Wielka Woda, a six-part miniseries based around the floods that rocked the city in 1997, join us for a look back at the catastrophe that acted as the city’s modern ‘coming of age’.
The lead roles have all been taken by actresses who are relative newcomers, and while Polish fans may recognize a few of the recurring characters, the show has become a hit for the quality of performances and content, rather than star power.
When it comes to historical tents, Michał Siedlecki is the man the film industry turns to first. And now, with a string of blockbuster productions including upcoming viking movie ‘The Northman’, starring Nicole Kidman, William Defoe and Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy behind him, the 37-year-old is already starting work on four other major movies.
VIDEO: Made in collaboration with Netflix to help celebrate the release of George Clooney’s latest movie ‘The Midnight Sky’, the concert which will reach planets circling the Tau Ceti star in 12 light years has now attracted over half a million earthly views.
This year’s $44 million continues a five year run of Polish-made movies generating over $1 million, despite pandemic lockdown and cinema closures.
Available on the platform from 2021, the comics follow the adventures of two Slavic warriors, who loosely resemble Asterix and Obelix.