Sneak-peek images of the design show a large golden frog in front of one of the glass buildings, a symbol of the Energa Camerimage Festival and the name of its top award. It will also feature a festival centre, a market hall (a trade fair space for film products and technologies), a museum and an art gallery, cinemas, an education centre and a film studio.
The festival was first held in 2009 as part of the city’s campaign to become Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2016. A firm hit with the public, it’s been continued ever since breaking only last year due to the pandemic.
VIDEO: Hosting the event previously in 1934, 1935 and 1936, Poland had been slated to hold the competition in 1939. Cancelled due to the outbreak of war, they were next handed the honour of hosting in 1983 but again had to cancel, this time due to Martial Law.
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