Monica Zielinski moved from America to Poland a few years ago to rediscover her roots and has since embarked on a whirlwind ride from online YouTube star to TV personality, featuring in the primetime show 'Ameryka Da Się Lubić' on TVP.
The ghoulish discovery was made at an old German cemetery in the village of Modliszów, in Lower Silesia, which was part of Germany before WWII.
The 25 enormous circles were discovered in the village of Nadarzyce in west central Poland on July 19th leading some to believe they may have been created by a UFO.
Russian hoaxers Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov published the 11-minute recording of the call onto YouTube on Tuesday. The President, whose office has confirmed the recording is genuine, is the latest in a long list targeted by the duo including Boris Johnson, Elton John, Prince Harry and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.
Fed up with their corporate lifestyles and looking for more of a life balance, Zosia and Kuba spent 50k on renovating an old van before hitting the road, covering six countries and building an army of online fans.
Dave z Ameryki - David Kalvinsky - has been capturing Polish hearts since posting his first YouTube videos a couple of years back.
The 10-minute short film ‘Fire (Pożar)’ is a black and white animation drawn and directed by the Twin Peaks creator with Żebrowski’s hauntingly jagged score performed by the Penderecki String Quartet providing the soundtrack.
Karol Paciorek dropped his studies to start Youtubing back in the wild days of 2010 and has gone on to dominate the Polish Youtube having produced over 2000 videos in the past 10 years. His 90 interviews with famous artists and people also include interviews with potential candidates for Polish presidents.
Kasia Gandor's films about Coronavirus have reached hundreds of thousands of viewers. As biotechnologist science enthusiast and well-known YouTuber, she had to cut short her trip around South-East Asia to return to Poland.
With his unconventional, intelligent command and axiom "A Polish soldier fights for the freedom of all nations, but dies only for Poland" General Stanisław Maczek’s soldiers spearheaded the Allied drive through Western Europe, playing a key role in the liberation of France, Belgium and Holland. Using dramatized scenes, the new documentary follows his path through Ukraine, Poland, France, the Netherlands and finally Scotland, where after the war he ended up working as a hotel barman.