Poland's Ministry of Culture and National Heritage is scratching its head over the fate of an old bridge film-makers want to blow up during filming for the seventh 'Mission Impossible' movie.
Producers of the new Tom Cruise film may have gone a Bridge too Far with the planned stunt which will see the historic 1909 suspension bridge near Jelenia Góra blown to smithereens.
The film 365 Days, directed by Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandles and based on the first novel of a trilogy written by Blanka Lipińska, is currently the most popular feature film in the British and US edition of Netflix and in second place worldwide.
The unique footage from 1927 showing builders at work and nobles being shown around was discovered by the Polish Army Veterans Association which took it during a pre-war tour they made of the city.
The anthology from some of Poland’s best directors promises to be ‘a stimulating and moving story about human struggle in a state of transition — the shift from a world which had a structure we were familiar with, to the need to redefine it anew.
Depicting the absurdity of life under communism, the film by director Stansiław Bareja premiered on 4th May 1981 and remains a part of popular culture up to today.
The Oscar-nominated director’s latest film is a dark cyber thriller telling a story of obsession and acceptance in a world of social media and fake news where the online paid hate industry can lead to revenge and individual downfall.
A new documentary film reveals how Japanese students are embracing Polish studies.
The documentary explores the clash of dreams and reality as young Japanese people study the exotic country of Poland.
Model-turned-actress Kasia Smutniak was given the Eastern Star Award at the Trieste Film Festival in recognition of her help in building a bridge between western and Central Eastern Europe.