Called Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, the series will be based on Projekt Red’s hotly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 game.
Based on a novel by Harlan Coben, ‘The Woods’ explores the mystery of a missing woman and how it still haunts a man 25 years later.
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.
TFN explores the legend of a vampire that terrorised a village in the shadow of Castle Książ over 300 years ago.
The Edinburgh bar released a teaser video on social media featuring symbols from the video game with the caption “Toss a coin for another sneak peek! Blood, Wine & Monsters” and hashtags including #comingsoon and #witcher, prompting a wave of excitement among fans.
The Warsaw writer behind the sensational HBO series The Pack is now back with gripping crime thriller The Thaw, described as being “a deeply human and painfully relevant story.”
Directed by Leszek Dawid and Bartosz Konopka with a screenplay by Agata Malesińska and author Wojtek Miłoszewski, the dual timeline mystery tells the story of a Warsaw prosecutor who for 25 years has not been able to come to terms with the mysterious disappearance of his sister, who vanished from a summer camp after going for a walk in the woods.
The new series based on the 2015 book The Old Axolotl by Jacek Dukaj was written and created by Jason George, who is known for “Narcos” and “Scandal”, with Tomasz Baginski from The Witcher as executive producer.
Titled “The Calendar of Unusual Holidays”, the stamps aim to both present commemorative designs for quirky holidays while at the same time, paying tribute to Poland’s graphic design heyday.
Shot in Warsaw, Wrocław, Lublin and Silesia, the story focuses on the harrowing question of what Poland would be like if it hadn’t broken free of its communist oppressors in 1983. The result is a dark, dystopian depiction of Poland in 2003.