Photo of Dominika Gnatek, by Agnieszka Kokowska

During the Young Gala on the New Stage of Musical Theatre on Friday 21. September 2018, Jury oft he Short Film Competition composed of:

  • Maria Sadowska
  • Norah McGettigan
  • Leszek Starzyński

choose the winners oft he Competition.

Lucjan Bokiniec Award For The Best Film in The Short Film Competition was awarded tot he director Dominika Gnatek for her film „Sophie’s Ordinary Life“ (DoP. Mariusz Rychłowski, prod. Anna Oryl). Jury motivated its choice: „for the topic, great acting and expertise as well as tackling difficult matters in a warm and unpretentious way“.

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The SOLANIN FILM FESTIVAL has just started and our productions can be seen in the Off Film Competition:

SOLANIN FILM FESTIVAL is an off-film festival. Solanin presents primarily independent productions as well as films from Poland, Europe and whole word. The 10th jubilee Solanin Film Festival will take place on August 22-26, 2018 in Nowa Sól.

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Beata Dzianowicz's new film "On The Run" is among 19 films in the debut competition at the Montreal World Film Festival.

The Festival is one of the oldest international film festivals in Canada and the only film festival in North America accredited by the FIAPF.

The goal of the Festival is to promote cultural diversity and understanding between nations, supporting cinema on all continents.

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During the SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL its world premiere had a film "Love 1: Dogs" directed by Florian Serban and with cinematography by Marcin Koszałka. The premiere was very successful, as the film won two awards - CINEUROPA NAGRADA and CICAE NAGRADA.

At the Festival also Dust by Jakub Radej, DoP Józefina Gocman, prod. Krystyna Dobrzańska took part in the competition.

The festival took place for the 24th time on August 10-17, 2018.

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We already know the results of the selection for the Short Film Competition of the 43rd Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia. 26 films among them 7 of our productions, have been admitted:

My pleasure - a short film dir. Tadeusz Kabicz
Dziku - short film dir. Kamila Chojnacka
WONDER GIRLS - a short film dir. Anastazja Wiktoria Dąbrowska
Sophie’s Ordinary Life dir. Dominika Gnatek
I’ve Got Something For You Too, dir. Iwo Kondefer
The Last Client dir. Anna Urbańczyk
Elizabeth dir. Wojciech Klimala

The Polish Feature Film Festival is one of the oldest film events in Europe promoting national cinematography on such a large scale. The Gdynia Film Festival is the most important Polish film event, having the status of a national film festival, which clearly contributes to the spread of film culture, promotion of Polish film heritage and consolidation of the position and reception of Polish cinematography.

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