The 43rd Polish Film Festival is about to begin!
The 43rd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia will start on 17th and end on 22nd September 2018. The Musical Theatre in Gdynia, Gdynia Film Centre, Multikino, Helios, Municipal Theatre, Mercure Gdynia Centrum and the newly opened Consulate of Culture are the main venues for all competition, out-of-competition and special screenings as well as debates and meetings. The full screening schedule is available on the Festival website.
The Jury of the 43rd Polish Film Festival
We already know the names of the jury members who will decide on awards in three film competitions during this year’s Polish Film Festival in Gdynia: the Main Competition, the Visions Apart Competition and the Short Film Competition.
Invitation to a press conference in Warsaw
We invite everyone to a press conference of the 43rd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia on Monday, 10th September 2018 at 12:00 in Warsaw, Kino Kultura, Krakowskie Przedmieście 21/23.
Invitation to a press conference in Gdynia
We invite everyone to a press conference of the 43rd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia on Wednesday, 12th September 2018 at 10:00 in Goplana screening room of the Gdynia Film Centre, Gdynia, Plac Grunwaldzki 2.
School Film Archive at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia
National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute (FINA) has prepared a number of educational attractions accompanying the 43rd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. The abounding programme, prepared with teenagers in mind, includes debates about films, lectures held by appreciated film specialists, as well as workshops preparing for School Contest on Knowledge of Film and Mass Communication!
Outdoor Screenings at the 43rd Polish Film Festival
Full length films awarded in Gdynia as well as the best Polish short films of the last few years will be presented at the Outdoor Screenings at Grunwaldzki Square between the Musical Theatre in Gdynia and the Gdynia Film Centre from 17th to 22nd September 2018. The Polish Film Festival and Telewizja Kino Polska invite to the screenings. Entrance is free of charge.
Pure Classics. In Memoriam. Further details of the 43rd PFF programme
An important part of the programme of the 43rd Polish Film Festival is the Pure Classics section showing digitally reconstructed outstanding Polish films, as well as In Memoriam screenings, commemorating the works of late cinema artists.
Gdynia for Children
Gdynia for Children is one of the most popular and the oldest sections of the Polish Film Festival. During the jubilee, 15th edition of the programme, the viewers will see the most recent Polish films for children and the youth as well as the classics of the Polish family cinema and selected items of the world cinema.