Wednesday, 20th September. The third day of the 42nd PFF
On the third day of the 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, screenings in the Short Film Competition start. The viewers will see 26 films, ordered in six screening blocks. All the Wednesday screenings in this Competition are held on the New Stage of the Musical Theatre.
Who is who in the Polish film industry? The most important institutions and key contacts – we gathered all this in one item, that is, the Market Guide of the 42nd Polish Film Festival. Market Guide includes information about institutions and companies from the world of film, contacts to their representatives as well as a description of their actions. We hope that this publication will facilitate establishing cooperation and meeting inspiring people who are the Guests of the Festival. Market Guide i...
Official Awards Ceremony in the Competition for the Best Book of 2016 by the Polish Society of Research on Film and Media
We invite you to the Official Awards Ceremony in the Competition for the Best Book of 2016 related to research on film or media, announced by the Polish Society of Research on Film and Media, which will be held on Wednesday 20th September 2017 at 2.30 pm in the Gdynia Film Centre – the Gallery.
Tuesday, 19th September. The second day of the 42nd PFF
Another day of the 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia begins with a press screening of the film „Panick Attack” directed by Paweł Maślona. As part of the Tuesday programme, the following films will also be presented: “Man with a Magic Box” directed by Bodo Kox, from the Main Competition, or “Theatrum magicum” directed by Marcin Giżycki, from the Visions Apart Competition.
Monday, 18th September. The first day of the 42nd PFF
It was with a press screening of „The Damned One” directed by Konrad Łęcki that the first day of the 42nd Polish Film Festival began. During the official Opening Gala in the Musical Theatre at 7.00 pm, we will present “Loving Vincent” directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman.
Bookcrossing at the Festival
In between film screenings, on the way to a meeting, an exhibition and a debate… Have a sit, have a rest, take a book. In every place where the festival life in Gdynia is on – in the Musical Theatre, in the Gdynia Film Centre and in Multikino – look for interesting titles available as part of Bookcrossing at the Festival. Read, take the book with you, and when you are done –put it away in another place at the Festival – perhaps the same title will attract someone else too.
42nd PFF: Important information for drivers
We kindly inform that on account of preparations for the 42nd Polish Film Festival and during the event, temporary traffic organisation changes will be introduced in direct vicinity of the Festival locations.
Debate, exhibition and the ELLE Crystal Star
For a 17th time already, the ELLE magazine supports the Polish Film Festival. What will happen in Gdynia this year?