With Legal Culture in Gdynia
There would be no 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia without the Legal Culture Foundation, which leads a positive social campaign dealing in education on copyright, intellectual property and dangers related to piracy. The Foundation has also made the www.legalnakultura.pl portal, including the Legal Culture Sources Database, the only in Poland.
Filmobil Mobile City Game
Imagine a situation where characters from well-known Polish films decide to leave film tape and move into virtual reality – what would such a place look like? Would it be as magical as Popielawy? Or maybe as varied as Łódź in The Promised Land? Would Filip Mosz from Amateur, the lover of the film art, capture you in his camera? Who knows… If you think moving to virtual film world is impossible, we convince you, it is – thanks to our game!
Gdynia 2017. Promotional spot of the 42nd Polish Film Festival
A film tape winding a woman’s head – this intriguing motive taken from the poster of the 42nd Polish Film Festival, by Mariusz Filipowicz, inspired the makers of the film spot promoting this year’s Festival. “What we were endeared with was the subtly hidden sign of the festival: expressive, shaky as on water waves,” Robert Turło says, the artistic supervisor and co-maker of the concept for the spot.
The Newsreel of the 42nd Polish Film Festival
Three short documentary films will be made during the Festival by students of film schools: Stanisław Horodecki from Gdynia Film School, Karol Pałka from Wajda School and Piotr Bieliński from the Krzysztof Kieślowski Radio and Television Faculty at the Silesian University.
Festival replicas: Elbląg, Wejherowo, Lębork, Cieplewo
It is the tradition of the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia to have replicas, that is screenings of competition films in Pomeranian cinemas. Selected films from the Main Competition, Visions Apart Competition and the Short Film Competition will be screened in Elbląg, Wejherowo, Lębork and – for the first time – in Cieplewo.
The Festival Academy of the School Film Archive, that is – the FINA programme
During the 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, for a fifth time, classes of School Film Archive will be held view teenagers in mind. The National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute (FINA) has planned a cycle of debates, lectures and workshops based on the repertoire of the Festival and popularising the history of cinema.
Industry events at the 42nd PFF
Presentations of new film technologies, workshops, meetings and discussions on the future of Polish film – besides screenings, the programme of the 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia is rich with events tailor-made for the industry.
Jurors of the 42nd Polish Film Festival
We already know the jurors 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.