City of the Polish Historical Film
During the 42nd Polish Film Festival, from 18th to 23rd September 2017, the FILM&TV KAMERA magazine and Grupa Filmowa Walkiria invite to the City of the Polish Historical Film in the European Council Park in Gdynia.
A recollection of Wojciech Młynarski at 42nd PFF
The 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and BEST FILM – the distributor – invite to a screening of a documentary film directed by Alicja Albrecht, entitled "Młynarski. The finale song”.
Exhibitions and books at 42nd PFF
This year’s edition of the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia will be accompanied by numerous exhibitions, both outdoor and indoor. Also, meeting with authors have been planned, devoted to a few new books about the filmmakers, works and phenomena related to the Polish and world cinema.
Looking to the future. The premiere of “Andrzej Wajda. The last romantic of Polish cinema”
The album “Andrzej Wajda. The last romantic of Polish cinema” published by Polish Filmmakers Association not only summarises heritage of one of the greatest Polish directors but also celebrates his passion for life and cinema. We invite to a meeting presenting the book during the 42nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia – on Thursday, 21st September, at 2.00 pm, in the Gallery/Bookshop of the Gdynia Film Centre.
Andrzej Wajda Path
The President of the City of Gdynia and the Organizers of the 42nd Polish Film Festival invite guests and participants of the Festival as well as inhabitants of Gdynia and Tri-City to the Andrzej Wajda Path Naming Ceremony in Grunwaldzki Square in Gdynia, at the heart of the Festival Gdynia, between the Gdynia Film Centre and the Musical Theatre. Monday, 18th September 2017, 6.30 pm.
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.