Wednesday, 19th September, the 43rd PFF
The premiere screenings of three films from the Main Competition open the program on the third day of the Festival. On Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 the audience will see: “Krew Boga" (The Mute) directed by Bartosz Konopka, "Wilkołak" (Werewolf) by Adrian Panek and "7 uczuć" (7 emotions) by Marek Koterski. Press screenings of these pictures will be held at 9:00 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. respectively in the Warsaw screening room of the Gdynia Film Centre. After each screening there will be a live...
“Kobiety filmu 50:50 w 2020” (Women of the film 50:50 in 2020) Conference - invitation
Polish cinema is a woman, have been saying repeatedly critics and jury for several years now and it is hard to disagree, looking at the achievements of the women of the Polish film
The Official Awards Ceremony in the Competition for the Best Book of 2017 by the Polish Society for Film and Media Studies
We invite you to the Official Awards Ceremony in the competition for the Best Book of 2017, announced by the Polish Society for Film and Media Studies, on Wednesday September 19th, 2018 at 5:30 p.m., which will be held in the Musical Theatre - the Chamber Stage (entrance from Baduszkowa Street).
Tuesday, 18th September 2018, 43rd PFF
The premiere screenings of films from the Main Competition – „Clergy” directed by Wojciech Smarzowski and „Pardon” by Jan Jakub Krolski – belong to the expected events of the second day of the 43rd Polish Film Festival. Press screenings in Warszawa screening room of the Gdynia Film Centre begin again at 9.00 AM. On Tuesday, they begin with “Cold War” by Paweł Pawlikowski.
The 11th Gala of the Polish Film Institute Awards
During the 43rd Polish Film Festival – on Tuesday, 18th September 2018, at 9.00 PM – the Gala of the Polish Film Institute Awards will be held.
Monday, 17th September 2018, the 43rd PFF
Camera, action! Six days completely filled with film screenings and meetings with the Polish filmmakers are ahead of us. We will present 50 films in three competitions. In total, during the 43rd Polish Film Festival, over 130 titles will be shown during over 350 screenings in several screening rooms.
A new Market Guide. The Festival guide through the film industry
Who is who in the Polish film industry? What do the most important institutions do and where to look for key contacts? Answers to these questions are gathered in one place, that is, the Market Guide of the 43rd Polish Film Festival.
Update. Industry events at the 43rd PFF
Meets-ups and presentations addressed at creators, producers, professionals from the film industry and students of film schools have been included in the rich programme of the industry events of the 43rd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.