70 years of WDFiF on 44th FPFF
The legendary Documentary and Feature Film Studio on Chełmska 21 in Warsaw has been producing Polish films for 70 years. The anniversary is an opportunity to present the most important achievements, rich film output and the history of the Studio during the 44th Polish Film Festival.
70 years of Educational Film Studio at the 44th FPFF
Since the end of the 1940s, Educational Film Studio has continued to fulfil its mission from its original seat on Kilinskiego 210 in Lodz, with 4500 films on various subjects produced by a few generations of filmmakers to its credit. To celebrate the jubilee, the audience of the 44th Polish Film Festival can see selected shorts released by the Studio.
Gdynia for Children at the 44th PFF
Organised by the Polish Filmmakers Association, in co-operation with the Pomeranian Film Foundation, Gdynia for Children is one of the oldest and most popular sections of the Polish Film Festival. This year’s 16th edition features the latest releases as well as all-time classics from – "Mami Fatale" and "The Day of Chocolate" to "Rex" and "Trip for one smile".
Pure Classics and In Memoriam at the 44th FPFF
The presentation of digitally reconstructed important titles from the history of Polish cinematography and shows devoted to deceased outstanding filmmakers have been important elements of the program of the Polish Film Festival for years. They will also be present during this year's 44th edition of the Festival.
Pre-War Cinema Treasures on 44th FPFF
The Polish Film Festival, as the largest event dedicated to native cinematography, cherishes the memory of its beginnings. During the 44th FPFF, as every year, we will invite viewers to the Old Cinema for Polish films from the 1920s and 1930s. The National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute is the partner of "Pre-War Cinema Treasures".
Films from Gdynia at the 44th Polish Film Festival
The program of the Polish Film Festival is traditionally enriched by films related to the city hosting the most important meeting of people of Polish cinema. Three works will be presented in the "Films from Gdynia" non-competition section – two documentaries and one short feature film.
Last festival passes for the 44th FPFF
On-line sale of festival passes for the 44th Polish Film Festival will end on Saturday, August 31, 2019, at 20.00. Limited pool of passes will go on sale again on September 14. However, from September 5, viewers will also be able to buy individual tickets for festival screenings.
Press conference of the 44th FPFF
We cordially invite all the interested parties to the press conference of the 44th Polish Film Festival, which will take place on Thursday, September 5, 2019, at 12.00 in the Kultura Cinema at 21/23 Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw.