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Krakow 2020


8 articles available in total starting from 31/05/2020. Last article published on 01/07/2020.

The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

The coronavirus crisis threatens European film

We present an overview of the cancelled and postponed film events, the measures announced by the countries' institutions and the new VOD initiatives launched during the COVID-19 pandemic  

01/07 | Europe

Radu Ciorniciuc  • Director of Acasă – My Home

Interview: Radu Ciorniciuc • Director of Acasă – My Home

"Art is one of the ways we can humanise the true savages of our time: ourselves"

We caught up with Romanian filmmaker Radu Ciorniciuc to discuss Acasă – My Home, his documentary focusing on a family forced out of the wilderness of the Bucharest urban delta  

24/06 | Krakow 2020

Aleksandra Potoczek  • Director of xABo: Father Boniecki

Interview: Aleksandra Potoczek • Director of xABo: Father Boniecki

“I wanted to make a movie about a human being”

We talked to Aleksandra Potoczek, the director of xABo: Father Boniecki, about a certain man on the road, and of the cloth  

10/06 | Krakow 2020

Krakow Film Festival gives out its industry awards

Krakow Film Festival gives out its industry awards

The prizes for Krakow’s three pitching events were announced during an online gala this past Friday  

08/06 | Krakow 2020 | Krakow Industry

Acasă - My Home triumphs at Krakow

Acasă - My Home triumphs at Krakow

Other winners of the 60th edition of the Polish festival include Sunless Shadows, The Whale from Lorino and Self Portrait  

08/06 | Krakow 2020 | Awards

Anna Koch, Julia Lemke  • Directors of Glitter & Dust

Interview: Anna Koch, Julia Lemke • Directors of Glitter & Dust

“It’s en vogue to be a cowgirl right now”

We talked to Anna Koch and Julia Lemke, the directors of the Krakow title Glitter & Dust, only to find out it’s not their first rodeo  

05/06 | Krakow 2020

Review: Fortunata

Review: Fortunata

Telling the story of a former model who kept Berlusconi entertained and who now promotes pre-marital chastity, Paweł Banasiak’s film is an endearingly cringeworthy premiere at the Krakow Film Festival  

05/06 | Krakow 2020

Review: The Happiest Man on Earth

Review: The Happiest Man on Earth

Just like Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker before him, in his new documentary Joonas Berghäll starts to wonder what it takes to be a man  

31/05 | Krakow 2020

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