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8 articles available in total starting from 17/09/2021. Last article published on 21/10/2021.

Review: The Albanian Virgin

Review: The Albanian Virgin

Bujar Alimani’s new film is a tale of female revolution and a curious ethnographic study of Albanian customs  

21/10 | Warsaw 2021

Michał Krzywicki  • Director of The Day I Found a Girl in the Trash

Interview: Michał Krzywicki • Director of The Day I Found a Girl in the Trash

“Once you decide to make a futuristic film, some familiar elements find their way in without you trying”

We talked to the director of the rather ingeniously titled film originally pitched at Vilnius’ Meeting Point and freshly world-premiered at Warsaw  

19/10 | Warsaw 2021

Miracle wins the Warsaw Film Festival’s Grand Prix

Miracle wins the Warsaw Film Festival’s Grand Prix

“For me, it's been a dream-come-true edition,” said Stefan Laudyn, the director of the Polish gathering  

18/10 | Warsaw 2021 | Awards

Review: Miss Osaka

Review: Miss Osaka

Victoria Carmen Sonne dazzles as a woman who totally reinvents herself in a new life on another continent in a peculiar film by Danish director Daniel Dencik  

11/10 | Warsaw 2021 | Competition

Ernestas Jankauskas, Gabija Siurbytė  • Director of and actress in I Am Fine, Thanks

Interview: Ernestas Jankauskas, Gabija Siurbytė • Director of and actress in I Am Fine, Thanks

“Perfectionism is today’s religion”

We talked to some of the team behind the Lithuanian film, which is based on something that the lead actress has experienced herself  

11/10 | Warsaw 2021

The 37th Warsaw Film Festival is all set to kick off

The 37th Warsaw Film Festival is all set to kick off

The Polish-based film gathering, which unspools from 8-17 October, will showcase 168 films from 50 countries, with Captain Volkonogov Escaped and Women Do Cry bookending it  

07/10 | Warsaw 2021

EXCLUSIVE: The trailer for Time of Impatience, selected at the Warsaw Film Festival

EXCLUSIVE: The trailer for Time of Impatience, selected at the Warsaw Film Festival

Aydin Orak’s first work sees a pair of rebellious twins fighting a class war to break down the walls built up by the older generation in Turkey  

01/10 | Warsaw 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title I Am Fine, Thanks

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Warsaw title I Am Fine, Thanks

Ernestas Jankauskas’ second feature, sold worldwide by Italy’s TVCO, centres on a neuroscientist who checks herself out of an anxiety clinic and tries to get back her position as a lead researcher  

17/09 | Warsaw 2021

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