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Warsaw 2016

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Mother: A darkly comic chill

Mother: A darkly comic chill

Kadri Kõusaar’s third feature film, a claustrophobic film dealing with one woman’s solitude, was screened as part of the Discoveries line-up of the Warsaw Film Festival  

18/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Discoveries

Poland is on the lookout for international co-productions

Poland is on the lookout for international co-productions

At the 32nd Warsaw Film Festival, the CentEast Market presented a panel on the advantages of co-production with the Warsaw Meetings’ host country  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Industry

Picture Tree International picks up the rights to Zaza Urushadze’s The Confession

Picture Tree International picks up the rights to Zaza Urushadze’s The Confession

The Berlin-based international sales and production company is adding the Georgian director’s new film, that is set to be launched in early 2017, to its catalogue  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Industry

The Sun, The Sun Blinded Me: A modern spin on Camus

The Sun, The Sun Blinded Me: A modern spin on Camus

Polish filmmakers Wilhelm and Anka Sasnal's third feature film moves The Stranger to the Baltic Sea but retains its essence  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Competition

The Saint: An examination of the pressures of masculinity in a crisis-torn country

The Saint: An examination of the pressures of masculinity in a crisis-torn country

Lithuania’s Andrius Blazevicius' social-realist drama about the everyday life of an unemployed man had its world premiere in the 1-2 Competition of the Warsaw Film Festival  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | 1-2 Competition

Night of a 1000 Hours: A fantastical take on the dark secrets of a family and a country

Night of a 1000 Hours: A fantastical take on the dark secrets of a family and a country

The supernatural whodunit by Austrian director Virgil Widrich has no patience for the conventions of realism  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Competition

Malaria, Heartstone, Toril and others recognised at 32nd Warsaw Film Festival

Malaria, Heartstone, Toril and others recognised at 32nd Warsaw Film Festival

The Polish film festival came to a close this weekend, with the juries paying special attention to Polish and other European films  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Awards

Clair Obscur: Women trapped in loveless relationships

Clair Obscur: Women trapped in loveless relationships

Turkish director Yesim Ustaoglu is back with another relatable representation of contemporary women's inner conflict  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Competition

A Kid: What forms our identity and where do we find it?

A Kid: What forms our identity and where do we find it?

French director Philippe Lioret's eighth feature film is a touching exploration of personal identity and the search for love  

17/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Competition

Moon Dogs: On the road to adulthood

Moon Dogs: On the road to adulthood

Philip John's first feature film is an audience-friendly road movie about disposing of teenage illusions  

14/10/2016 | Warsaw 2016 | Special Screenings

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