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NEW HORIZONS 2019 Polish Days

Polish Days di New Horizons prepara la sua nona edizione

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- Con in programma 23 progetti cinematografici in varie fasi di produzione, il più grande evento industry in Polonia presenterà ancora una volta i titoli nazionali più attesi a Breslavia

Polish Days di New Horizons prepara la sua nona edizione
Bird Talk di Xawery Żuławski

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For the ninth year running, Polish Days, the New Horizons International Film Festival’s leading industry event, will present the majority of the most highly anticipated forthcoming titles from the national film industry. Over 200 professional guests hailing from Poland and abroad will have a chance to be brought up to speed on the latest developments from 30 July-1 August, during the 19th New Horizons International Film Festival (25 July-3 August) in Wrocław. The selection of 23 film projects spans every stage of production, as five completed films, ten works in progress and eight projects in development will be showcased.

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Jan Komasa’s eagerly awaited third feature-length drama, Corpus Christi [+leggi anche:
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(see the news), will be one of the five completed films that will be having closed screenings at Polish Days, ahead of its world premiere at the 16th edition of Venice’s Giornate degli Autori (see the news). Xawery Żuławski (Snow White and Russian Red [+leggi anche:
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) will also be in attendance with his third feature, Bird Talk [+leggi anche:
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, which is based on his late father Andrzej Żuławski’s script and is a condensation of his cinematic worlds. Eight years after his debut feature, Erratum, and a subsequent career in TV series, Marek Lechki returns with his sophomore drama, Interior [+leggi anche:
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. The two remaining titles are by debutants Daria Woszek, with her dramedy Marygoround [+leggi anche:
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(see the news), and Warsaw-based Japanese filmmaker Mariko Bobrik, with The Taste of Pho [+leggi anche:
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.

Among the works in progress, Jagoda Szelc continues her hot streak by presenting her third feature in three years, the “ecological thriller” The Delicate Balance of Terror, which remains faithful to genre cinema after her previous effort, Monument [+leggi anche:
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; Łukasz Grzegorzek returns to Polish Days after last year’s A Coach’s Daughter with his third feature-length family drama, Let It Be; and after her New Horizons-premiered Wild Roses [+leggi anche:
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, Anna Jadowska is coming along with her dark comedy Mira. The rest of the selection is dominated by debutants, including Les Arcs WIP-awarded (see the news) Aleksandra Terpińska with her rap musical Other People, Bartłomiej Żmuda with his drama More, Justyna Mytnik’s fantasy dramedy Wet Monday, Sylwester Jakimow’s comedy We Will Be Fine, Joanna Satanowska’s mockumentary God of Internet, Filip Syczyński’s autobiographical dramedy The Great Match, and award-winning documentarian Piotr Stasik’s (21 x New York [+leggi anche:
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) first fictional drama-musical, A Time of Gods.

Finally, four of the eight projects at different stages of development or production which will be pitched at Polish Days are by filmmakers who are working on their sophomore movies: Cranley Gardens by Rafael Kapelinski (Butterfly Kisses [+leggi anche:
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), Naymro by Mateusz Rakowicz (Warsaw Stories [+leggi anche:
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), Tonia by Marcin Bortkiewicz (Walpurgis Night [+leggi anche:
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) and Kuba Mikurda, who, after Walerian Borowczyk, is dealing with Andrzej Żuławski in his new documentary, Escape to the Silver Globe. Maciej Pieprzyca (I’m A Killer [+leggi anche:
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) will showcase Icarus. The Legend of Mietek Kosz [+leggi anche:
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, a biopic of the titular troubled jazz musician, and Leszek Dawid (You Are God [+leggi anche:
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) is returning to Polish Days with Broad Peak, after also attending last year. Last but not least, two Polish minority projects, Carolina Hellsgård’s (Ever After [+leggi anche:
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, Wanja [+leggi anche:
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) third feature, Sunburned, and Christos Nikou’s debut, Apples [+leggi anche:
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, top off the selection.

Polish Days is co-organised with the Ministry of Culture and the Polish Film Institute, while one of the partners is EAVE, which will offer a scholarship for the EAVE 2020 Producers Workshop. Also, connecting cottbus and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg are organising an event focused on Polish-German co-productions. Other Polish Days partners include Coloroffon, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the British Council, the Lower Silesian Film Centre, the Wrocław Film Commission, the Krakow Film Commission, the Łódź Film Commission, the Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission, the Podkarpackie Film Commission, the Warmia-Masuria Film Fund, the Silesia Film Commission and DI Factory.

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