A Heart of Love - Dir. Lukasz Ronduda (2017)
A fictionalised portrait of Polish artists Wojciech Bąkowski and Zuzanna Bartoszek. Their unconventional relationship is a basis for their works, and vice versa, but what's the price of this convergence? A stylish, visually clean-cut drama about real life as an artistic utopia – or rather, dystopia.
Listy do M. 3 - Dir. Tomasz Konecki (2017)
The characters of Poland’s most popular comedy of the last 25 years are back. "Letters to Santa 3" weaves together the stories of regular people and the little miracles that happen to them around that magical Christmas time. Little twists of fate force them to slow down their daily bustle for a moment to see if love might just be the best Christmas gift out there.
Double Trouble - Dir. Marta Karwowska (2017)
Friendship is no piece of cake, which Julka knows all too well. The twelve-year-old is in a boarding school and has never had a real friend. Summer comes, and with it begin problems. In- stead of joining her parents, who work in Canada, Julka ends up at her aunt’s in Warsaw. There she meets Olek, a boy who lives next door. Their adventure begins when a treasure map falls into their hands. In their way to solve the mystery stand a gang of thieves, a chain-smoking babysitter, and a mysterious candy-eater. They race against the clock, and the mystery becomes even more muddled when it turns out that nobody really is who they claim to be. If she wants this story to end well for her, Julka must overcome her distrust and nd the courage to make a friendship.
Last Family - Dir. Jan P. Matuszyński (2016)
The script written by Robert Bolesto will span 28 years of the live of Zdzisław Beksiński, considered to be one of the most prominent contemporary Polish artists, and his son Tomasz, a highly praised Polish music journalist and translator. Both have passed away. The film is a feature debut for Jan P. Matuszewski, most recognized for his documentary Deep Love.
All These Sleepless Nights - Dir. Michal Marczak (2016)
A new era is coming, and Warsaw stands uncomfortably at its edge. Art school classmates Christopher and Michal, on the precipice of their own coming of age, restlessly roam their city's streets in search of living forever inside the beautiful moment. Never content with answers, they push each experience to its breaking point, testing what it might mean to be truly awake in a world that seems satisfied to be asleep.
The Erlprince - Dir. Kuba Czekaj (2016)
The film will combine various cinema conventions and trends which are characteristic of thrillers, adventure films and science fiction movies. The story speaks of no specific place and time. It is a fictional tale suspended between reality and the imagination of the fourteen-year-old boy.
No Panic, With a Hint of Hysteria - Dir. Tomasz Szafrański (2016)
A timid accountant tries to earn his living as a rather unsuccessful hitman, until one stormy night he pulls a trigger for the first time and becomes a target for the vengeful mafia boss, murderous gangsters, trigger-happy cops and a gorgeous blonde from hell – and if he’s not careful his own wife might catch wind of his double life too.
Behind the blue door - Dir. Mariusz Palej (2016)
The amazing adventure of 11-year-old Łukasz begins when the boy and his mom go on a long-expected vWhen he recovers, he finds out that his mom is in a coma. At first, he is being taken care of by a neighbour and later by his previously unknown to him aunt who takes him to her guesthouse by the sea. acation. The journey is interrupted by a tragic accident that results in hospitalization of the boy.
Baby Bump - Dir. Kuba Czekaj (2015)
11-year-old Mickey House is no longer a child. But who is he? He doesn’t know. He’s friendless. He doesn’t understand his mother. He hates what’s happening to his body. Reality and imagination come together in a toxic mix. Events escalate to extremes... at home and at school. Mickey has to find the strength within him to put a stop to what’s begun. Where will his encounter with his own maturing body take him? Growing up... not for kids.
Strange Heaven - Dir. Dariusz Gajewski (2015)
A family of Polish immigrants lives in Sweden. One innocent lie triggers suspicions and leads to their daughter being placed with a foster family by social services. The parents undertake a dramatic fight to get their child back.
Carte Blanche - Dir. Jacek Lusiński (2015)
Kacper, a middle-aged high-school history teacher, begins to lose his eyesight. The medical diagnosis leaves no hope. Initially heartbroken, he attempts to hide his health problems from the outside world.
From Bed Thou Arose - Dir. Bartosz Konopka (2014)
A story of a self-made man of Central European transition, a bit of a simpleton, who goes willy-nilly through a crash-course in capitalism. He gets on a high-speed train, taking up speed on every bend. As a conquence of transition driven changes our Hero loses his regular job and needs to take matters into his own hands. He becomes successful but it takes a toll on his personal life.
Whole lotta love - Dir. Bartosz Kaczmarek (2014)
Like everyone else, Łukasz would like to change ‘something’ in his life. Making the most of the fact that his girlfriend has gone away for the weekend, he hires a removals company. He’s decided to return to his bachelor life. Hour by hour, it becomes more and more evident that moving out is far more difficult than it might have appeared.