Polish Days 2015

July 29 - 31, 2015

For more information, please contact Jan Naszewski, Polish Days coordinator, jan@snh.org.pl

Polish Days are the most important industry event of the 15.T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival, where industry representatives including programmers, sales agents, producers, film funds and distributors from all over the world meet to watch the latest Polish films at closed screenings. This year's edition of Polish Days will take place on 29-31 July 2015.

A number of completed Polish films, works-in-progress will be shown at closed screenings during the event. Many projects in development will also be pitched to the international audience and followed by one-on-one sessions.

The event has been gaining international interest and strengthening its position in recent years and in 2015, around 170 key Polish and international guests are expected in Wrocław, including producers, film funds and festival programmers (including Berlin, Semaine de la Critique, Rotterdam, Tribeca and New Directors/New Films), as well as a number of international and domestic buyers.

26 films and projects were selected for the industry event. Among the works shown in full at closed screenings are Karlovy Vary competition titles The Red Spider by Marcin Koszałka and Chemo by Bartek Prokopowicz, followed by the debut feature by Wojciech Kasperski The High Frontier and new films by Przemysław Wojcieszek (Berlin Diaries), Kinga Dębska (My Sister) and Krzysztof Łukaszewicz (Karbala).

The popular work-in-progress section will present 10 films. These are Baby Bump by Kuba Czekaj, Journals by Wiktoria Szymańska, Waves by Grzegorz Zariczny, Into the Spirale by Konrad Aksinowicz, All These Sleepless Nights by Michał Marczak and two projects pitched in Wrocław in 2014 - Wild Roses by Anna Jadowska and Volhynia by Wojtek Smarzowski. Two documentaries will also be presented in that section: 21 x New York by Piotr Stasik and When you return by Anna Zamęcka.

Pitchings will present Polish films at an earlier stage of development and production. This year's projects are new works by Marcin Wrona (Lili), Dorota Kędzierzawska (Speedway) and Marcin Dudziak (Presence), as well as debut features The Last Family by Jan P. Matuszyński, Tower by Jagoda Szelc, Forest by Joanna Zastróżna and the Cinemart project Hurrah, we're still alive! by Agnieszka Polska. Furthermore, three projects by foreign directors but developed in Poland will also be pitched - these are AA by Jack Faber, Marie Curie by Marie Noelle and People I'm Not by Francesco Rizzi. In this section, post-production awards from Toya Studios (sound) and Chimney Poland (image) will be given.

This year's edition will place an emphasis on the participation of German producers and film funds. There will be a meeting of Polish and German film producers organised in co-operation with the East German film funds Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM) and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Cottbus IFF, the Polish Film Institute and Film Commission Poland. Polish Days are co-organized with the Polish Film Institute. Event's partners include Film Commission Poland, Mazovia-Warsaw Film Commission and Wrocław Film Commission, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, National Audiovisual Institute and post-production studios Toya Studios and Chimney Poland.

Full list of selected films:

Completed Films

Berlin Diaries, dir. Przemysław Wojcieszek

Chemo (Chemia), dir. Bartosz Prokopowicz

Karbala, dir. Krzysztof Łukaszewicz

All These Daughters of Mine (Moje córki krowy), dir. Kinga Dębska

The Red Spider (Czerwony Pająk), dir. Marcin Koszałka

The High Frontier (Na granicy), dir. Wojciech Kasperski


AA, dir. Jack Faber

LAS, dir. Joanna Zastróżna

Hurrah, we're still alive! (Hurrah, wciąż żyjemy!), dir. Agnieszka Polska

Lili, dir. Marcin Wrona

Marie Curie, dir. Marie Noelle

People I'm not, dir. Francesco Rizzi

Presence (Obecność), dir. Marcin Dudziak

Speedway (Żużel), dir. Dorota Kędzierzawska

The Last Family (Ostatnia Rodzina), dir. Jan P. Matuszyński

Tower. A Brght Day (Wieża, jasny dzień), dir. Jagoda Szelc

Works in Progress

21 x New York, dir. Piotr Stasik

All These Sleepless Nights (Wszystkie Nieprzespane Noce), dir. Michał Marczak

Baby Bump, dir. Kuba Czekaj

Into the Spirale (W spirali), dir. Konrad Aksinowicz

Journals, dir. Wiktoria Szymańska

The New World (Nowy Świat), dir. Elżbieta Benkowska, Łukasz Ostalski, Michał Wawrzecki

Waves (Fale), dir. Grzegorz Zariczny

Wild Roses (Dzikie róże), dir. Anna Jadowska

When you return (Kiedy wrócisz), dir. Anna Zamęcka

Volhynia (Wołyń), dir. Wojtek Smarzowski






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