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Bracia directed by Wojciech Staroń is a moving documentary about brotherly love and growing old, photo: Wojciech Staroń

Bracia directed by Wojciech Staroń is a moving documentary about brotherly love and growing old, photo: Wojciech Staroń

Maciej Stuhr in Władysław Pasikowski's "Aftermath", photo: Marcin Makowski / Apple Film Production / Monolith Film  A Polish village with a dark secret sets the scene for a thriller based on true events, a film about dark days in Polish history. Aftermath presents the story of two brothers who, despite long-standing quarrels, try to get to the root of the village's conflict.

Maciej Stuhr in Władysław Pasikowski's "Aftermath", photo: Marcin Makowski / Apple Film Production / Monolith Film A Polish village with a dark secret sets the scene for a thriller based on true events, a film about dark days in Polish history. Aftermath presents the story of two brothers who, despite long-standing quarrels, try to get to the root of the village's conflict.

No End - Krzysztof Kieślowski’s 1984 film. At the time of its premiere the film was criticized by all sides: the communist authorities of Poland blamed the director for antisocialist diversion, the opposition considered the film to be ordered by the authorities, whereas the Catholic Church criticized the antichristian ending.

No End - Krzysztof Kieślowski’s 1984 film. At the time of its premiere the film was criticized by all sides: the communist authorities of Poland blamed the director for antisocialist diversion, the opposition considered the film to be ordered by the authorities, whereas the Catholic Church criticized the antichristian ending.

Margaret Braunek in the film "The Third Part of the Night" directed by Andrzej Zulawski

Margaret Braunek in the film "The Third Part of the Night" directed by Andrzej Zulawski

These Daughters of Mine, which received awards from the journalists and the audience of the Gdynia Film Festival, is a shamelessly tender and wonderfully acted piece of cinema.

These Daughters of Mine, which received awards from the journalists and the audience of the Gdynia Film Festival, is a shamelessly tender and wonderfully acted piece of cinema.

Marcel Łoziński’s quasi-documentary Anything Can Happen is a ‘poetic essay filled with the sadness of passing and the strength of life’ which also ‘captures a man growing inside a child on film’.

Marcel Łoziński’s quasi-documentary Anything Can Happen is a ‘poetic essay filled with the sadness of passing and the strength of life’ which also ‘captures a man growing inside a child on film’.

A Grain of Truth is a good example of a popular crime book adapted for the big screen (it was also adapted by BBC Radio in 2016). The 2015 film adaptation of the novel by celebrated author Zygmunt Miłoszewski was directed by Borys Lankosz, photo: Next Film

A Grain of Truth is a good example of a popular crime book adapted for the big screen (it was also adapted by BBC Radio in 2016). The 2015 film adaptation of the novel by celebrated author Zygmunt Miłoszewski was directed by Borys Lankosz, photo: Next Film

All the Sleepless Nights by Michał Marczak was created as a hybrid of fiction and documentary, photo: Kino Świat

All the Sleepless Nights by Michał Marczak was created as a hybrid of fiction and documentary, photo: Kino Świat

Volhynia, a brutal yet beautiful picture, is one of the most important Polish films of the recent years, photo: Krzsztof Wiktor / Film it

Volhynia, a brutal yet beautiful picture, is one of the most important Polish films of the recent years, photo: Krzsztof Wiktor / Film it

Still from the film The Red Captain by Michal Kollár, 2016. In the photo: Maciej Stuhr, photo: Krzysztof Kuczyk / Kino Świat

Still from the film The Red Captain by Michal Kollár, 2016. In the photo: Maciej Stuhr, photo: Krzysztof Kuczyk / Kino Świat

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