By adapting Witold Gombrowicz’s Cosmos Andrzej Żuławski proved his position as the most courageous and uncompromising Polish film director. This humorous and perverse film serves as a great conclusion to the director’s film career.
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’.
Piotr Domalewski’s insightful and tender Silent Night is undoubtedly the best film of Gdynia Film Festival 2017. It was made with emotional engagement and is painfully true.
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 The 2015 film adaptation of the novel by celebrated author Zygmunt Miłoszewski was directed by Borys Lankosz, photo: Next Film