Films by Festival Year: 2011
An animated true story of Polish children deported to Siberia by the Soviet Union during WW2.
Directed by Shanon Hart-Reed - 2010
It's World War II and a young woman hides a Jewish girl in her apartment.
Directed by Feliks Falk - 2010
Set in the Polish soccer scene. A story of great emotions, love, friendship and the rules that are worth following in life.
Directed by Anna Kazejak - 2010
There are secrets you don't hide in a bank. Secrets too gruesome to ever come to light...
Directed by Jacek Bromski - 2011
A coming-of-age story set shortly after World War II in Krakow, Poland.
Directed by Janusz Majewski - 2010
If only we could stop time and start over... A wife, son, and a good job - Michal's life is perfectly arranged.
Directed by Marek Lechki - 2010
A mother accidentally discovers her son’s homosexuality and his relationship with another man. A son loses his partner and his mother’s trust.
Directed by Maciej Michalski - 2009
The world's first digital reconstruction of Warsaw destroyed during the Second World War.
Directed by Damian Nenow - 2010
The film summarizes the result of 22 years of changes in Poland in the context of events filmed in 1989.
Directed by Ireneusz Engler - 2011
It is 1968. A university student comes across a sensational clue that may change history. His investigation proves that renowned Polish painter and writer, Witkacy, did not commit suicide in 1939.
Directed by Jacek Koprowicz - 2010