2012 Viewer’s Choice Award
It’s a wrap
The 20th Annual Seattle Polish Film Festival is over. We thank you for your participation and hope you enjoyed this year's films. Check out the festival gallery . And if you want to read about festival films, see the film archive.
We Have a Winner
Joanna Wroblewska wins the 2012 Seattle Polish Film Festival poster competition.
20th SPFF Poster Competition
find out more about poster competition.
Black Thursday wins the 2011 Viewers Choice Award
Another great festival is now behind us. Check out festival photos. We thank you for your support and look forward to the next festival in 2012. If you have any comments or suggestions please contact us and share your thoughts.
2 for 1 Admission
Bring a friend for free: buy one ticket, get a second to the same screening free. Download, print and present this coupon at the box office. This offer is not valid on Sunday, November 6, 2011 and cannot be combined with SIFF membership discount.
2011 Festival Guests
Festival Reception, November 6 at 4PM
2011 SPFF Reception will be held at ten Mercer in the Lower Queen Anne on November 6, 2011 at 4PM. Donors and advertisers at the $100 level and above and Festival Pass holders are invited to attend the Festival Reception. Festival guests Antoni Krauze, Kazimierz Beer, Ewa Kasprzyk and Jakub Michalski will be in attendance.
How are you getting to the festival?
Please note that road construction on Mercer Street, SR 520 and I-90 is ongoing and can affect your getting to the theater. We still want you to come! So, see the links below for more information:
Washington State Department of Transportation (Current Work)
Driver alert! I-5 Mercer Street ramps
I-90 express lanes schedule
Poster Competition Winner
We have the pleasure to announce the 2011 Seattle Polish Film Festival poster competition winner: Anais Adamska. Congratulations to Anais and a big thank you to all participants. Visit the Poster Design page for more info.
19th Annual Seattle Polish Film Festival
19th Annual Seattle Polish Film Festival will take place November 4-13, 2011 at SIFF Cinema at the Uptown.
36th Polish Film Festival Gdynia
36th Polish Film Festival Gdynia is June 6-11, 2011.
"Festival in Gdynia is primarily the showcase of Polish cinema - the best films of the year, the most influential filmmakers, vital topics. Modernity meets here in a dialogue with history: new generations of filmmakers are confronted with the masters, and new generations of critics reinterpret the classics of Polish cinema. But today, when the landscape of European cinema is changing, along with its audience, the festival in Gdynia should also become educational: teach us the cinema, remind the classics, present our films in the context of the achievements of other artists in this part of Europe. Meeting in Gdynia should be an occasion not only to attend screenings but also to have a conversation. Anyone who is interested in the cinema - not only Polish, but the cinema of Eastern Europe in general - should be here." - Polish Film Festival Gdynia