A perfect couple rents a holiday home on a sunny Italian island. The reality does not live up to their expectations when they find out that the pool in the house is broken. Ignorant of the fact that the island faces water shortage, they ask for someone to fix it.
The peace of mind of a tenement house in Warsaw’s Mokotów district is shattered by the appearance of the alleged legal owner of the building. Using ruthless methods, the man starts forcing more families to move out. Janina Markowska is the most determined in her fight for the right to her apartment.
"25 Years of Innocence” is a moving action drama based on real events that were followed closely by whole Poland. It is a story about the life of Tomasz Komenda, a young man wrongly sentenced to 25 years in prison for raping and murdering a teenage girl. The filmmakers make an attempt to find answers to all the burning questions on everyone's mind. How could this happen? Why did an innocent man have to wait 18 years in a cell to be served justice?
Joanna returns to her home village for her father’s funeral. On the night of her arrival, an explosive argument breaks out in the family. Joanna wants to fullfil her father’s wish for a secular funeral, but her mother is categorically opposed to the very idea.
Daniel, an artist, comes from the countryside and was brought up within the structures of the Catholic Church. His relationship with Olek is evolving in secret. The suicide of a religious queer girl from his village pushes him to fight for tolerance. He tries to unite the community, but everyone turns his back on him. The story is based on real-life events.
Orchestra of Exiles explores Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman 4-year odyssey, which culminates in the founding of the orchestra that would become the Israel Philharmonic. Huberman's personal transformation and subsequent heroic struggle to get Jewish musicians out of Europe to found this orchestra will be at the heart of this film.
Putin's aggression against Ukraine is the most terrifying attack on a European state since the Second World War. Images of bombed cities and people fleeing shook the entire civilized world and shattered our sense of security.
“Chopin. I'm Not Afraid of Darkness" is a documentary that weaves the stories of three outstanding pianists, a Pole - Leszek Możdżer, a Korean Won Jae - Yeon, and a Syrian immigrant, half a Pole - Fares, who, apart from their passion for Chopin's music, combine the difficult historical experiences of countries, they come from.
“Ania” is a touching story about the prematurely deceased, at age of 36, Polish actress Anna Przybylska, the unforgettable Marylka from the TV series “Złotopolscy”.
Arek and Magda are a married couple from 25 years, caring for their sick grandfather. They live with their son, Tomek, who has been in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend Asia. It is a typical family and seemingly everything is fine. And yet...
Political thriller is based on a true story about a young student beaten to death by the police in 1980s Communist Poland.
She is an ordinary girl from the neighborhood, he is the best party of the Republic. They say opposites attract, but love can sometimes be unpredictable. Especially when paparazzis are overly interested in their lives. "Love on First Page" is the story of Nina (Olga Bolądź) - a modern-day Cinderella and Robert (Piotr Stramowski) - the son of a presidential couple.
Based on a true story, Emi - a young, ambitious girl, dreams about life outside her small town. When a tempting madam offers her a chance to escape, she doesn't hesitate and quickly becomes an exclusive escort. Soon enough she climbs the ranks and starts her own VIP escort service -- recruiting Polish celebrities, actors, singers, and models.
Adapted from a popular Ukrainian folk melody, the Christmas classic “Carol of the Bells” came to represent the spirit of brotherhood over the world. Set in pre and postwar Ukraine, this ultimately life-affirming film centers on three families - Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish - who share a large house and musical evenings. Their peaceful existence is shattered by the Nazi and Soviet occupations
Warsaw, 1968. Students are protesting against the unlawful expulsion of their colleagues from the university and in defense of the "Dziady" (Forefathers' Day) poster, directed by Kazimierz Dejmek, and staged at the National Theater.
After a series of mysterious disappearances in 1950s Kraków, young investigator Karski believes he's on the trail of a vicious serial killer.
Marta is a romantic and a school loser. She shares a room with her sister Kasia and her grandma who tells her granddaughters stories from the Warsaw Uprising instead of fairy tales.