The 44th Polish Film Festival – Day 3 [video, photos]

In Entertainment, Gdynia

The third day of the 44th Polish Film Festival was the opening of the Short Film Competition. It was also an opportunity to watch the next movies from the Main Competition and to meet their authors.

Short Film Competition

27 movies have qualified to the Short Film Competition at the 44th Polish Film Festival. Thanks to the “30 minutes” project by Munk’s Studio – Polish Association of Filmmakers, all the titles will appear twice. The main part of the competition takes place at the chamber scene of the Musical Theatre.

The Main Competition

Wednesday was very rich in special screenings where the participants of the festival could meet with the film crews. The audience could enjoy “Interior” by Marek Lechki and Monika Jordan-Mlodzianowska debuting with “The Iron Bridge”. In addition to that, the organizers showed “The Valley of Gods” by Lech Majewski. The crew featured a special guest – Bérénice Marlohe. If that wasn’t enough, the organizers showed two more main competition movies to the audience. They could meet with the creators of “Icarus. The Legend of Mietek Kosz” by Maciej Pieprzyca and “Mr. T.” By Marcin Krzysztalowicz.

Other screenings

As on every day, the competing movies weren’t the only ones that appeared on the silver screens. The visitors enjoyed films from Pure Classics. In Memoriam, Polonica and other sections. In addition, there was a chance to see two less famous movies of Krzysztof Zanussi.

Festival tickets

Visit the official website of the 44th Polish Film Festival to book tickets for the screenings and to find out more about the event.

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