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Warsaw Film Festival


31st Warsaw International Film Festival will take place October 9-18, 2015. One of 15 film events in the world, recognised by FIAPF as “international competitive film festival”. Five int'l competitive sections: International Competition, Competition 1-2 (1st & 2nd features), Free Spirit Competition, Documentary Features Competition, Shorts Competition (Academy Awards® qualifying). Accompanied by CentEast Market Warsaw (www.centeast.eu), October 16-18.
Call for entries opens March 15.
Entry deadline - June 15.

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27th Warsaw Film Festival – call for entries

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On January 15, the 27th Warsaw Film Festival, which will take place October 7-16, 2011, starts accepting submissions for this year's edition. The festival operates since 1985 and belongs to the elite group of 13 most important competitive international film festivals in the world. Cash awards amount to over 40,000 Euro. In the International Competition, the priority is given to world, international and European premieres. The films in the WFF's program must be absolute Polish premieres. The...

26th Warsaw Film Festival - Summary

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The 26th Warsaw Film Festival ended on Sunday, 17 October 2010. “I feel great satisfaction after this year’s festival. Our programme included about twenty European and international premieres. More than a hundred filmmakers from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas visited us to present their films in person in Warsaw. We had waited for some of them for years, to mention Jan Sverak, double Oscar winner, or Alexei Uchitel, whose new film The Edge is Russia’s Oscar candidat...

The Audience Award of the 26th Warsaw Film Festival

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The following films won the Audience Poll at the 26th Warsaw Film Festival:   Winner – Fiction Feature Films category: Sound of Noise, dir. Ola Simonsson, Johannes Stjärne Nilsson Winner – Documentary Feature Films category: Keep Surfing, dir. Björn Richie Lob Winner – Short Films category: That Thing You Drew, dir. Kerri Davenport-Burton Winner – Films for Children: Noémie, The Secret / Noémie, Le Secret, dir. Frédérik D...

WINNERS of the 26th WARSAW FILM FESTIVAL

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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION The Jury: Antonia Bird, director (UK) – Chairwoman, Francois DaSilva, producer (France), Mike Downey, producer (UK), Andrzej Jakimowski, director/producer (Poland), Wolfram Skowronnek-Schaer, consultant/sales agent (Germany) gave the following awards: Warsaw Grand Prix, funded by the City of Warsaw: INCENDIES (Canada / France), dir. Denis Villeneuve; A rich, complicated story about sectarian hatred and family bonds that cannot be broken, a devastat...

FIPRESCI Warsaw Project - The Talent Press 2010

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Warsaw Film Foundation and FIPRESCI invite young film critics to Warsaw. Five years ago the Warsaw Film Foundation and the International Federation of Film Critics FIPRESCI, began organizing workshops for young film critics from Central and Eastern Europe. Since then, we invite to our project journalists who are at the beginning of their career, but have already been writing about film. This year, like previously, they will have a unique opportunity to participate in the Warsaw International ...

Audience Award

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Audience Award All the films presented during the Warsaw International Film Festival take part in the Audience Poll for the best film. Before each screening, members of the audience receive a coupon on which they mark the film as “very good”, “good”, “so-so”, “poor”, „bad”. The coupons are collected after the screening. The poll results are announced once all the votes have been counted. The winner is the film given the highest marks by audiences. The winning film receiv...

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25th Warsaw International Film Festival 9-18 October 2008 Total audience: 108,000 Cinemas: Multikino (4 rooms), Kinoteka (5 rooms), Kultura (1 room) Audience Award - best feature film: two films received exactly the same mark for the first time ever - 4.77. In the feature film category, the joint winners were: DOM ZŁY / THE DARK HOUSE, dir. Wojciech Smarzowski (Poland) and WELCOME, dir. Philippe Lioret (France). In the documentary category, the winner was HASHMATSA / DEFAMATION, dir. Yo...

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One of Top 20 Euro fests by Variety. FIAPF. Five int`l competitive sections: Warsaw Competition, Competition 1-2, Free Spirit Competition, Doc Features, Shorts (only European). CentEast Market Warsaw, www.centeast.eu, for Eastern European films.

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