It’s equal parts Polish Radio Experimental Studio and starship control panel. The Apparatum by Warsaw’s panGenerator proves that not only can everything old is new again – maybe it’s even newer. Continue reading The Retro-Futuristic Apparatum Draws From Polish Electronic Music History
Poland is jumping into the incentives fray in Eastern Europe, with lawmakers expected to approve a 30% rebate for qualifying productions out of an overall kitty of €46 million ($53.8 million). Continue reading Poland Finally Poised to Offer Filming Incentives
New films by Bartosz Konopka, Jan Komasa and Leszek Dawid are among the line-up of 25 completed films, works in progress and projects to be presented at the sixth edition of the Polish Days (July 30 – August 1) during the New Horizons International Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland.
Konopka’s The Mute, which was presented as a work in progress at last year’s Polish Days, is among five completed films being shown in closed industry screenings to international sales agents, distributors, film funders and festival programmers.
The further completed productions are Jagoda Szelc’s Monument, Lukasz Grzegorzek’s A Coach’s Daughter, Wojciech Pustola’s White Cube and Agnieszka Polska’s Hurrah, We Are Still Alive. Read More via ScreenDaily.
Many of Europe’s best Para dancers will be in Lomianki from Saturday (16 June) for the Polish Open, with the competition acting as a dress rehearsal for November’s regional Championships. Continue reading Polish Open Dance Competition in Lomianski