Krzysztof Gierat talks to Rafał Łysak whose documentary debut "Unconditional Love" won the Golden Hobby Horse for the best film in the Polish competition at the 58th Krakow Film Festival. The film's international premiere will take place at the biggest in the wolrd festival for documentary films - IDFA - at Competition for Short Docs.
On January 22, the nominations for the Academy Awards will be announced, and earlier the Oscar shortlists will appear. This year, Polish documentary films once again have a chance to be included on these lists and compete for the most important statuette in the world of cinema.
The list of nominees for the 2019 Cinema Eye Honors has been announced. Among the films competing for an award there are the Polish one: "Volte" by Monika Kotecka i Karolina Poryzała.
The IDFA in the Netherlands, the Listapad in Belarus and the Escales Documentaires in France are the festivals at which a strong representation of Polish documentary films will be present. Where else can you watch Polish productions in November?
Urban Eye Film Festival, Romania
THE IDEA IS PARAMOUNT. THE ARCHITECTURAL PASSIONS OF ANDRZEJ WAJDA
dir. Jacek Link-Lenczowski
1st Global University Film Awards, Hong Kong
dir. Michał Hytroś
Lublijana IFF, Slovenia
dir. Jakub Radej
Cellu l'Art Polish Shorts Day 2018, Austria
dir. Marek Skrzecz