POLISH DOCUMENTARY FILMS AT THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS ABROAD IN JUNE
June is a hot festival month. Polish productions will be shown, among others, in Australia, the USA and Spain. Let us find out where Polish documentary films are shown this month.
In May started the festival Short Shorts in Japan, where "The Briefing" by Filip Drzewiecki was shown. The documentary film will also appear in the USA at the Palm Springs International Shortfest. There, the documentary film "Connected" by Aleksandra Maciejczyk will also be presented. The film by Aleksandra Maciejczyk, which won the Silver Dragon at the Krakow Film Festival at the beginning of the month, in June will be shown in Australia at the Sydney Film Festival and in the USA at the Nantucket Film Festival, too.
At the beginning of June in Armenia, the One Shot - the International Short Film Festival Yerevan is held. There, the viewers will have the opportunity to watch "Shooting Stars" by Magda Jaroszewicz, whereas in Lebanon, during the Tripoli Film Festival, the audience will watch "Festival" by Anna Gawlita and Tomasz Wolski.
In Turkey, at the Documentarist Istanbul Documentary Days, three Polish documentary films will be shown: "Unconditional Love" by Rafał Łysak, "In A Lion" by Karol Lindholm and the animated documentary film "A Documentary Film" by Marcin Podolec. "In A Lion" will also be shown in Portugal - at the FEST New Directors | New Films Festival. The programme includes "Dam" by Natalia Koniarz and "Family" by Patrycja Widłak. The last of the aforementioned documentary films will also feature at the Parnu Film Festival in Estonia, together with "In Touch" by Paweł Ziemilski and "Dancing For You" by Katarzyna Lesisz. The documentary film by Katarzyna Lesisz is also invited to the programme of the Italian Euganea Film Festival.
At the end of June in Spain, the Valencia International Film Festival Cinema Jove is held, at which two Polish documentary films will be presented: "Their Voices" by Eri Mizutani and "Sisters" by Michał Hytroś. The month will end with the screening of "Volte" by Monika Kotecka and Karolina Poryzała at the Shorts International Film Festival.
The up-to-date list of festival screenings is available here.