A new documentary by Agnieszka Zwiefka was invited to the international competition of the One World festival in Prague. In addition to "Scars", the program also includes other Polish productions.

The International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival One World in Prague is one of the largest human rights film festivals in the world. Last year, over 125,000 viewers participated in it. In addition to shows in Prague, films from the One World program are also presented in 35 cities in the Czech Republic and other countries.

Each year, the One World festival presents about 120 documentary films. This year, four Polish productions will be showcased among them. The latest documentary by Agnieszka Zwiefka will take part in the International Competition. "Scars" will have its world premiere at this festival.

In addition to Agnieszka Zwiefka's film, viewers will see three other Polish productions at the Czech festival. The One World Interactive: UnEarthed section includes the short "Whispers" by Jacek Naglowski and Patryk Jordanowicz. In turn, "Lessons of Love" by Małgorzata Goliszewska and Kasia Matei were invited to the Masculinity and Femininity lesson, and "Our Little Poland" by Mateusz Bobrik to the Long Live Life band section.

This year's festival will be held on March 5-14.

More information about One World can be found on its official website.