The summer holiday is also a time of rest for festivals dedicated to documentary cinema. However, it's not all bad as several important events are still taking place and that is where we will get see Polish productions. Check out which festivals and films it's all about.

The International Human Rights Film Festival in Argentina has started on the first day of July. Kacper Lisowski's Judges Under Pressure makes an appearance in its competition. The Pärnu Film Festival kicked off two days later. The Estonian festival invited a total of five Polish productions. The short films Father.Son by Jakub Gomółka, Uncle Vakho's Dream by Joanna Rój, Calls by Ming-Wei Chiang as well as the features 30 Years of Excuses by Armand Urbaniak and No Hero At All by Michał Kawecki will all get a chance to win awards there.

In the second half of the month, Weronika Jurkiewicz's The Vibrant Village will go to Italy to the Lago Film Fest – International Festival of Independent Cinema, and Paweł Łoziński's The Balcony Movie will be screened at Open Air Screening at Cinema Xenix in Switzerland. The Hamlet Syndrome by Elvira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski will be shown to audiences at the Screening at the Conference of the European Shakespeare Research Association in Hungary. Konrad Kultys' Atrophia will get its competition screening in Serbia, while in Iceland the audience will watch Boylesque by Bogna Kowalczyk. 

At the end of the month, you will be able to see Jakub Piątek's Pianoforte all the way in Mexico. The documentary was invited to the program of the Guanajuato International Film Festival.

You can find the current list of festival screenings here.