POLISH DOCUMENTARIES INCLUDED IN THE MILLENIUM DOCS AGAINST GRAVITY FESTIVAL
We've learned the entire program of Millenium Docs Against Gravity. There are over a dozen Polish productions among the invited films.
Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival is one of the largest documentary film festivals in Poland. It is the only film festival in Europe that takes place simultaneously in several different cities (Warsaw, Gdynia, Wrocław, Katowice, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Poznań).
Polish films will be presented in competitions and non-competitive sections. The following films are competing for awards: “7th of August” by Michał Bolland, “Bucolic” by Karol Pałka, “Fury” by Krzysztof Kasior, “The Balcony Movie” by Paweł Łoziński, “Journey Diary” and “Miczika is Not Afraid of Airplanes” by Anna Baumgart, “Herbert. Barbarian in the Garden” by Rafael Lewandowski, “Hello Grandma” by Kamila Chojnacka, “Never Coming Back” by Mikołaj Lizut, “The Last Generation” by Mikołaj Borowy, “Bless You” by Tatiana Chistova, “Polish Self-Portrait” by Jakub Droczyński, Maciej Białoruski, and Robert Rawłuszewicz, “The Lost Urzecze” by Adam Rogal, “Comic Book Shop” by Maciej Bierut, “Escape to the Silver Glove” by Kuba Mikurda, and “Tomanykicks” by Dawid Wawrzyszyn. Outside the competitions you will be able to see Małgorzata Świderska's short film “Make Revolutions by Phone: A Short Movie About Tadeusz Mazowiecki” and “Seven Rooms” by Bartek Błędowski, Maja Markowska, Iga Sadowska, Maja Górczak, Dorota Bator, Milena Mądry, and Natalia Nowicka.
The program and detailed information about the festival can be found on its website.