Polish scribe Jerzy Stefan Stawinski, who penned Andrezj Wajda's "Kanal," died June 12 in Warsaw of a heart attack. He was 88.
Actress Elzbieta Czyzewska, who became a symbol of her generation in Poland in 1960s, died June 17 in New York of esophageal cancer. She was 72.
Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski broke a 17-year absence from filmmaking in 2008 when he made "Four Nights With Anna," an intriguing story of a man wrongly accused of rape who breaks into the…
A leading Polish film critic has lambasted his country's handling of two high-profile fest prospects -- "Reverse," directed by Borys Lankosz, and "Dark House" by Wojciech Smarzowski, both of which…
Local Polish film production was on firm footing in 2009, despite the economic plunge in Europe.
Poland's candidate for a foreign-language film Oscar nomination is Borys Lankosz's "The Reverse," which won the award for Polish film at the recently concluded Gdynia Film Festival.
Borys Lankosz's feature debut "The Reverse" won the Gdynia Polish Film Festival's Golden Lions for film and producer on Saturday as the six-day event came to a close.
Pubcaster Polish TV (TVP) is bowing a digital platform, which will carry its free-to-air channels and, from December, nine pay channels.
TVN, Poland's largest media group, has announced major management changes as it wrestles with repayments on a e320 million ($450 million) loan.
One of Poland's two largest private TV broadcast groups, TVN, has laid off 20 staffers and an undisclosed number of contract workers as it restructures to deal with the economic crisis.
Stanislaw Rozewicz, film director, producer and mentor to a generation of Polish filmmakers, died Nov. 9 in Warsaw. He was 84.
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