Poland's efficient and effective system of film industry support, the revolving fund managed by the Polish Film Institute (PFI), continues to ensure a steady stream local movies and international…
Poland has the most robust pic production sector in the former East bloc, thanks in large part to its film-funding system, based on taxes on tickets, distribs and TV revenues.
Almost unbearably brutal yet hauntingly romantic, helmer Wojtek Smarzowski's riveting period drama "Rose" reveals a little-known chapter of Polish history: the post-WWII persecution of the Mazurians…
It has one of the best production support systems in Europe, stable public funding and local- pic box office share that are the envy of many countries ... so why are Polish films not traveling?
Jerzy Kapuscinski, Roma Gasiorowska, Wojtek Smarzowski are among ones to watch in Polish cinema.
The global meltdown merely grazed Poland, the only country in the EU to not slip into recession, a fact mirrored by the country's boffo B.O. for local pics. But while Poland's biz takes 2010 with…
The scoop: International co-productions have increased since the Polish Film Institute was set up in 2006, with an annual budget of $30 million -- 75% of that earmarked for local producers and…
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Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$30.1M Fox -29.51%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$974,415 Cumulative:$212.9M Warner Brothers -37.02%