Poland has selected Andrzej Wajda’s “Wałęsa. Man of Hope” as the Polish candidate for the Academy Awards in the foreign-language film category. Robert Więckiewicz stars in the title role as the…
Andrzej Wajda's stirring biopic of Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa is old-fashioned in the best sense.
Confirming the status of "Walesa: Man of Hope" as one of this year's Venice-Toronto breakout sales hits, Films Boutique has closed a slew of new deals in Toronto on the latest film by Polish grand…
LONDON — World sales company Films Boutique has inked multiple territory deals and is fielding offers for several other countries for Andrzej Wajda's "Walesa, Man of Hope," which premieres in Venice…
LONDON — Berlin-based world sales company Films Boutique has acquired world rights to Andrzej Wajda's “Walesa, Man of Hope,” which premieres in Venice out of competition, before screening at the…
Women are making their mark in the film biz across Central Europe
An orphaned youth entertains an unhealthy yearning for his older, emotionally and financially unstable half-sister, making him blind to the more appropriate attentions of a resourceful gypsy girl his…
Poland's growing success on the international stage is stoking a creative boom with the appearance of strong new production companies and talent.
A female perspective on a little-known chapter in WWII history.
Despite skillful assemblage, the script's plausibility issues increasingly undermine engagement.
The 1940 massacre by the Soviets of some 15,000 Polish Army officers at Katyn, Russia, reps the hub from which spokes of drama emanate in the WWII epic "Katyn."
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