Wanda Jakubowska's 1948 film, set in Birkenau where she herself was an inmate, plays in London at the Kinoteka Festival.
The Eccentrics: The Sunny Side of the Street (Excentrycy: Czyli po słonecznej stronie ulicy) (15th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival)
A tribute to an era and its music in The Eccentrics, showing in London at the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Inspired by a real-life serial-killer case in 60s Kraków, The Red Spider plays at the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Romantic comedy Planet Single, playing in London today at the Kinoteka Festival.
Jerzy Skolimowski's impressive debut feature, showing in the Kinoteka Festival.
Agnieszka Holland's 1993 version of the children's classic, showing in the Kinoteka Festival
Agnieszka Holland's Oscar-nominated In Darkness, a true story of World War II.
Life after death in Berlin-winner Body, showing today in the London Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
A ghost from the past haunts a wedding party in Demon, showing today at the Kinoteka Festival in London.
A man puts his life in order in comedy-drama Life Must Go On.
Family crises bring two sisters together in These Daughters of Mine, showing in the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Jerzy Skolimowski's 1966 black comedy, introduced by the director in the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
A child custody battle in Strange Heaven, a Polish/Swedish drama in the London Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
Scandal in Poland nearly a century ago, and a once-lost silent film playing in London's Kinoteka Film Festival.
A contract killer is hired by the authorities to carry out an assassination in Anatomy of Evil, showing in the London Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
A dark and impressive debut feature, playing today at the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.
A black comedy about corrupt Warsaw traffic cops, a huge hit at the local box office, plays in the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival.