The 18th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival takes place from 19 March to 5 April in London, with the opening night gala being Radioactive, starring Rosamund Pike as Marie Curie.
Walerian Borowczyk was a one-time arthouse darling turned alleged pornographer, with an effect on his reputation. This film tells that story, with contributions from friends and collaborators and other filmmakers.
Nina and her husband are trying for a child, but a potential surrogacy agreement takes a different turn when Nina falls for the potential surrogate. Showing in the 17th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival in London.
Twenty students working internships at a resort hotel, but the truth is stranger that in first appears. Monument is showing at the 17th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival in London.
Returning to London for its seventeenth year, the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival runs from 4 to 18 April at various venues.
Continuing with the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival, Butterfly Kisses is a dark comedy-drama with an ending that may be a sticking point for many viewers.
A lively biopic of Polish sexologist, Michalina Wisłocka, author of The Art of Loving.
Made by the husband-and-wife team of Joanna Kos-Krauze and the late Krzysztof Krauze, Birds Are Singing in Kigali is the opening night film of the 16th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival in London.
The Kinoteka Polish Film Festival returns to London for its sixteenth year, celebrating one hundred years of Polish independence and offering a showcase of new Polish cinema.