Next month, there will be three major film festivals in Poland: the 7th Planete Doc Review Film Festival in Warsaw (May 7 - 16); the 35th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia (May 24 - 29); and the 50th Krakow Film Festival (May 31 - June 6). Can't make it to Poland? Well, there's the 6th Annual New York Polish Film Festival right here, April 30 - May 5, at the Anthology Film Archives presented by honorary patron Andrzej Wajda.
The fest will exhibit recent films from Poland, such as All That I Love by Jacek Borcuch, Snow White and Russian Red by Xawery Zulawski, and Reverse by Borys Lankosz. As well, there will be a tribute to director Janusz Morgenstern with a retrospective of his films. There will also be screenings of shorts, documentaries and animated films, including the award-winning, Oscar-nominated, Rabbit à la Berlin by Bartek Konopka, Mother by Jakub Piatek, and Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired by Marina Zenovich, among many others. You can visit the festival's website here for more information on the program and how to purchase tickets.