The T-Mobile New Horizons IFF is committed to expanding its international presence and building long-term relationships with the world film industry professionals. Festival brings excellent opportunities to meet, discuss and exchange ideas, find co-producers and discover new talent. More than 600 film professionals visit our festival every year.
professionals visiting the festival in previous years companies: Films Boutique, LevelK, Memento, MK2, Bankside Films, Trust Nordisk, Urban Distribution, Wide Management, Sixpack i New Europe Film Sales, Les Films du Losange, Hanway, and Intramovies as well as distributors: Wild Bunch, Epicentre, Soda Pictures, Neue Visionen, Metrodome, Aero Films, EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Gutek Film, Imagine, Just, Kino Świat Gutek Film as well as Polsat, HBO and other Polish TV buyers and distributors.
programmers: Berlinale, Rotterdam, Cannes, Tribeca IFF, Karlovy Vary, Gothenburg, Hong-Kong, Edinburgh, Busan, Semaine de la Critique, SXSW, Thessaloniki, Hamburg, Go East Wiesbaden, Istanbul, Munich, Seattle, Stockholm, Transylvania and Cottbus film festivals.
352 films from 50 countries
143 Polish premieres
2 world premieres
3 european premieres
500 industry guests
105 000 admissions
industry events planned for 2014
Polish Days – pitching and industry screenings of latest polish films and works in progress. 30 July – 1 August 2014
New Horizons Studio - workshops for young film professionals and polish script-doctors. 27-30 July 2014
One of Poland’s top international events.
It’s a place for daring, unconventional films. films that push the language of cinema further. Being invited to new horizons is a compliment.
Urszula Antoniak, director, Code Blue
The atmosphere both at the screenings and receptions was just wonderful. It's no surprise that nh has become a real favourite of so many people.
Diane Henderson, head of programming, Edinburgh IFF
Poland’s young and thriving arthouse festival.an exemplary showcase of bold auteur cinema.
Sight & Sound, festival blog
When you leave the wonderful city of wroclaw you feel that great progress has been made and new contacts developed that put you in a better place to do film business in the future.
Alex Boden, producer, Pistachio Pictures