The biggest industry event in Poland, Polish Days, kicks off on Monday, July 27 with an online edition. The New Horizons IFF will take place in November in a joint edition with American Film Festival. During Polish Days, 24 films at various stages of production will be presented to over 100 international representatives of film industry.
As each year Polish Days is organised together with wonderful partners that grant numerous awards:
Screen International will grant an award for one of the works-in-progress, offering coverage of the project during next stages of production
Coloroffon will grant its Post-production Award
No Problemo Music will offer cooperation with music library
Polish Film Institute will grant scholarship for the EAVE 2021 Producers Workshop for one producer
There are various accompanying events at Polish Days this year:
For the first time, Polish Days will host First Cut Lab - a programme dedicated to feature films in the editing stage.
Polish and German producers will meet to discuss Polish-German Co-Production. This event is co-organised with Connecting Cottbus, the FilmFestival Cottbus and Medienboard Berlin Bradenburg. Additionaly, Polish Film Institute will hold meetings about Cash Rebate scheme in Poland.
A new partner of Polish Days No Problemo Music will organize the workshop focused on how to choose the right soundtrack for a film.
Script Atelier participants will give a pitch of their projects and EAVE representative, Kristina Trapp will meet with Polish producers. Kids Kino Industry representatives will also be available for one-on-one meetings.
Polish Days is co-organized by the Polish Film Institute and The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Event partners include EAVE, the Screen International, Coloroffon, No Problemo Music, the Wrocław Film Commission, the Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission, the Łódź Film Commission, the Podkarpackie Film Commission, DI Factory.
Media partners include Film Pro, Film New Europe and Film & TV Kamera.