At the 61st Krakow Film Festival, the audience award went to Anna Kokoszka-Romer and Mateusz Kudła’s film “Polański, Horowitz. Hometown”.
Krakow Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Krakow Film Festival
WHERE: Kraków, Poland
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest film events dedicated to documentary, animated and short fiction films in Europe. During 8 festival days viewers have an opportunity to watch about 250 films from Poland and abroad. Films are presented in competitions and in special sections like retrospectives, thematic cycles, archive screenings. Festival is accompanied by exhibitions, concerts, open air screenings and meetings with the filmmakers. Every year Krakow Film Festival hosts about 600 Polish and international guests: directors, producers, film festival programmers and numerous audience from Krakow.
“Polański, Horowitz. Hometown” featuring director Roman Polański and his friend, Ryszard Horowitz will open the 61st Krakow Film Festival.
At the 61st Krakow Film Festival, Polish film director and animator Piotr Dumała will be given the Dragon of Dragon award.
The 2020 Krakow Film Festival, held online due to COVID19 pandemic ended with the awards. The Norwegian documentary “The Self Portrait” wins audience award.
Twelve films will compete in the international documentary competition at the 60th Krakow Film Festival, now entirely online due to coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus is having a devastating impact on film festivals. San Francisco and RiverRun International Film Festivals have canceled.
Hungarian Documentary Filmmaker Péter Forgács to Receive Dragon of Dragons Award at Krakow Film Festival
Hungarian documentary filmmaker and multimedia artist Péter Forgács will receive the 2020 Dragon of Dragons award at the Krakow Film Festival.
The special section of the 2020 Krakow Film Festival is dedicated to Denmark and will showcase 7 Danish documentary feature films including “Q’s Barbershop”
Krakow Film Festival, announced the first titles of 2020 festival, including “Sunless Shadows” by Mehrdad Oskouei, and “My Father and Me” by British film-maker, Nick Broomfield.
The 2019 Krakow Film Festival awarded prizes to the best documentary, short and animated films with Advocate, Portrait of Suzanne, My Country So Beautiful and Once Aurora winning the top awards.
The international documentary film competition of the 2019 Krakow Film Festival will showcase the most electrifying and fascinating stories from all over the world.
The wind. A documentary thriller, an emotional story about the “halny” wind – one of the most unpredictable winds in the Polish mountains, will open the 2019 Krakow Film Festival.