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Stills from the movie Marie Curie, directed by Marie Noelle, cinematograhpy: Michał Englert, Music: Bruno Coulais. Release date: 3 March 2017

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Still from the movie Marie Curie, directed by Marie Noelle, 2016. In the picture: Karolina Gruszka, photo: Grzegorz Hartfiel

In Marie Noelle’s biopic there is drama and romance, story of emancipation and forbidden love, there is also a portrayal of an epoch. The only thing lacking is Marie Curie, her intelligence, genius and exceptionality.

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  Still from the film Disco Polo, directed by Maciej Bochniak. In the photograph: Joanna Kulig and Dawid Ogrodnik, photo source: Alvernia Studios / Next Film

Maciej Bochniak’s Disco Polo tries to be both a fairy tale and an intertextual riddle for cinema buffs. At the end of the day, however, it turns out to be nothing more than a sentimental film gag.

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Stills from the film Disco Polo, directed by Maciej Bochniak. The film tells a story of young provincial musicians who skyrocket up the disco polo music charts.

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Stills from the film 11 Minutes, directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. Photos: Mikołaj Łebkowski. The world premiere takes place on 9th September 2015, and will be in Polish cinemas from 23rd October.

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The biggest revelation of the 39th Gdynia Film Festival. Łukasz Palkowski’s Gods (Bogowie) is excellently written, effective and poignant. This on-screen biography of Zbigniew Religa offers a gripping rhythm and seductive sense of humour.

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Stills from Gods, directed by Łukasz Palkowski. The film tells the story of Zbigniew Religa, the cardiac surgeon who performed the first heart transplant in Poland. The eminent doctor is played by Tomasz Kot, accompanied by an ensemble of Polish cinema star: Marian Opani, Jan Englert, Kinga Preis and Piotr Głowacki.

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The debut feature film from Bodo Kox has won the Best International Feature Film award at the XIII Rome Independent Film Festival.

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These masculine, hot, talented actors are Polish, which means they're also romantic, gallant, a bit sensitive and macho at times.

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Piotr Głowacki and Wojciech Mecwaldowski in Bodo Kox's "Girl From the Wardrobe", photo: Anna Rzepka/Kino Świat.

From the "icon of the Polish off-scene", a melodramatic, ironic film that marks Bodo Kox's entrance into Polish mainstream cinema - and takes a stance on loneliness and love.

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