Founded in 1985, it has been part of the FIAPF-recognized Class A festivals since 2009, and is one of the most important events in Eastern Europe and Poland. The program seeks to bring new trends in international cinema closer to its audience.
SECTIONS AND AWARDS
Feature films (more than 60 minutes) from around the world. World, international and European premieres.
For the first and second feature film (over 60 minutes) of directors from around the world.
FREE SPIRITUAL COMPETITION .TA: independent feature films and documentaries (more than 60 minutes) from around the world.
DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION: Feature film documentaries (more than 60 minutes) from around the world.
SHORT COMPETITION: For narrative, documentary and animated short films (40 min or less) from around the world. Winners are eligible for the Oscars.
SPECIAL SCREENINGS: Feature film (more than 60 minutes) of fiction and documentary from around the world.
POLAND CLASSICS: Polish films (over 60 minutes), at least ten years old, which were significant successes of Polish cinema.
DISCOVERIES: Feature film (over 60 minutes) of fiction and documentaries from around the world, dealing with contemporary issues, which have been presented at film festivals abroad.
FAMILY CINEMA WEEKEND: Movies for kids and their parents.
Catalan Films & TV organizes a shipment of Catalan productions to the festival.