Džambo Aguševi Orchestra & Balkan party (Melusina, 5/10)

Cycling event with very special guests (Neimënster 9/10)

FunnyEast: have fun with CinEast

Remarkable animated films

Focus on Latvia with Polifauna (Rotondes, 13/10)

Cinédocs: reflecting the world we live in

Passionate and powerful dramas

Women's stories

Apero Jazz: Laco Deczi & Celula New York (Neimenster, 14/10)

Kapuściński, Kundera, Gospodinov, Černiauskaitė, Soukupová... literature in film

Flying Monks Temple with guests @Mudam (21/10)

CinEast 2018 Awards

CinEast 2018 Awards

Grand Prix: One Day
Special Jury Prize: Winter Flies
Special Mention: Ága
Critics' Prize: Ága , Audience Award: The Other Side Of Everything
Audience Awards - Short Films:
A Siege (fiction), The Box (animation), Vika (documentary) more info

 

CinEast 2018 trailer

CinEast 2018 trailer

The official festival trailer of the 11th edition of CinEast. Story by CinEast, directed and produced by Masaporta. No animals were hurt during the shooting.

LUX Prize Film Days

LUX Prize Film Days

LUX Prize Film Days in November at Ciné Utopia (8, 13 and 15 November) and one screening during CinEast (The Other Side of Everything, 15/10). More info here.

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Magdalena Popławska

Magdalena Popławska

Magdalena Popławska is a Polish actress, who graduated from Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow (2004) and gained a scholarship from the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona. After many years of collaboration with numerous theatres around Poland, Popławska finally joined the Nowy Teatr team in Warsaw, (created by outstanding Polish director Krzysztof Warlikowski), and soon became one of his leading actresses (Krum, Anioły w Ameryce, (A)pollonia, Koniec, Opowieści afrykańskie wg Szekspira, Kabaret warszawski). Popławska made her film debut in Przemysław Wojcieszek’s A Perfect Afternoon in 2005 and appeared, among others, in Between Two Fires directed by Agnieszka Łukasiak, A Simple Story About Love by Arkadiusz Jakubik, Fear of Falling by Bartosz Konopka and The Girl from the Wardrobe by Bodo Kox. In 2012 she was nominated for the Swedish Guldbagge film award in the category of Best Female Leading Role for her performance in Between Two Fires. Her role in the Polish televison series Usta usta (Mouth to Mouth) brought her immense popularity.

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Magdalena Popławska

Magdalena Popławska

Magdalena Popławska is a Polish actress, who graduated from Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow (2004) and gained a scholarship from the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona. After many years of collaboration with numerous theatres around Poland, Popławska finally joined the Nowy Teatr team in Warsaw, (created by outstanding Polish director Krzysztof Warlikowski), and soon became one of his leading actresses (Krum, Anioły w Ameryce, (A)pollonia, Koniec, Opowieści afrykańskie wg Szekspira, Kabaret warszawski). Popławska made her film debut in Przemysław Wojcieszek’s A Perfect Afternoon in 2005 and appeared, among others, in Between Two Fires directed by Agnieszka Łukasiak, A Simple Story About Love by Arkadiusz Jakubik, Fear of Falling by Bartosz Konopka and The Girl from the Wardrobe by Bodo Kox. In 2012 she was nominated for the Swedish Guldbagge film award in the category of Best Female Leading Role for her performance in Between Two Fires. Her role in the Polish televison series Usta usta (Mouth to Mouth) brought her immense popularity.