The remarkable days spent at the 20th Millenium Docs Against Gravity, Poland’s largest film festival, have just come to an end. This special festival edition brought us not only a plethora of extraordinary documentary films but also unforgettable accompanying events. Spanning over 12 days, the festival attracted crowds of enthusiastic audiences, documentary film aficionados, and […]
CINEMA OPEN TO YOUNGSTERS is a new project of the Gdynia Film Center implemented as part of the European initiative Collaborate to Innovate by 3 Polish studio cinemas associated in Europa Cinemas. We invite children and youth to participate.
The Mayor of Gdynia announced an open competition for film projects - education and cultural projects (e.g. festivals, events, workshops). We invite non-governmental organizations registered in Poland to submit applications for co-financing of their projects in 2023. They can get up to PLN 60,000. Application deadline: February 20, 2023.
It is an event addressed to professionals involved in the distribution of films: owners and operators of traditional cinemas, studio cinemas, multiplexes and film distributors, producers of cinema equipment and service providers related to the cinema market. The Forum is a closed event, intended for accredited persons.
Representatives of Gdynia took part in the 4th UNESCO Creative Cities Forum in the field of Film in Bitola, North Macedonia, on 21-23 November. The theme of the conference was highlighting the role of women in media. Łukasz Cichowski from the Department of Culture of the City of Gdynia and Kinga Plicht from the Gdynia […]
The winners of the Golden and Silver Lions and the individual awards in the Main Competition were announced at the Closing Gala of the 47th Polish Film Festival on Saturday, 17th September 2022, in the Musical Theatre in Gdynia. The awards in the Main Competition were granted by the Jury of the 47th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, […]
On September 12-17, 2022, Gdynia will host a great celebration of Polish cinema, the 47th Polish Film Festival. The Festival programme comprises of: two competition sections (Main Competition, Short Film Competition), numerous non-competition sections, as well as accompanying events.
The red patio next to the building of Gdynia Film Center on Grunwaldzki Square will become the stage for a long list of activities addressed to the inhabitants of the Tri-City and tourists visiting Gdynia.
Gdynia has joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) in November 2021.