At the Gdynia Korean Film Festival in the Gdynia Film Center, you have a unique opportunity to see the latest and iconic Korean film productions. See our program and buy tickets - available at the GCF cinema box office or online.
On the occasion of the opening of the National Center of Film Culture, we had the pleasure to visit Łódź - our sister city within the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Alongside the Gdynia delegation, representatives from Galway, Ireland; Potsdam, Germany; Sarajevo, Bosnia; Terrassa and Valladolid, Spain; and Katowice, Poland, visited Łódź.
The city of Gdynia and the Safety Brake Association, organizers of the Film Criticism Days in Gdynia and the Summer Cinema in Orłowo, invite you to a new autumn-winter series of film screenings dedicated to masters of world cinema. The series started on October 19th with the Iranian film "Holy Spider," followed by the renowned Korean film "Parasite" a week later.
On September 23, 2023, at the gala in the Musical Theatre in Gdynia, we learned about the winners of this year's awards at the 48th Gdynia Polish Film Festival. The film "Kos" (dir. Paweł Maślona) received the Golden Lions, while the Silver Lions went to "Imago" (dir. Olga Chajdas). The Platinum Lions, awarded for the overall contribution to creativity, were received by the production designer Allan Starski.