“She provided me with shelter, putting her own life and that of her family in danger,” said the director.
“Galician fairy tale” wins Poland’s top literary prize and story of Canadian abuse takes readers’ award
Radek Rak won the Nike Award 2020 for his reimagining of 19th-century Polish history.
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Pionier 1907 in Szczecin describes itself as the oldest cinema in the world, but has now been forced to suspend operations.
The last one to be built, in 1912, was demolished in the 1920s after Poland regained its independence.
Filling the gap this unique space leaves behind will be a major challenge for the city.
Local authorities have won a court battle to prevent their statue from being removed under a “decommunisation” law.
Many artists warn that restrictions are unfair and theatres could die.
Leżajsk once had a large Jewish population and it remains an important site for Hasidic Jews.
The film is based on the work of Nobel Prize-winning Polish author Władysław Reymont.
As Polish public radio becomes politicised, presenters are creating independent crowdfunded alternatives
New funding methods and technologies have both benefits and drawbacks.
For the first time in English, Notes from Poland presents a lost story by Polish Jewish writer Bruno Schulz, translated by Stanley Bill.
The regime saw rock as a way to contain revolt, not incite it.
Polish state radio accused of censorship after removing chart-topping song critical of ruling party chairman
The head of the station claims the chart was “manipulated”
Stanley Bill talks to Juliette Bretan about the music, cinema, and stars of interwar Poland, presenting seven classic songs.