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The Polish Film Festival opens

Posted at 12:45 pm, March 24, 2011 in Arts & Entertainment

© Made in PolandThe 9th edition of the annual Polish Film Festival, Kinoteka, opens across London tomorrow. Showcasing the latest in Polish cinema – like opening film, controversial punk rock drama ‘Made in Poland’ (above), wartime coming-of-age story ‘Venice’ and Irish-set romance ‘Nothing Personal’ (below) – alongside Communist-era classics like sketch comedy ‘How to Gain Women, Money and Fame’ and oddball superhero satire ‘Hydro-Riddle’ and plenty of shorts, Kinoteka offers a great overview of Polish film past, present and future. Time Out’s picks include all of the above, plus grim fraternal crime drama ‘Mother Teresa of Cats’ and nippy gangland thriller ‘The Christening’.

See Time Out reviews and kinoteka.org.uk.

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