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Łódź named UNESCO City of Film
As one of 64 cities representing 44 countries, the central Polish city of Łódź has joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) as a City of Film.
Sejm proclaims 2018 Zbigniew Herbert Year
On Friday, the Polish Sejm unanimously passed a resolution proclaiming 2018 Zbigniew Herbert Year in tribute to the deceased poet who was ranked among 20th century's most outstanding Polish poets and writers.
The greatest Polish painter of the Young Poland movement, active in Munich and Paris. Her most famous 1894 portrait of an unknown child Girl with Chrysanthemums fascinated her contemporaries by its symbolist atmosphere and psychological insight.
Loving Vincent shortlisted for European Film Academy Award
A Polish-British animation entitled Loving Vincent has been nominated for the 2017 European Film Academy Award in the "Animated Feature Film" category.
The artist puts science into motion
You have not seen such phenomenal simulations of natural process before! Polish visual artist Norman Leto illustrated the history of the Universe. And it is a wrinkled and rattling universe. Polish popular science film "Photon" premiered on October 6.
Poland’s creative industry promoted in Copenhagen
Thanks to the efforts of the Polish Embassy in Copenhagen, Danes were given the opportunity to become acquainted with the most interesting Polish industrial design projects.
Rubinstein Festival opens in Łódź
Monday is the first day of the fifth International Music Festival dedicated to legendary Polish-born pianist Artur Rubinstein which is held in the city of Łódź.
Conrad of our times
Representatives of the UK-based Jerzy Peterkiewicz Educational Foundation tell Poland.pl why the patron of their association is still important ten years after his death. Rosemary Hunt-Marciniak, Carol O'Brien and Alicja Moskal - literary translators and critics - knew the writer personally and despite the passage of years are still impressed by his work and his personality.
The 9th “Defiant, Unvanquished, Enduring” Film Festival
The four-day festival included films on recent Polish history, documentaries, radio programmes, concerts, multimedia presentations, art installations, fashion, workshops, exhibitions, as well as discussion panels with outstanding guests.
In Poland, Turkey has always been an object of interest as a country that’s exotic but relatively close geographically. Do holidaymakers on the Turkish Riviera realize that the tradition of Polish travels to Turkey goes back 600 years?
Polish history 3D animation hits web
A short 3D film released online by Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) recounts Poland's unsung part in World War II and the country's 50-year-long path to independence.