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Unique knife of an early medieval scribe discovered in Pasym
Unique knife used by early medieval scribe has been discovered in the Pasym castle (Warmia and Mazury). The VIII-IX century knife is the only such object known from Poland. The closest similar objects come from Great Britain, Frisia or Norway.
Polish actress wins Swedish film award
Polish actress Julia Kijowska has won the Swedish Film Institute’s Guldbagge Award for the Best Actress in a Supporting Role category for her performance in the film "Strawberry Days."
Only the truth is interesting
The centenary of regaining independence by Poland is also an opportunity to pay tribute to the 100th anniversary of independent Polish culture. One its most eminent representatives was no doubt Józef Mackiewicz – a Polish writer, reporter and political journalist. January 31 marks the 32nd anniversary of his death. On this occasion Poland.pl talks to Prof. Maciej Urbanowski, chairman of the Józef Mackiewicz Literary Prize.
'Loving Vincent' nominated for Oscar
Polish-British animated film Loving Vincent has been nominated for an Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday.
Netflix to begin shooting its first Polish original series
Video-on-demand provider Netflix is about to start filming its first Polish-language original series.
Poles in New York to pay homage to Paderewski
On February 21st a gala dedicated to Ignacy Paderewski will be held in New York’s Carnegie Hall. Michal Rusinski, the organiser of the event and the head of the GP Club in New York, talks to us about the gala.
The Kraków Nativity Scene Contest Exhibition in Celestat
The first edition of the contest was organized in 1937 by the Municipal Art Propaganda Office of the Kraków Municipal Board, and was initiated by Jerzy Dobrzycki, the then director of the Office.
Thai royal pianos renovated in Poland
Three 19th-century grand pianos belonging to the Thai royal collection have undergone a thorough makeover in Poland.
Polish filmmakers win European Film Awards
Polish-British film “Loving Vincent” has won the European Film Award in the animated feature film category.
The mysterious Xawery Pruszyński
A talented columnist, a skilled diplomat and a "Prince of Reportage"... But not the best of drivers – this is the impression that can be obtained by reading recollections of the life of Xawery Pruszyński, who would have turned 110 this year. On this occasion, the Jagiellonian University together with the French university in Lille have prepared an international conference in Krakow. Poland.pl spoke to its coordinator, Prof. Maciej Urbanowski from the Department of Contemporary Critics at the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University.
CD with Polish music nominated for prestigious award
A 2-CD album featuring an oratorio by Polish composer Feliks Nowowiejski has been nominated for the 2018 International Classical Music Award in the "Choral Works" category.