The Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage has prepared a bill on financial incentives for audiovisual production. The changes are expected to be implemented this year.
Our warmest thoughts and best wishes for wonderful holidays and a very happy New Year!
In 2016, film crews from the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany, and South Korea worked in Poland. Filmmakers made use of the wide variety of Polish locations.
On the 6th and 7th December, film locations and services exhibition FOCUS will take place in London. We invite producers and filmmakers interested in film production in Poland to visit POLISH FILM COMMISSIONS stand.
Three international productions filmed in Poland will have their Polish premieres at film festivals in the following days.
We have just published the third issue of the Polish Film Magazine. You can browse and read it online.
Regional Film Office in Warmia and Masuria, the north-eastern part of the country, is planned to open in January 2017. It will be the twelfth regional film fund in Poland.