Danish producers spent two months in Poland filming a Scandinavian family TV series "Thannanaya". Poland was selected thanks to the large variety of available locations.
The shooting of "My Name is Sara" has just been completed after 45 filming days in Podlasie, in the north-eastern Poland. The post-production of this American picture set during the Second World War will also take place in Poland.
The filming of the new Claire Denis picture, partially produced in Poland, has been completed. The French-German-British-Polish co-production was shot in the Białystok region.
A TV series about an Indian freedom fighter and a national hero was filmed in Malopolska. The shooting was organized by Film Polska Productions.
Academy Award®-nominee Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik will direct the eight-episode season, which will be shot in various cities and regions in Poland. The show is expected to launch to Netflix members around the world in 2018.
In Łódź, filming of a German-Polish co-production "Whatever Happens Next," directed by Julian Pörksen, has ended. Stefan Gieren from Story Bay is the producer and Agnieszka Dziedzic from Koi Studio is the Polish co-producer.
The shooting and editing of "Habit & Armour" have finished. The Polish-Lithuanian-French-German co-production was filmed among others in Gdańsk, Toruń, Warmia and Masuria, and Lithuania.
The shooting of "Werewolf," a Polish-Dutch-German co-production directed by Adrian Panek, started in July. The picture will be filmed among others in the Stołowe Mountains National Park, in the palace in Bulowice and in the Military Technical Museum Riesei-Molke.