In March, the spring festival season starts for good. This month, Polish short feature films will be shown, among others, in Bulgaria, Germany and Canada.

In the first half of March, in Bulgaria, at the Sofia International Film Festival, a review dedicated to Polish film, "Focus on Poland," will be held. Within the frames of this review, the programme Next: Polish Shorts will be presented, thanks to which you can watch six Polish short films, including three feature films: "Weightlifter" by Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk, "1410" by Damian Kocur and "Tremors" by Dawid Bodzak.

This month, the short feature film by Bodzak was also invited to the Medina del Campo Film Festival in Spain and to the Vilnius Film Festival in Lithuania. The film "Scars" by Zofia Kowalewska will also be shown there. And "1410" will appear at the FebioFest in Slovakia as well.

This month, two screenings are in store for "Daughter by Mary Tamkovicz. The feature film will be present at the festival Film Week Regensburg in Germany and at the 23rd REGARD Saguenay International Short Film Festival in Canada.

In March, the audience of the international festivals will also watch: "The Frog King" by Arek Biedrzycki at the Bunter Hund ISFF in Germany, "Off the Hook" by Pat Howl Kostyszyn at the Kontrast Film Festival, "Bogdan and Rose" by Milena Dutkowska at the Cleveland Film Festival in the USA, and "Szpilki" by Juan Alejandro Bermudez Martinez at the Festival International du Film d'Aubagne in France.

You can read about the screenings of short documentary films on the website of the Polish Docs and about animated films – on the website of the Polish Animations.

The up-to-date list of festival screenings is available here