Spring is in full swing, but we still have the most intense festival month ahead of us. However, there's no reason to be sad. Polish short film will be screened in South Korea, France, Finland, and Germany.

The Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film was held at the beginning of the month. Its program included the animated films 98kg by Izabela Plucińska and Fury by Julia Siuda. This isn't the only German festival where you can see our short films. The audience will get to see two Polish fiction films at the Neisse Film Festival – Stagnant by Konrad Kultys and Liberty by Joanna Różniak.

Past the German border, it's time to cross the French one. We Are Not There Tomorrow by Olga Kłyszewicz has been invited into the competition at La Cienef - 75th Festival de Cannes. You can read about it here. A short while later, Crumbs of Life by Katarzyna Miechowicz and Co-ognition by Przemysław Świda will travel to Finland.

One Polish animated short will go beyond the European border. Daria Kopiec's Your Own Bullshit will be competing for awards at the Seoul International Senior Film Festival.

A complete list of festival screenings is available here.