POLISH SHORTS AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS IN AUGUST
In August our short films will be travel almost the entire globe. They'll be in Australia, the United States, Brazil, and on our continent. Check out where to watch Polish productions in August.
A festival that lasts an entire month? Why not? The Political Shortfilm - Hamburg Summer Cinema presents the most interesting short films of the past season. It begins on 1 August and the program features Liberty by Joanna Różniak. MoliseCinema Film Festival starts the next day with a competition screening of Airborne by Andrzej Jobczyk.
A premiere screening of Conjunction by Marta Magnuska at the prestigious Locarno Film Festival is also a real treat. You can read more about it here. One surprise is the screening of Pussy by Renata Gąsiorowska. This incredibly popular and award-winning animated film is still invited to international events after many years. This time, the film will be screened before the audience of MICRODOSE Event in the US.
The Melbourne International Film Festival begins in the early days of August. During the 70th edition of the festival, the audience and jury will get to watch Julia Siuda's animated film Fury. The DokuFest International Documentary and Short Film Festival also starts on a similar date. The program features Andrzej Jobczyk's Airborne. The animated film will also be screened in Brazil at the Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival.
Two Polish shorts will also be presented at La Guarimba Film Festival. Venus of Willendorf by Zuzanna Grajcewicz and the animated film My Fat Arse and I by Yelyzaveta Pysmak both have a chance to win the local awards.
This month, The Visit by Mateusz Jarmulski will be screened at the ALPINALE Short Film Festival in Austria, Andrea Guizar's animated film Toothless will be shown at the Flipbook Film Festival in Macedonia, while Denmark's OFF - Odense International Film Festival will feature Julia Siuda's Fury.
The BuSho Film Festival kicks off at the turn of August. The program of this Hungarian festival includes Stagnant by Konrad Kultys.
A complete list of festival screenings is available here.