POLISH SHORT FILM REVIEW AT SERBIAN FESTIVAL
The organisers of the 70. Martovski Festival – Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival have decided to treat the audience to a special review of the most interesting Polish short films of recent years. The program of the event includes as many as six Polish films.
Martovski Festival – Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival is one of the oldest film festivals in the world. The event is held over six days and showcases the most interesting documentaries and short films from around the world. This year's edition is special, with a lavish jubilee accompanied by a wealth of special events and shows.
One of the special sections includes screenings of four Polish short films. The program includes the following animated films: 98 kg by Izabela Plucińska and Too Late by Kinga Syrek, the documentary The Way by Wojtek Kozakiewicz, and the fiction film Slave by Grzegorz Piekarski.
Polish productions have also made it into the international competition. Toothless by Andrea Guizar and First Last Summer by Nastazja Gonera will be competing for its awards.
You can find out more about the festival here.