In February, the festival in Clermont-Ferrand is held, one of the most important short film festivals, at which one can see three Polish films. Check out where Polish short films appear this month.

Three Polish films are invited to the international competition at the festival in Clermont-Ferrand: "Sexy Laundry" by Izabela Plucińska, "No Matter What Happens, I Love You" by Justyna Mytnik and "A Documentary Film" by Marcin Podolec. At the same time, the animated film "Domestication" by Sylwia Gaweł will compete for the award at the Anima festival in Brussels, while "Woolen Cogwheels" by Bartosz Kędzierski will be shown in the Netherlands at the European Youth Film Festival. This animation will be also shown at Perth festival in Australia, and at the Animated Film Forum in Egypt, where other Polish productions are also included in the competition: "under_construction" by Marcin Wojciechowski, "Moko" by Marta Szymańska, "But she's nice," by Tomasz Pilarski and "Summer 2014" by Wojciech Sobczyk.

"The Place" by Julia Popławska will have three competition screenings in February. The film will be shown at the International Documentary Film Festival in Chile, at Punto de Vista International Documentary Film Festival in Spain. "A long time ago in Silesia" by Tomasz Proktowicz will appear twice this month at festivals abroad. The film will be shown at  Chennai International Short Film Festival and at Tally Short Film Festival in the USA.

In the middle of the month, ASI Film Festival  starts in the USA, where the audience will watch "Starting Point" by Michał Szcześniak, and a couple of days later starts  Tofino Film Festival, at which "Object" by Paulina Skibińska will be shown. February festivals end with "Hurly-Burly" by Kuba Czekaj, who will participate in the competition at No Dialogue Film Festival in Great Britain.