Best Polish 30'

The Best Fireworks Ever
60 Kilos of Nothing
American Dream
(English friendly)

  • 30' for 30!
    • Come and see best Polish short films! On Saturday 10/03 and Sunday 11/03 everyone who is in her/his thirties may buy special ticket for 10 zł. Regular price is 14 zł, reduced 12 zł. All you need to do is to present your ID with the date of birth (19791988) at the cash desk.

  • About

    • What can you usually do in 30 minutes? You can read a newspaper, do the shopping, cook a dinner, run 5 km... But sometimes 30 minutes is enough to tell an incredible story that will stay in your memory forever! Best Polish short films, screened and awarded at the most important film festivals, now on the big screen! We present you three excellent thirties: the revelation of this year's festival in Cannes, young and incredibly talented Aleksandra Terpińska and her movie The Best Fireworks Ever [Najpiękniejsze fajerwerki ever], sensational Grzegorz Damięcki in 60 Kilos of Nothing [60 kilo niczego] by Piotr Domalewski the director of the best Polish movie of 2017, Silent Night [Cicha noc], and last but not least American Dream [Amerykański sen], which charmed movie-goers at the Warsaw Film Festival and received the Audience Award.


  • The Best Fireworks Ever
    • [Najpiękniejsze fajerwerki ever] dir. Aleksandra Terpińska, Poland 2017, 28'

    • One day from the carefree life of three friends, who have to change their plans for the future in the face of a military conflict in their country.


  • 60 Kilos of Nothing
    • [60 kilo niczego] dir. Piotr Domalewski, Poland 2017, 27'

    • A cold morning in an opencast ore mine. Krzysztof stars his first day at work as a manager. In order to survive in an environment dominated by physical workers, in which he is clearly out of place, he intends to lead with a firm hand. However, when one of his employees falls victim to an unexpected accident, Krzysztofs moral principles will be put to the ultimate test. Our protagonist will have to learn that it is easy to hold firm in favourable circumstances, but it is much harder to stand up in the face of evil when the consequences may be tragic.


  • American Dream
    • [Amerykański sen] dir. Marek Skrzecz, Poland 2016, 26'

    • Głuchołazy, which used to a bustling town in the 90s, is now slowly dying. It is struggling with unemployment, and many of its inhabitants have already abandoned it. In this dead-end place, teenage Szymon decides to fulfil his big dream of becoming an American wrestler!

Films will be screened in Polish with English subtitles.

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