Germany is the guest of the 2017 edition of the festival. On this occasion, we screen a subjective panorama of the young generation of German cinema, with audacious, ambitious, creative and generous films.
Raúl DE LA FUENTE and Damian NENOW
Poland, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Hungary
Another day of life delivers a documented and exalted rereading of Ryszard Kapuscinski's eponymous book, immersing the viewer in the heart of Angola in the 1970s, and in Africa's dreams of independence.
The story of a young athlete discovering his homosexuality, while his girlfriend tries to cling onto him.
Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden
Alicja has lost her memory. When her family finally finds her, she is forced to take on the role of mother, daughter and wife with complete strangers.
The biopic focuses on the early career of cardio surgeon Zbigniew Religa.
In Poland in the 1960s, an orphaned girl raised in a convent meets the only living member of her family. She then discovers a dark family secret from the Nazi occupation.
Dorota KOBIELA and Hugh WELCHMAN
United Kingdom, Poland
Loving Vincent is the first animated feature film made exclusively through hand-painted canvases, based on 120 paintings and 800 handwritten letters by Van Gogh.
Poland, Germany, Finland
The film shows the other side of the Russian high-performance athlete training system, following the dramas that accompany hard physical and mental work.
Adam unexpectedly visits his family house at Christmas after a few years of working abroad. No family member knows about his secret plans and the real reasons of his visit.
Agnieszka HOLLAND and Kasia ADAMIK
Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Slovakia
Duszejko lives in a mountain village where mysterious murders occur. She wonders about the nature of these murders and wonders if they could be committed by wild animals.
Mula lives with her family in the country. Just before her daughter's First Holy Communion, Mula's long lost sister pays them a visit. The family believes in reconciliation, but Mula has her reasons to feel afraid of Kaja.
Comic and tragic scenes from the lives of police officers in the Warsaw Traffic Department.
As a mother Ewa appears to be well out of her depth, whilst as a wife, she long feels alienated from her husband. And the village gossips about an affair that causes her great embarrassment.