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The 32nd Warsaw Film Festival
4 October 2016
 
 
   
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The 32nd Warsaw Film Festival will take place this year from 7 to 16 October in the capital city of Poland. As always, a very rich line-up has been prepared by the festival’s programmers in many different categories. The Balkan presence is once again strong it the 32nd edition of Warsaw FF.

Clair Obscur by Yesim Ustaoglu 

Clair Obscur by Yesim Ustaoglu will screen in the International Competition section, competing along fourteen more feature films for Warsaw Grand Prix, offering 100,000 zlotys.

Park by Sofia Exarchou 

1-2 Competition category, dedicated to first and second feature films by directors from all over the world includes this year Anishoara by Ana Felicia Scutelnicu, the Bulgarian film Hristo by Grigor Lefterov & Todor Matsanov, Sofia Exarchou’s Park and the Croatian/Danish co-production Quit Staring at my Plate by Hana Jusic.

The Beast Is Still Alive by Mina Milena & Vesela Kazakova

Sarajevo Songs of Woe by Fred Kelemen and Train Driver’s Diary by Milos Radovic will compete for the Free Spirit Award, while the Bulgarian documentary The Beast Is Still Alive by Mina Mileva & Vesela Kazakova was selected to participate in the Documentary Competition

Scarred Hearts by Radu Jude

The Special Screenings section will screen among others the omnibus In The Same Garden by Ali Asgari, Adrian Sitaru, Alexandre Rockwell, Rolf De Heer, Gurvinder Singh, Chema García Ibarra, Roger Deutsch, Sergey Bodrov and Andrej Landin (Turkey/USA/Romania/Australia/India/Spain/Italy/Hungary/Sweden, 2016, 125 min), as well as Zrinko Ogresta’s On the Other Side and Scarred Hearts by Radu Jude.

Godless by Ralitza Petrova

Finally, four films will represent the Balkan Peninsula in the Discoveries category and namely Album by Mehmet Can Mertoglu, Dogs by Bogdan Mirica, Godless by Ralitza Petrova and Houston, We Have a Problem! by Ziga Virc.




For more information regarding all the films participating in all categories of the festival please visit Warsaw FF Official Website. 

 
 
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  Park
  On the Other Side
  Dogs
  Houston, We Have A Problem!
  Album
  Godless
  Scarred Hearts
  Train Driver's Diary
  The Beast Is Still Alive
  Quit Staring at My Plate
  Clair Obscur
  Hristo
  Anishoara
  Sarajevo Songs Of Woe
 
  Vesela Kazakova
  Adrian Sitaru
  Radu Jude
  Zrinko Ogresta
  Yesim Ustaoglu
  Hana Jusic
  Milos Radovic
  Mehmet Can Mertoglu
  Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu
  Mina Mileva
  Sofia Exarchou
  Bogdan Mirica
  Ziga Virc
  Ralitza Petrova
  Ali Asgari
  Alexandre Rockwell
  Rolf De Heer
  Gurvinder Singh
  Chema García Ibarra
  Roger Deutsch
  Sergei Bodrov
  Andrej Landin
  Fred Kelemen
  Grigor Lefterov
  Todor Matsanov
 
 
 
 
 
  Warsaw Film Festival - Official Website
 
 
 
 
 
 
       
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