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    The New Horizons Studio Hosts New Talent from Europe

    “Investing in talented European professionals is essential for the competitiveness of the European audiovisual industry” Sari Vartiainen, the Head of Creative Europe – MEDIA Unit said. And this is one of the many purposes of the New Horizons Studio, a workshop for young filmmakers held in the frame...

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    Polish Days at the 2014 T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival

    Industry representatives from all over the world watch the latest Polish films at closed screenings, and film producers as well as financial backers look for Polish projects to get involved in at Polish Days, the most important industry event at the T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival....

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    Review: Agnieszka Holland's Moving Epic 'Burning Bush' Depicts a World Aflame

    Written by neophyte screenwriter Štěpán Hulík and directed by the Czech-educated Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland ("Europa, Europa"), "Burning Bush" restages a landmark event in modern Czech history.

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    How Do U.S. Indies Find Audiences Abroad? This Polish Festival Has the Answer

    Often because of a lack of Polish or wider European distribution, films that already are on DVD in the U.S. are a rare commodity at Off Plus Camera outside of festival screenings.

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    Ida-Road to Divinity Via the Sins of the Past

    An immaculate life of solitude and devotion to God is a commitment marked by sacrifice for which not many are prepared. Giving up mundane and carnal pleasures for a state of plentiful spirituality is not simple undertaking. There must be no doubt, no curiosity to experience the world outside the val...

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    Interview: Ida by Pawel Pawlikowski

    There were two ways to look at this film: as a conceit, as in, “what a great story – a girl about to take her vows in the convent which raised her discovers she is Jewish and returns to the society which destroyed her family” -- or as a journey of a fresh soul into the heart of humanity and finds th...

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    How the Director of 'Ida' Turned Polish History Into Compelling Drama

    The movie may not contain an obviously historical impulse, but that's not to say it doesn't embrace a historical moment.

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    Review: How the Bleak Drama 'Ida' Channels Ingmar Bergman Movies

    Pawel Pawlikowski's gorgeously bleak "Ida" is a keen retrograde study of classic European cinema that simultaneously feels timeless.

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