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Warsaw Film Festival take 36

09.10.2020 12:00
A total of 170 movies from 56 countries, including eight world premieres, will be screened during the annual Warsaw Film Festival, which opens in the Polish capital on Friday.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
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The festival's director, Stefan Laudyn, has told reporters that films featured this year will address a diverse range of social and political problems, including the global coronavirus pandemic.

Laudyn has previously said that films screened at the annual event focus on key contemporary issues and are selected exclusively for their artistic value.

The festival runs until October 18 and is being held for the 36th time.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, screenings will be held with safety protocols in place, allowing the theaters to be filled to only half capacity and requiring viewers to wear face masks and keep a safe distance, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.

For details of screenings, go to wff.pl.


Source: IAR