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New documentary to promote Poland abroad

28.11.2019 15:40
A new documentary aiming to promote Poland abroad is being produced by American journalist Peter Greenberg in a project commissioned by a Polish foundation, an official said on Thursday.
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The new production, entitled The Hidden Poland, will showcase Poland and its cultural, historical and natural treasures to audiences in Western Europe and the United States, said Marcin Zarzecki, head of the Polish National Foundation.

The publicly-funded Polish organisation seeks to improve the country's international image.

Greenberg previously made a documentary entitled Poland: The Royal Tour, in which Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki takes the Emmy Award-winning journalist and television producer on a tour of some of Poland’s historic landmarks and other important sites.

Filming for The Hidden Poland has already ended, Zarzecki told public broadcaster Polish Radio.

"Thanks to the prestige of the series, the film will provide us with a huge audience," he said.


Source: IAR

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