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European film centre planned in Poland's Toruń  

22.11.2021 15:15
A new European film centre will be built in the north-central Polish city of Toruń under plans announced by officials.
Polands Culture Minister Piotr Gliński attends a news conference in Toruń last week .
Poland's Culture Minister Piotr Gliński attends a news conference in Toruń last week .Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański

The Camerimage European Film Centre will be home to the annual Camerimage festival, which is dedicated to the art of cinematography and masters of film photography.

The project to build the facility is a joint initiative by the Polish culture ministry, the mayor of Toruń, and the Tumult Foundation, which started the prestigious Camerimage film festival.

Based in the historic Polish city, the new centre will be an international boon to Poland’s film industry as well as a venue to host exhibitions and various other cultural and educational events, officials have said.

The design of the centre has been selected through an international architectural competition in which 102 studios from 20 countries participated.

Austrian architectural firm Baymschlager Eberte Lustenau won the competition with its design.

The centre is scheduled to be completed in 2025 and is expected to cost PLN 600 million (EUR 137m, USD 156m).

Radio Poland's Agnieszka Bielawska has the story.

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