Kraków Film Festival (KFF)

Sunday May 31 - Sunday Jun 7       Al. Krasińskiego 34
Update: This year's Kraków Film Festival - the 60th edition - will take place as scheduled, but entirely online. Each film will be available to watch only during the specified time in the programme (available online from mid-April), and only in Poland (you must have a Polish VPN). After screenings, the typical Q&A sessions with filmmakers and actors will take place online through social media and the festival online broadcast, and are free and available to everyone. Tickets will be onsale through the festival website at significant discounts due to the new format, and though nothing compares to the traditional festival atmosphere, this year's format does have its advantages: it's cheaper, with a pass you can watch over 250 top new films from the comfort of your home, and what else have you really got to do these days? #stayathome.

You may have heard of this festival, which had its humble beginnings in 1961 when it was known as the Polish Short Film Festival. Over the years, it evolved from its initial aim of celebrating native film to additionally encapsulate an international repertoire of documentary, animated and short feature films. Nowadays, the KFF is one of the select few Polish film festivals that qualify in the big leagues like the Oscars and the European Film Awards. Bringing together hundreds of homegrown and international directors, producers and all-around film lovers, this festival is an 8-day paradise for all things film. Expect to get your movie fix with screenings of over 250 films from all over the world, accompanied by various exhibitions, concerts, open-air shows and meetings with artists.



May 31 2020 - Jun 7 2020
Kijów Centrum
Al. Krasińskiego 34
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