Polish Classics À La Mode
The event addressed to the film industry accompanies the rich presentation of Polish classics in the programme of the 46th PFF. We will talk about achievements and future challenges in the digital reconstruction of audiovisual materials.
It’s time to sum up the Polish Film Institute’s Digital Poland programme carried out in 2017–2020 and to present the reconstruction of films by TVP. We will also introduce the latest streaming platform with a vast library of classic films, 35mm online – the project of the Documentary and Feature Films Studio co-financed by Digital Poland.
Event Partners: Polish Film Institute, TVP SA, Documentary and Feature Films Studio, Animated Films Studio
11.00-11.45 Summary of the Digital Poland programme comprising:
– presentation of the Digital Poland Operational Programme – Radosław Śmigulski (Polish Film Institute
– summary of the reconstruction process Maciej Chmiel (Animated Films Studio)
– film presenting the achievements of the Digital Poland Programme (15 min)
– presentation of investments and technologies, including presntation of 35mm online platform Zbigniew Domagalski (Documentary and Feature Films Studio), Joanna Skierska (Documentary and Feature Films Studio), Stanisław Bardadin (Documentary and Feature Films Studio)
11.45-12.00 Presentation of TVP SA reconstruction programme – Przemysław Herburt (TVP SA)
12:00-13:00 Summary of actions concerning Polish classics. Discussion on success, perspectives and plans for the future.
Panellists: Radosław Śmigulski (Polish Film Institute), Joanna Skierska (Documentary and Feature Films Studio), Małgorzata Roguska (Documentary and Feature Films Studio), Andrzej Łucjanek (Fixafilm), Przemysław Herburt (TVP SA), Jędrzej Sabliński (DI FACTORY), Michał Oleszczyk (film historian, academic teacher, collaborates with foreign distributors of classic films), Diana Dąbrowska (film expert, Hommage à Kieślowski Festival programmer)
Host: Łukasz Maciejewski
Location: Mercure Gdynia Centre, Omega Room