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Mateusz Jarża: Ambitious films are made in Poland

Mateusz Jarża, the director of Play Poland Film Festival has praised contemporary Polish films for showing the reality exactly as it is. Here’s an interview with Mr. Jarża.

Polish cinema wins hearts of British cinema-goers

Play Poland Film Festival, the biggest event which promotes Polish cinema in the UK has managed to win hearts of British cinema-goers.

More than 10,000 people came to watch screenings of the best Polish films from September to December 2012, during the second 4-month edition of the festival.

“Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola” comedy-drama set for release

The breath-taking backdrop of Haryana in North India is the setting for the new comedy-drama “Matru Ki Bijlee ka Mandola”, releasing in cinemas on 11th January 2013 by Twentieth Century Fox.

The rustic romance is set in a small, picturesque farming village, where three protagonists’ lives entwine with bitter-sweet and unexpected results.

Chimuzinga: “To The End Of The Road” highlights problems immigrants face in UK

Here’s an exclusive interview Gibson Tawanda Chimuzinga, Director of  “To The End Of The Road” granted The AfroNews.

To the End of the Road - New movie puts spotlight on immigration officers’ brutality

A new film narrating a gripping story about life in the UK as a first generation immigrant family is set for release this month.

“To the End of the Road” directed by Gibson Tawanda Chimuzinga, is a film that will provoke serious debates and reflections not only on how immigration officials in the UK use their powers, but also on their attitudes towards asylum seekers and immigrants.