Six hard-to-find films are now available in brightly colored restorations.
This heavily-panned film adaptation of the hit television series is better than you'd think and more fun when viewed, like the series, at home.
The collapsing world order is chillingly illuminated in Denis Villeneuve’s stark cartel thriller.
The 40th Gdynia Film Festival, rich in inspiring and original cinema yet marred by an unexpected tragedy, felt like experiencing "ten years of emotions" in six days.
A warning, a wake-up call and one helluva wild ride, Jerzy Skolimowski’s sensational city symphony is the masterpiece of this year’s Gdynia Film Festival.
In the context of the current crisis, new movies about migrations into and out of Poland gain extra resonance at the Gdynia Film Festival.
The New Urbanism Film Festival looks at how America might become more modern – by turning back to the better aspects of its past.
A warring couple, an Ayahuasca-bearing Shaman, and a teenage boy with serious body obsessions were among the "Visions Apart" selections at Gdynia.
Two female-focused family portraits prove to be entrancing gems in this year's Main Competition at Gdynia.
Fraught father/daughter relationships come under the spotlight in two Main Competition films, the brilliant, uncanny Body/Ciało and the modest mainstream drama Life Must Go On.