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Summer with Thrillers
July 30, 2012   
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Pigs, a crime movie by Polish director Władysław Pasikowski, has been voted the best Polish thriller in an online poll held in the run-up to the first Kołobrzeg Film Festival. The film will be screened during the Aug. 9 opening ceremony of the festival, which runs until Aug. 12.

Other movies that were entered for the online vote will also be shown during the festival, which is being held in the popular summer resort of Kołobrzeg on the Baltic coast.

These include Pitbull and Hans Kloss. Stakes Higher Than Death by Patryk Vega, Sara by Maciej ¦lesicki, Last Drive by Jerzy Batory, The Involving by Jacek Bromski, and Big Shar by Sylwester Chęciński.

Festival audiences will also see three films by Wojciech Wójcik, an acclaimed Polish director of crime movies and thrillers. The titles are Karate Polish Style, Private Investigation and Three Days Without Sentence.

Every night after sunset, vintage Polish movies will be screened in a series entitled Black-and-White, including The Murderer Leaves a Trace by Aleksander ¦cibor-Rylski, Last Witness by Jerzy Batory, and Rule and Fist by Jerzy Hoffman and Edward Skórzewski. Vacationers in Kołobrzeg will also see entries submitted for the Creative Short Films in 3D competition.

On Aug. 11, the local beach will host the festival’s Night Moviethon featuring the Swedish Millennium trilogy: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.

The organizers will also show movies for younger audiences, including Wolf by Daniel Alfredson and The Car and the Knights Templar, a popular Polish television series starring Stanisław Mikulski
Along with movie showings, festival audiences will be able to attend meetings with movie stars, directors and film makers. On Aug. 11, they will be treated to a spectacular show featuring daredevil stunts and pyrotechnics on Kołobrzeg beach. Kids will be able to take part in professional auditions and one of the festival’s co-organizers, the Multi-Art Academy from Cracow, will hold movie workshops.

More details at www.sensacyjnelato.pl
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