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Making Waves: New Seaside Film Festival
August 29, 2012   
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Fans had a chance to meet movie stars and to debate the state of Polish cinema at a new film festival held in the popular Baltic Sea resort of Ko這brzeg Aug. 9 to 12. Hundreds of visitors were treated to a show featuring daredevil stunts and pyrotechnics on the local beach, watched the Swedish Millennium trilogy during a Night Moviethon, and took in the premiere of a new Polish film entitled Yuma—in an event that was attended by some of the movie’s actors.

During the festival, which focused on thriller and action movies, director Wojciech W鎩cik was handed the Ko這brzeg Film Award for his contribution to Polish cinema.

The Public’s Award went to director W豉dys豉w Pasikowski, whose 1992 film Pigs was voted the best Polish thriller in an online poll held in the run-up to the festival.

Actor Stanis豉w Mikulski, famous for Poland’s cult 1960s TV series More Than Life at Stake, was handed the Icon of Polish Cinema award during the festival’s opening gala.

Andrzej Stachecki, one of the festival’s organizers, said, “We hope that from now on the Ko這brzeg Film Festival will be a highly visible part of the cultural scene in Poland.”
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