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Thrills in Ko這brzeg
June 27, 2013   
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The coastal resort of Ko這brzeg is preparing to host its second film festival. The event, which runs from Aug. 8 to 11, is targeted at fans of thrillers and crime movies and aims to showcase the best Polish and European films from these genres in the summer setting of a seaside town. The screenings will take place at the Regional Culture Center in Ko這brzeg and at the local beach.

This year’s festival will feature some 30 films, including Polish productions such as Wojciech Smarzowski’s Drog闚ka (Traffic Department—2013), Ryszard Bugajski’s Uk豉d zamkni皻y (Closed Circuit—2013), Eugeniusz Korin’s S瘼 (The Vulture—2013), W豉dys豉w Pasikowski’s Pok這sie (Aftermath—2012), and Maciej Kowalewski’s Trzy siostry T (Three Sisters T—2011).

European thrillers will include A Hijacking (2012) by Danish director Tobias Lindholm; Swedish film Headhunters, directed by Morten Tyldum (2011); Black’s Game by Oskar Thor Axelsson, named the best Icelandic film of 2012; German film Guardian Angel (2012), by actor-turned-director Til Schweiger and not shown in Poland so far; and In the Shadow, this year’s Czech Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film by director David Ondricek, set in the 1950s.

The festival will also feature top Polish crime comedies selected by viewers in an online poll.

On the third day of the festival, Aug. 10, an all-night movie marathon will be held, hosted by well-known film critic Tomasz Raczek. During this year’s moviethon, thanks to a team-up with internet film service Vodeon, Raczek will present films that have amassed a cult following among online movie fans, including Panic Button, directed by Chris Crow (2011), and Super Shark directed by Fred Olen Ray (2011). Before noon, films for children will be screened.

Festival guests will include well-known Polish actors, directors and scriptwriters, such as Gra篡na Szapo這wska, Renata Dancewicz, Ewa Szykulska and Janusz Gajos. Other attractions for viewers will include film makeup demonstrations, an outdoor game for families and many surprises prepared together with the city of Ko這brzeg and specialty television channel AXN.

Admission to all screenings and accompanying events is free.
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