Poland cinema industry is developing in huge steps. In January 2020 polish film Corpus Christi (Boże Ciało) directed by Jan Komasa has all the chances to become one of the Oscar nominates as the best international film. According to the words of Radoslaw Smigulski, the general director of the Polish Film Institute, one of the main goals of the cinema industry in the country by now – is to boost national film production, promote talents and to collaborate in the international level. As a result, in 2020 we will have a great opportunity to get acquainted with Polish films even better. Here there are 10 the most anticipated films produced in Poland, which will be released soon.

“Jak zostałem gangsterem. Historia prawdziwa”

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Date: 3 January 2020
Director: Maciej Kawulski'
Starring: Marcin Kowalczyk, Tomasz Włosok, Natalia Szroeder, Jan Frycz, Janusz Chabior, Adam Woronowicz and others.

This film, based on the real story, describes the life of the person whose life is full of crimes and violence. He is ruthless to other people except for his girlfriend and best friend. What will happen to him when he gets the opportunity to raise his gangster’s talent on a completely new level.

Mayday”

Mayday

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Date: 10 January 2020
Director: Sam Akina
Starring: Piotr Adamczyk, Anna Dereszowska, Weronika Książkiewicz, Andrzej Grabowski, Ewa Kasprzyk, Tomasz Oświeciński. 

A comedy about a man who lives a “double” life – he has two wives and hides them from each other all the time. Maybe he could do this forever, but one situation changed his life completely. Now the main character has to leave everything and to start a trip with a friend. Will see how it ends.

"Psy 3. W imię zasad"

PSY

Date : 17 January 2020
Director: Władysław Pasikowski
Starring: Bogusław Linda, Cezary Pazura, Marcin Dorociński, Sebastian Fabijański, Tomasz Schuchardt, Mirosław Baka, Jan Frycz 

The return of the legend. This film really means a lot for the polish audience. Franz Maurer spent the last 25 years in prison. Now he has to get used to a new life but destiny has another plan. New old heroes are again on the big screen.

"365 dni"

365 dni

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Date: 7 February 2020
Director: Barbara Białowąs
Starring: Anna Maria Sieklucka, Michele Morrone, Grażyna Szapołowska, Tomasz Stockinger, Magdalena Lamparska, Natasza Urbańska, and others.

A polish answer to „50 Shades of Grey“. This film based on the book by Blanka Lipinska is widely discussed in the press and is expected to become one of the main events in polish cinema in the next few months. Anna Maria Sieklucka and Michele Morrone, starring in the production, already woke up popular. It seems this film about true love with erotic elements will not leave anyone indifferent.

Prawdziwe życie aniołów“

„Prawdziwe życie aniołów“

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Date: February 2020
Director: Artur Więcek
Starring: Kinga Preis, Michał Majnicz, Jerzy Trela and Anna Dymna

The story about the popular actor Adam who lost the ability to speak after an extensive stroke. He will never play again, his career is probably ended. But Adam’s wife is ready to struggle with the illness and bring her husband back to life.

W LESIE DZIŚ NIE ZAŚNIE NIKT

W LESIE DZIŚ NIE ZAŚNIE NIKT

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Date: 13 March 2020
Director: Bartosz M. Kowalski
Starring: Julia Wieniawa, Wiktoria Gąsiewska, Stanisław Cywka, Sebastian Dela, Michał Lupa, Mirosław Zbrojewicz, Gabriela Muskała

The group of teenagers starts a trip to the offline camp. But they can’t even imagine what is waiting there. In a new world without the Internet, they will struggle with something really dangerous and will together figure out the power of love, help, and friendship.

Tarapaty 2

Tarapaty 2

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Date: 18 September 2020
Director: Marta Karwowska
Starring: Zbigniew Zamachowski, Tomasz Zietek, Sandra Korzeniak, Marta Malikowska, and others.

This story about kids who decided to prove that their aunt hasn’t stolen the world-famous picture from the museum will be enjoyed by the whole family. Main сharacters get into such troubles and adventures that the viewers will have to worry about them a lot.

„Magnezja“

„Magnezja“

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Date: 2 October 2020
Director: Maciej Bochniak 
Starring: Maja Ostaszewska, Andrzej Chyra, Mateusz Kościukiewicz, Dawid Ogrodnik, Magdalena Boczarska, Agata Kulesza, and Borys Szyc

This film will bring the viewer back to the 1920-1930 years. Events unfold on the Polish-Soviet border. At the epicenter of the plot is a woman who took control of a criminal clan after her father’s death. Will she be able to defend herself? Will she be able to withstand the new conditions and move forward?

"Orzeł. Ostatni patrol"

"Orzeł. Ostatni patrol"

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Date: Autumn 2020
Director: Jacek Bławut 
Starring: Tomasz Schuchardt, Adam Woronowicz, Tomasz Ziętek, Antoni Pawlicki, Mateusz Kościukiewicz, Filip Pławiak, and Rafał Zawierucha 

The crew of an ultramodern Polish submarine is forced to fight with enemy ships and elude opponents. But the atmosphere inside the team is becoming more intense with every minute. Something is about to happen soon.

„Najmro”

„Najmro”

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Date: November 2020
Director: Mateusz Rakowicz 
Starring: Dawid Ogrodnik, Robert Więckiewicz, Rafał Zawierucha, Jakub Gierszał, Andrzej Andrzejewski, and Olga Bołądź 

The true life-story of the legendary Zdzisław Najmrodzki. During the time of the Polish People’s Republic, he escaped from prison and law enforcement agencies 29 times, becoming one of the most prominent representatives of his era.