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Play Poland 2012

The second Play Poland Film Festival kicks off in Birmingham this Friday.  Presented in the city by the Polish Expats Association it aims to promote contemporary Polish cinematography and to help to establish a strong position for contemporary Polish culture outside of Poland.

The  festival features screenings at mac, the Spotted Dog and a free weekend of short films at Ikon. The programme includes feature films, animation, documentaries and experimental short films.

The Birmingham Play Poland Festival programme can be viewed here. If you’d like to check out the films that are being shown across the country, they can be viewed here.

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This entry was posted on September 24, 2012 by in Animation, Art, Festival, Film and tagged , .
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