29th Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival

The Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival is returning this fall on November 4 – 6, 2022.

An important change to note is that the Festival will be taking place entirely at the State Theater, 233 State Street, downtown Ann Arbor.
It will not be at its usual location at the Michigan Theater due to construction activities underway.

Movie line-up and other program details will be announced as they become available.

29th Film Competition Winners

Andrzej Dolata Award for Best Debut
is given to director Katarzyna Lazzeri 
for the film Podlasie. Granica światów/Podlasie. The Edge of the Worlds


Ewa Pięta Award for Best Documentary
is given to director Ada Smyk
for the film Kulisy/Backstage.

Noc za dnia

Best Short Film Award
is given to director Katarzyna Sikorska
for the film Noc za dnia/When the Night Comes.

2022 Film Competition

The Festival  Organizer is pleased to reveal the lineup of documentaries and short films selected for the upcoming 29th Festival, taking place November 4 through 6, 2022.
The winners will be announced at the Festival opening in the State Theatre on November 4th at 7pm.


dir. Ada Smyk

Na wstrzymanym oddechu/Holding Your Breath
dir. Katarzyna Sikorska

Podlasie. Granica światów/Podlasie. The Edge of the Worlds
dir. Katarzyna Lazzeri

dir. Natalia Koryncka-Gruz

Taka twoja uroda/That’s the Beauty of You
dir. Katarzyna Górniak, Magda Łucyan


Ceremonia/The Ceremony
dir. Tadeusz Kabicz

Droga/The Road
dir. Edyta Wróblewska

dir. Grzegorz Piekarski

Noc za dnia/When the Night Comes
dir. Katarzyna Sikorska

Stancja/The Last Room on the Left
dir. Adrian Apanel


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