KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival (12 November - 6th December) has today announced its new fully online programme for the 18th edition of the festival. Expanding on this year's earlier postponed programme, KINOTEKA 2020 is back and continues in its mission to showcase an exciting range of Polish cinema from new and established talents in film and documentary-making. The festival also continues to work with its partners to showcase films through winter and spring right through to next year's 2021 festival.
KINOTEKA 2020 launches on 12th November with the gripping love triangle drama IRON BRIDGE from debut filmmaker Monika Jordan-Mlodzianowska and strives to highlight lesser known gems ripe for rediscovery from filmmakers such as Krzysztof Zanussi and new work from eminent Polish filmmakers including Agnieszka Holland.
The festival has worked hand-in-hand with prestigious venues and organisations to deliver audiences this year's eclectic, unique and now fully online programme: JW3, Riverside Studios, Second Run, Made In Prague, Czech Centre and POSK.