Against Gravity distributes full-length documentaries and arthouse features from all over the world, as well as releasing them in DVD/blu-ray format. The company also organises the Millenium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival, one of the world’s most important documentary film festivals. In addition, it occasionally becomes involved in the co-production of Polish documentaries.
The company distributes feature films produced by Akson Studio; it is also planning to distribute films created by other producers from Poland and abroad.
Aurora Films handles the distribution of features for the Arthouse Cinemas Network , which popularises high-quality cinema.
Best Film distributes films in cinemas, on the Internet and on DVD. The films are primarily Polish and European and encompass both commercial and arthouse cinema. The company also releases film collections.
The Polish office of Bollywood Europa handles cinema, DVD/blu-ray distribution and television sales of Indian films for the territory of Poland. The clientele includes all the major Indian motion pictures studios.
Bomba Film brings mainly features to Art-House Cinemas audience. The films are mostly the productions from Europe. Distribution is aimed to promotion of film culture.
Dystrybucja Mówi Serwis distributes Polish and foreign feature films. The company is linked with Polsat Group and is planning to expand its activity as a co-producer of Polish films.
Forum Film Poland is connected to the Cinema City chain. The company handles the cinema distribution of Polish and foreign films, including New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Lionsgate and Columbia Pictures productions. In addition, it occasionally becomes involved in the co-production of Polish features.
Gutek Film promotes and distributes arthouse cinema from all over the world to cinemas and television, as well as on DVD/blu-ray. The company deals with films by artists such as Peter Greenway, Pedro Almodóvar, Lars von Trier, Mike Leigh, Jim Jarmusch, Derek Jarman, Paul Cox, Wong Kar-Wai and others. Gutek Film also runs the Muranów Cinema in Warsaw.
Hagi handles the cinema distribution of European features and documentaries. The company also releases children’s film collections on DVD.
Imperial Cinepix distributes films by studios such as 20th Century Fox, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount and DreamWorks to cinemas and on DVD/blu-ray. The company does not distribute Polish films and rarely handles European productions.
Kino Świat handles the cinema, television, VoD and DVD/blu-ray distribution of Polish, European and American films. It releases DVD collections such as classic comedies or films by the great masters. The company welcomes co-production opportunities for Polish features.
The Foundation distributes documentary and short films in the Polish cinemas. It also organises the Krakow Film Festival and manages sales agency KFF Sales & Promotion.
M2 Films is an "all-rights" distributor of feature and documentary quality talent driven film. M2 Films is a distributor of best speciality and genre titles.
Mañana promotes and distributes mainly arthouse films. The company specialises in Latin American, Asian, African and Spanish films. It organises film festivals and screenings of Polish films abroad and of foreign films in Poland. Mañana is also involved in the production of Polish features.
Mayfly distributes independent cinema, primarily from Europe, Asia and the United States. Sporadically it deals with the distribution of Polish films and documentaries.
The company handles the cinema, Internet, VoD and DVD/blu-ray distribution of Polish and foreign films, including productions by studios such as 20th Century Fox, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and others. The company welcomes production and co-production opportunities for Polish features. It also runs the Cineman Internet cinema.
The New Horizons Association , which is the organiser of Wrocław’s T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival , distributes the pick of the festival’s films to arthouse cinemas and on DVD. The Association also distributes films for children and young people under its New Horizons of Film Education initiative.
Next Film promotes and distributes mainly Polish films in cinemas and on DVD. The company is part of the Agora Group, the owner of the VoD Kinoplex website and the Gazeta.tv television website.
Soloplan handles the cinema and DVD distribution of arthouse films by artists such as Robert Altman, Emir Kusturica, Bernardo Bertolucci, David Lynch, Agnieszka Holland, Jim Jarmusch, Krzysztof Kieślowski, David Cronenberg, Jane Campion or Wim Wenders. The company also releases film collections.
Spectator handles the cinema distribution of independent and arthouse films. The company also organises short film competitions.
Studio Interfilm handles the cinema and Internet distribution of commercial Polish films. The company also provides cinema and television product-placement and brand-content services.
United International Pictures is one of the largest film distributors in Poland, operating in over one hundred countries around the globe. It handles films by studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, MGM, United Artists and others. The company does not distribute Polish films.
Main goal of Velvet Spoon is to present films from all over the world, which combine genre cinema with author’s artistic vision.
In the past Vivarto distributed artistic films; currently, the company focuses on content for children and young adults. Vivarto distributes films in cinemas and pay/free TV, on VoD platforms, and on DVDs.
WALT DISNEY COMPANY POLSKA
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The Polish offices of the Walt Disney Company deal with the distribution of Walt Disney Studio productions in Polish cinemas.
The Polish offices of Warner Bros. Entertainment handle the cinema and DVD/blu-ray distribution of productions by Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, Legendary Pictures and other studios.