The Warsaw Film Festival (WFF) is organised by the Warsaw Film Foundation in Warsaw, Poland. Its aim is to present the best films from all over the world to Polish and international audience, and to encourage better communication and understanding between people living in different countries and of different cultural backgrounds.
International Competition awards:
There can be only one winner of each of the awards in the International Competition (no ex-aequo).
Awards in Competition 1-2:
Free Spirit Competition award:
Documentary Competition award:
Short Films Competition:
The Audience Award: The audience votes for the best film from any section of the Festival. The winner gets the Audience Award. No financial part of this award.
Except in special circumstances, accepted by the festival director, only films meeting the following criteria can be presented at the Warsaw Film Festival:
You can submit films in post-production (before sound mix, colour correction, as well as rough cuts), which will be completed before WFF.
The Festival is responsible for the prints from the moment of pick-up from the shipper (when importing) to the moment of giving them to the shipper (when re-exporting). The Festival's responsibility for damage or loss of the print is limited to the cost of making a new print according to the present laboratory rate for making a standard print. The festival's liability in case of whole or partial destruction of a print during the festival cannot exceed the value of 3.500 Euro.
Selection Media Type: DVD, Secure Online Screener
Screening Media Type: 35 мм, DCP
Audio language: original
Subtitles language: English
National premiere required.
Jury and Organizers
Festival director — Stefan Laudyn.
Warsaw Film Festival, P.O. Box 816, PL-00-950 Warszawa 1, Poland
Office (couriers') address:
Warsaw Film Festival,
ul. Lwowska 11/11, 00-660
Phone/Fax: (48-22) 621 6268
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For feature films from all over the world. Features: minimum 60 minutes.
For first and second feature films by the directors from all over the world. Features: minimum 60 minutes.
For independent, innovative, rebellious films from all over the world. Features: minimum 60 minutes.
For feature length (over 60 mins.) documentaries from all over the world.
For short films from all over the world (40 mins. or less).