Two Polish films to be screened at Asia’s largest Film Festival

Piotr Domalewski's film "As far as possible" was included in the program of the 25th Busan International Film Festival. In the same "World Cinema" section, the film "Quo vadis, Aida?", produced by Ewa Puszczyńska, will also be shown to the public.

According to the Polish Film Institute (PISF) press release, apart from the film by Domalewski and Puszczyńska, during the festival in Busan, the "A Window on Asian Cinema" section will show the Indian film "The Disciple" directed by Chaitanya Tamhane, with Polish cinematographer Michał Sobociński. The documentary "HOPPER / WELLES", produced by Filip Jan Rymsza and his company Royal Road Entertainment in co-production with Grindhouse Releasing and FIXAFILM, will be shown in the "Icons" section.

"Busan International Film Festival is one of the most important festivals in Asia. Since 2006, it has been accompanied by the Asian Film Market", informed the Polish Film Institute, which is the co-producer of the film "As far as possible".

The second feature-length film by Piotr Domalewski in his career, "Anywhere but Here" is included in the program of the 68th San Sebastian International Film Festival, which will take place on September 18-26. This Polish-Irish co-production will be shown in the "Kutxabank-New Directors Award" section, which presents debuts and second films by renowned artists.