The third edition of the festival organised by Polish Art Europe will tour the UK between October 3 and December 12 at the following venues. Contact venues for individual dates and times:

Belfast - October 17 to 19 - Odyssey Cinema, Skainos Community Centre, Polish Saturday School

Birmingham - October 1 to 25 - MAC Birmingham, ORT Cafe

Edinburgh - October 3 to December 12 - Filmhouse, Edinburgh Meow Studios, Summerhall, Screen Academy

Glasgow - October 9 to December 11 - The Grosvenor Cinema, The Sikorski Polish Club

London - November 13 to 18 - Clapham Picturehouse, Intersection

Sunderland - October 18 - The David Puttnam Media Centre

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