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The second edition of the festival organised by Polish Art Europe will tour the UK between September and December at the following venues, dates announced so far are below. Contact venues for individual dates and times:

Glasgow - October 3 to December 12 Sikorski Polish Club - 5, Parkgrove Terrace

Birmingham - September 28 to October 27 MAC - Cannon Hill Park
Icon Gallery - 1 Oozells Square
The Edge - 79-81 Cheapside Digbeth

Edinburgh - October 7 to December 5 Filmhouse - 88 Lothian Road
Screen Academy - 74 Lauriston Place
Macdonald Library - 2-4 McDonald Road

Liverpool Picturehouse @ FACT - 88 Wood Street - October 25 and November 15

Newcastle - Restaurant Krakow - 2-6 Shakespeare Street - October 28

London - Cafe 1001 - 91 Brick Lane - October 15, 16, 22 & 23

Belfast - Strand Cinema Theatre - 152-154 Holywood Road - November 9 & 10

Oxford - Oxford University Magdalen College, Grove Auditorium - November 8-10

Sunderland - Studio Infinite, 17 Nile Street - November 9

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80 Million
80 Million
Under an increasingly totalitarian regime, five activists attempt to safeguard funds by stealing them from their own bank account.
I Know Who Did It
I Know Who Did It
A man returning from military service is expecting to meet his girlfriend but when he gets to the station, she's not there...
Fallen Art
Fallen Art
Danse macabre look at the madness of war.
The Whisper
The Whisper
Trouble brews for a couple when two unexpected guests arrive at their isolated holiday retreat.
Animated Guide To Polish Success
Animated Guide To Polish Success
The animated film was produced by Platige Image for Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai - to promote the economy.
Ark
Ark
An unknown virus has destroyed almost the entire human population. Oblivious to the true nature of the disease, the only remaining survivors escape to the sea. In great ships, they set off in search of uninhabited land.
City Of Ruins
City Of Ruins
Poland's first digital 3D re-creation of the city of Warsaw, destroyed in the Second World War.
Moloch
Moloch
War erupts on an industrial wasteland.

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