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City Of Ruins and Animated Guide To Polish Success
Animated Guide To Polish Success (Animowany przewodnik po polskim sukcesie) (Country: Poland; Year: 2011; Director: Rafał Wojtunik)
The animated film was produced by Platige Image for Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai - to promote the economy.
Ark (The Ark, Arka) (Country: Poland; Year: 2007; Director: Grzegorz Jonkajtys; Writer: Grzegorz Jonkajtys)
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.
The Cathedral (Country: Poland; Year: 2002; Director: Tomasz Baginski; Writer: Tomasz Baginski, Jacek Dukaj, Jacek Dukaj; Stars: Jola Rzebuska, Maria Kucharska, Marcin Jaskowski, Piotr Widlarz)
An explorer has strange encounters in the ruins of a gothic cathedral.
Chick (Country: Poland; Year: 2008; Director: Michal Socha; Writer: Michal Socha), Official Site
Male-female relationships, infatuation and its consequences form the basis for this animation.
City Of Ruins (Miasto Ruin) (Country: Poland; Year: 2010; Director: Damian Nenow; Writer: Damian Nenow)
Poland's first digital 3D re-creation of the city of Warsaw, destroyed in the Second World War.
Moloch Moloch
Moloch and Fallen Art
Fallen Art (Country: Poland; Year: 2004; Director: Tomasz Baginski; Writer: Tomasz Baginski; Stars: Arkadiusz Jakubik, Marcin Kudelka, Dariusz Toczek)
Danse macabre look at the madness of war.
Jan Matejko's "Battle of Grunwald" in 3D (Year: 2010; Director: Rafał Kidziński, Tomasz Bagiński)
The reconstruction of Jan Matejko’s famous painting Battle of Grunwald with the use of stereoscopic technology.
The Kinematograph (Country: Poland; Year: 2009; Director: Tomasz Baginski; Stars: Tim Everett, Melanie O'Connell, Max Baldry, Ben Bishop, Annika Boecker, Julia Boecker, Jack Reeves)
Francis is an inventor. His invention is supposed to change the world. He forgot about one thing: dreams always cost too much. He is focused only on himself and his work and realizes the gravity of the situation only when it is too late.
Mantis (Country: Poland; Year: 2000; Director: Grzegorz Jonkajtys; Writer: Grzegorz Jonkajtys)
Story of a lonely robot, trying to find his perfect companion.
Moloch (Country: Poland; Year: 2006; Director: Marcin Pazera; Writer: Marcin Pazera)
War erupts on an industrial wasteland.
Teaching Infinity (Country: Poland; Year: 2008; Director: Jakub Jablonski, Bartlomiej Kik; Writer: Jakub Jablonski, Bartlomiej Kik)
A vast ship with a confused human cargo plots a course to challenge the inevitable
Undo (Country: Poland; Year: 2003; Director: Marcin Waśko; Writer: Marcin Waśko)
The story of a man who finds himself in an unusual library where every book is a description of someone's life.

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