Thursday at WATCH DOCS!

It's the final day of cinema screenings; in the evening we will learn the winners of the 21st edition of WATCH DOCS. Human Rights in Film, while most festival films remain available for viewing online at through Sunday. Stay tuned!

"I'm Am So Sorry", the acclaimed documentary by Zhao Liang premiered at the last festival in Cannes and can still be seen today at 6:00 pm at Muranów cinema. NOTE: the film is available for viewing ONLY in cinemas. Impressive with its tasteful cinematography, in his poetic image of the dangers associated with the use of nuclear energy Liang visits people living in contaminated areas - from Fukushima to Chernobyl, and shows victims of radiation and the process of neutralizing toxic waste.

Most films of the 21st edition of WATCH DOCS are available for viewing online at MOJEeKINO.PL through December 19 at 12:00 midnight. We invite you to purchase single tickets for screenings and multi-screening passes.

This evening we will learn the winners of the 2021 competitions.

Ten full-length documentary films competed in the main competition. We saw stories from Poland, Hong Kong, Ukraine and even the Democratic Republic of Congo. In turn, in the new Green Competition, we took a close look at how climate change affects the lives of individuals.

Also this evening, the special Marek Nowicki Prize will be awarded. This year, the winner is Jean-Gabriel Périot, a French experimental filmmaker, who re-edits unique archival footage to give it new meaning. This award is granted by the Board of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights for outstanding achievements in showing human rights in film.

See you at the movies!