The Polish Film Festival Miami (PFFM) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a platform to introduce, promote, and nurture the achievements of contemporary Polish cinema and the art of filmmaking itself. Included in the mission is special consideration for the cultural diversity of the cities of Miami and Miami Beach. PFFM serves
It was a hot July night in 2018 when my high school friend Anna and I sat down in the Rialto movie theater in Poznan, Poland. This historic theater has been through a lot since it was built in 1937 – it survived the war, bore witness to the rise of communism and oppression, and
The Miami Film Festival (MFF) has worked in partnership with The American Institute of Polish Culture for over three decades. On October 13, 2018, we sponsored a wine reception at the Tower Theater in Miami following the Polish film, Cold War. The show was sold out, and many friends and members of AIPC along with
The Lady Blanka Rosenstiel Lecture Series at FIU, the European and Eurasian Studies Program, and the European Student Association premiered the French-Polish-German co-production, “Marie Curie: The Courage of Knowledge,” on October 30, 2017 at the FIU campus.
Every Thursday evening from May 10 to May 31, 2018 the Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at FIU presented European-themed outdoor movies free of charge on WALLCAST,soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall that uses striking visual and audio technology, at the New World Center Soundscape Park in Miami Beach.
The Miami Film Festival (MFF) has brought dozens of light and heavy, uplifting and intense, fanciful and realistic, joyful and gritty, and happy and soul-searing movies to Miami for over three decades.
As a result of an on-going cooperation between the American Institute of Polish Culture and the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF), and thanks to Lady Blanka’s continuing and generous sponsorship, there were three screenings of a Polish film “The Boy on a Galloping Horse” at the Miami International Film Festival.
The American Institute of Polish Culture and the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Poland sponsored the Polish movie Little Moscow (Mała Moskwa) at the 2010 Interna- tional Film Festival “Romance in a Can.” The film, directed by Waldemar Krzystek, was judged Best Film at Poland’s Na- tional Gdynia Festival.