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One priority for the PFI was to encourage Poles to return to the cinema.
Prior to its creation, just 700,000 tickets to Polish movies were being sold each year.
That clogged things up for the generation behind them.
The number of films actually made in Poland fell as low as seven in one year.” Crickmar, a Scot who taught in Poland and worked in the film industry there, is currently completing a Ph D in Polish cinema at St Andrews.
A stable of Polish directors is arriving at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival, which is showcasing a specially-curated selection of recent releases that have attracted industry acclaim.
After two decades of decline, Polish cinema is back on the map. Poland’s original film revolution came out of the east European nation’s post World War Two quagmire.
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The average annual number of Polish titles is now 45-50.
Most popular are movies that tell stories of Polish history, reflecting growing nationalist sentiment in a country that has found itself often squeezed by neighbouring cultures – German and Russian – over the last century.
With a budget of approximately £27m, the PFI does not support blockbusters, or indigenous films that are aimed at mass market cinema or TV. Apart from film production, we also help 130 small cinemas.
We support film education, digital upgrades of independent cinemas, and various awards programmes,” explains Cybulska.