The 35.mm online bilingual (Polish-English) platform (35mm.online – 35mm.online) contains a collection of nearly 4,000 unique, digitized and reconstructed Polish films.
Among them are classic Polish feature films from the last few decades, shot by such outstanding authors as: Wojciech Jerzy Has (Lalka, Pożegnania), Stanisław Różewicz (Pasja, Kobieta w kapeluszu), Jerzy Kawalerowicz (Gra, Cień), Andrzej Munk (Zezowate szczęście, Błękitny krzyż), Janusz Majewski (Sprawa Gorgonowej, Zbrodniarz, który ukradł zbrodnię), Krzysztof Zanussi (Persona non grata, Brat naszego Boga), Barbara Sass (Debiutantka, Krzyk) or Feliks Falk (Był jazz, Idol).
Viewers can also watch films by Marek Koterski (Nic śmiesznego, Porno) or Juliusz Machulski (Kiler, Kiler -ów 2-óch), which have become part of the pop culture canon.
Among thousands of film resources, the 35mm.online film library, presents films of the Polish documentary school including documents by Andrzej Munk (Spacerek staromiejski, Kierunek – Nowa Huta!), Kazimierz Karabasz (Pamięć, Z Powiśla), Marcel Łoziński (Las Katyński, Dotknięcie) or Andrzej Titkow (Przechodzień, Mały wielki świat).
Also included are over 3,000 episodes of the Polish Film Chronicle from 1945-1994 and animated films of high artistic and intellectual value, shot by Witold Giersz (Admirał, Kartoteka), Jerzy Kalina (W trawie, Ludwik), Mirosław Kijowicz (Laterna magica, Rondo) and Andrzej Czeczot (the Makatki series, Gody).
The youngest viewers also have a variety of films to choose from, including the animated series called Porwanie Baltazara Gąbki or the Reksio series.
The 35mm.online library is constantly being updated with new digitally reconstructed videos which are being uploaded from the Documentary and Feature Film Studios’ resources.
All videos presented on the 35mm.online platform are available in full HD and digitally reconstructed versions, in Poland and also abroad.
In addition, films can be seen with audio description, transcription and subtitles in the Polish and English language.
Every film has a comprehensive description and there is an English version of the website for foreign users who live abroad.
The 35mm.online platform is available as a web and mobile application and also as a smart TV application.
Currently, usage of the website is free of charge. Watching films from the Premium offer requires registration.
Browse through the films here: 35mm.online – 35mm.online
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