Check out the New Horizons Film Festival
About T-Mobile’s festival
Along with the Warsaw International Film Festival, New Horizons has grown to become one of the most influential film festivals in Poland in the 21st century. A central part of the film festival is its Audience Award. Audiences can vote for films in three categories: New Horizons, Polish Short Films and European Short Debuts. The winner of the New Horizons Audience Award is guaranteed distribution in Poland. Films previously shown at the festival include Michael Haneke's Palm D'Or winner “The White Ribbon”, Francis Ford Coppola's “Tetro” and Pedro Almodovar's “The Skin I Live In”. New Horizons also hosts annual retrospectives at each film festival. In the past, this has included the work of French film director Jean-Luc Goddard and Monty Python member-turned-film director Terry Gilliam.
Explore Wroclaw during the event
New Horizons is one of Wroclaw's most anticipated cultural events and the city is alive with a vibrant atmosphere during July. If you are attending the festival, you should be sure to visit other major attractions, including the old market square, Panorama Raclawicka and Wroclaw University Botanical Garden.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw is located just 15 minutes' walk from the Wroclaw Puppet Theater, the annual center of the festival. Most of the screening also take place in the center, meaning that with a room at Radisson Blu, you are just moments away from whichever event you choose to attend.