Surrounded by greenery, friendly to four-legged visitors and super eco. That’s how the 5th edition of the BNP Paribas Green Film Festival is organized. The festival takes place on Czerwieński Boulevard at the foothills of Wawel Castle in Kraków. The festival town, which hosts the largest environmental initiative in Poland, can be visited from August 14 to August 21.
The 5th edition of the BNP Paribas Green Film Festival has started. For 8 days in Kraków, visitors will be able to see Polish and global productions on current environmental issues. The heart of the events is the festival town, where films are screened every day from 5 pm until late at night.
On the grounds of Czerwieński Boulevard, among the walking alleys, there are two cinemas. The main open-air cinema with an audience of more than 200 people (Smocza Street), and the second – is an intimate one in an open tent hall (Koletek Street).
The festival town will also host discussions with filmmakers and experts, as well as educational workshops. You can also come here with your pets. There will be water bowls and plenty of shady places for four-legged animals.
The BNP Paribas Green Film Festival is Poland’s largest festival that showcases Polish and global productions addressing current environmental issues. This year, 801 films were submitted for the competition. In the end, 52 entries qualified for the competition.
Check the details on the official website of the festival.
BNP Paribas Green Film Festival is a unique event on a Polish scale that combines the high artistic level of films, art and environmental education, which, thanks to the support of the largest TV, radio and internet editorial offices, reaches millions of viewers and listeners. Festival events are available both in outdoor stationary cinemas and on the Internet, on social media and on the VOD platform. (Green Film Festival)