Film academy Poland - Cinematography, filmmaking courses in Poland

Make your adventure. BA course in Video Games

New international BA specialisation dedicated to visual story telling through video games and interactive forms starts in October 2016. [READ MORE]

Unity User Group Warsaw @ WFS

UUG meets at on Tuesday, April 5, this time to discuss the future of VR. Free entry upon registration at Eventbright. [READ MORE]

Bringing classic paintings to life with Marek Brodzki

Come to Poland they said...Our Language of Film & Visualisation professor recreates famous Matejko painting. [READ MORE]

Anton Chekhov, Dogville-style

Joint workshop for directing, cinematography, acting, editing and photography students with WFS Chancellor, Maciej Ślesicki. [READ MORE]

Admission timetable for courses starting October 2016

Looking to join the international team at WFS? Here are the deadlines [READ MORE]

Application consultations for international candidates

Get feedback on your work sample from WFS lecturers - until the end of March. [READ MORE]

New Polish films with English subtitles at the campus cinema

Interested in contemporary Polish cinema? Join us in Elektronik, for special Polish film screenings with English subtitles. [READ MORE]

Acting BA diploma film premiers in Elektronik

"Korowód", based on a play by Arthur Schnitzler, features 3rd year BA in Acting class of 2016 and was produced at Warsaw Film School. [READ MORE]

The story of Irena Sendler - special screening

Celebrating the premiere of documentary by our lecturer in cinematography, Andrzej Wolf. [READ MORE]

Director Jan Komasa discusses The Act of Killing

The director behind "Suicide Room" and "Warsaw 44" met with students as part of the ongoing Film-mówka series [READ MORE]

2015/2016 academic year opening in photos

Students, lecturers and guests of Warsaw Film School welcomed the new academic year. [READ MORE]

Charon triumphant at the biggest Polish Film Festival

Paweł Hejbudzki's (BA in Film Directing) story of lost innocence wins the Young Cinema Competition in Gdynia [READ MORE]

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Warsaw Film School Students' successes! [READ MORE]


Tomasz Śliwiński, Warsaw Film School student nominated for an Oscar!