The question of whether or not the cultural left wished to destroy the work of the famous J. R. Tolkien was asked by many after the mighty Amazon Prime Video started to stream a new series “The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power,” based on the works by the English writer. The high-budget series […]
In the eyes of the liberal-left establishment, an “authentic Polish film” can only be one which shows Poland as a pathological and intolerant nation, writes Croatian journalist living in Poland, Goran Andrijanić
The jury at the Gdynia Film Festival was not particularly concerned with the artistic values presented by the nominated films but rather their reflection on current social and political affairs, writes Edward Kabiesz for Catholic portal Gosc.pl
The exhibition gathering the largest collection of medieval codices ever assembled in Hungary will close this week and book lovers were treated to a rare sight on the occasion: one of the curators of the exhibition took out two precious manuscripts from their display cases and visitors could actually witness her leafing through them.
The Left is degrading man in art by separating him from God. Theater critic Temida Stankiewicz-Podhorecka explains how the escalation of Leftist content in art is destroying the spiritual aspect of humanity.
Polish star Joanna Kulig says that while in Hollywood she misses her family and the Church. The actress, best known for her lead role in Cold War, also criticized the trailer of the controversial movie Kler, saying that it is “one huge hideousness that has left a dark mark on my private life.”
It has been reported that the first video clips of Netflix’s “The Witcher” have leaked on YouTube. Although they only show test runs for special effects, they could be the first live action sequences of the show to come out to the public.
The documentary “Independence” by Krzysztof Talczewski has conquered the hearts of Poles. Millions of people watched on Polsat and TVP what was mostly previously unseen historical footage of events from the birth of Poland’s Second Republic.
The reconstruction of Warsaw’s Saxon Palace is already underway, claims minister of culture Piotr Gliński. President Duda announced the Palace’s reconstruction during the Polish Independence Day celebrations.
Renowned American actor and director Mel Gibson played the lead role in an ad promoting the 100th Anniversary of Polish Independence. Poles all around the world expressed their delight with the video on social media.
Warsaw hosts the 4th Comic Con. The American phenomenon gives thousands of convention goers the possibility of meeting the creators of their favorite movies and tv-shows, as well as actors, authors and celebrities.
American best-selling author Brandon Sanderson is willing to give away the free rights to make a video game of his books. Sanderson commented on Andrzej Sapkowski’s demands for more money from CD Projekt Red for copyrights for “The Witcher”.
There is no “cultural battle” in Hungary, but there is indeed one in Europe, a battle for our own culture, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the inauguration of the refurbished Hungarian Heritage House in Budapest.
The Left’s hypocrisy shows when they march into our lives in the same manner that they accuse the Church of doing so. As the movie Kler (“Clergy”) breaks a 30 year box office opening weekend record in Polish cinemas, Przemysław Harczuk uncovers how the left, in their struggle with the Church, invades Polish lives.
Although Pawlikowski’s “Cold War” took the Golden Lions at the Gdynia Film Festival, a different film has stolen the media spotlight. “Kler” received the Audience Prize and sparked controversy amidst conservative audiences, who deem it anti-clerical.
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