Closing of Anna Konik's exhibition at the CCA / debate and film screening

On Friday, Feb 12 at 6.00PM we would like to invite you to the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle to take part in a debate on the massive influx of migrants and refugees to Europe in the context of Polish social attitudes to that situation.

WATCH DOCS in Belarus

On December 10, during the closing ceremony of the 15th WATCH DOCS, the first edition of WATCH DOCS in Belarus kicked off in Minsk.

The last day of the festival

On the last day of the 15th WATCH DOCS IFF, which falls on the international Human Rights Day, the viewers will have an opportunity to take part in seven screenings, including a short films program.

Winners of the 15th WATCH DOCS IFF

The jury of the 15th WATCH DOCS IFF unanimously decided to award two outstanding films ex aequo: “A Syrian Love Story” Sean McAllister and “Behemoth” by Zhao Liang.

Wednesday at WATCH DOCS

On Wednesday, do not miss your last chance to watch four competition films and an acclaimed documentary from the New Polish Films program.


The program of the 15th WATCH DOCS IFF features 65 documentaries. Apart from nearly 100 screenings in Muranów Cinema, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Iluzjon Cinema, and Antropos Cinema, selected documentaries can also be watched online on

The fifth day of the festival

On Tuesday, viewers will have an opportunity to watch fourteen documentaries in total, including five competition films, as well as take part in three panel discussions. The program for this day will also feature Q&As with directors and producers.

Monday at the festival

Monday at the festival features two discussions: the “Activists Speak,” workshop during which invited guests will debunk myths about social activism, as well as “Unheard of Tales” in connection with the screening of the in competition film “The Dybbuk. A Tale of Wandering Souls.”

Sunday at the Festival

Sunday at WATCH DOCS is all about Q&A sessions with filmmakers and people in the documentaries. 

Saturday at the Festival

Saturday at the festival means two big events. At Kino Muranów there will be a debate entitled “Freedom in the Arab world – revolt of the elites, revolt of the masses” related to this year’s Sakharoff Prize by the European Parliament to Raif Badawi, a Saudi blogger. The second important event associated with the Arab world will be a screening of the film “Team E” and a Q&A with its protagonist, Anna Neistat.