In February, winter continues not only outside, but also at the festivals. Although there are not many film reviews, there appeared a couple of places where you can watch Polish documentary films.

Still in January, in the warmer Spain started the festival MiradasDoc, at which as many as ten Polish documentary films will be shown: "End of the World" by Monika Pawluczuk, "Piano" by Vita Maria Drygas, "Paradise on Earth" by Cecylia Malik, "A Documentary Film" by Marcin Podolec, "Football Brothers" by Marcin Filipowicz, "Three Conversations on Life" by Julia Staniszewska, "Second Life" by Eugeniusz Pankov, "Brothers" by Wojciech Staroń, "Close Ties" by Zofia Kowalewska and "Springs have gone, winters are coming" by Karol Pałka. Also in January, started the Italian festival See You Sound in Turin, where you can watch the documentary film "Piano."

In the middle of February, the Portuguese Festival International Filmes Sobre Arte will start with the film "Kantor's Circle" by Adriana and Iwo Książek. At Glasgow Film Festival, "All these sleepless nights" by Michał Marczak and "Two Worlds" by Maciej Adamek will be shown. The latter is also invited to the programme of Providence Children's Film Festival.

The second half of the month includes also DOCfeed International Documentary Film Festival, at which the audience will watch "It's Only A Dream" by Jakub Michnikowski, "Object" by Paulina Skibińska, "The Whistle" by Grzegorz Zariczny and "First Pole on Mars" by Agnieszka Elbanowska. The last of the aforementioned films will also be present at the festival ZagrebDOX in Croatia, and together with it, the following films will appear there: "Communion" by Anna Zamecka, "Close Ties," "Three Conversations on Life" and "Icon," which will have its Croatian première at the festival.

The list of up-to-date festival screening is here.