Written by Kianna Best on Nov 28, 2022. Posted in General Interest

Advertorial: Think Poland for your next film project

The Polish Film Institute (PFI) is the country's national film fund that offers comprehensive support for the Polish film industry including film production, education and dissemination of film culture and international promotion. Established in 2005, the PFI is the first contact point for international professionals interested in making films in Poland.



With a budget of EUR30 million for film production and development, the PFI supports over 200 feature, documentary and animated film projects annually. A subsidy granted by the PFI for all kinds of film genres may not exceed 50% (70% in case of a “difficult film”) of the total film budget and the limits set out by the PFI.

The production schemes offered by the PFI include, among others, minority and majority international co-productions, the Polish-German Film Fund and a 30% cash rebate programme.



Renowned Polish talents, supporting infrastructure and decades of on set experience will meet your project’s demands. Polish crews are enthusiastic and accustomed to working hard and can offer solutions to a myriad of challenges that can be met on set. We are proud of our creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and our stubbornness in pursuing our goals.


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