Opus Film is one of Poland’s leading companies that produces feature films,
commercials and TV productions on a world scale.
It has been established in 1991. In 2015 the studio won the Oscar® for the Best Foreign Language Film.


We present the official trailer of Urszula Antoniak's film Beyond Words.The film will have its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Polish premiere will take place during the 42nd Gdynia Film Festival. The film will be shown in the Main Competition.

Amazon Studios Buys ‘Cold War’ From Oscar Winner Paweł Pawlikowski

At the beginning of August, shooting of Paweł Pawlikowski's latest film "Cold War" has ended. We present the first official photos from the movie.
From Opus Film the producer of the film is Ewa Puszczyńska, production manager is Magda Malisz.
Premiere of "Cold War" will be next year.

We have first official photos from the "Ultraviolet" series for AXN.

Sony Pictures Television Networks’ AXN Central Europe announced the start of production on "Ultraviolet", a new original series produced locally in Łódź, Poland by Opus Film and starring Marta Nieradkiewicz (Zjednoczone stany miłości, Kamper, Płynące wieżowce), Agata Kulesza (Róża, Ida, Moje córki krowy), and Bartłomiej Topa (Karbala, Wataha, Sługi boże, Druga szansa). The 10-episode scripted crime series will debut this fall. "Ultraviolet" will be directed by Jan Komasa (Miasto 44, Sala Samobójców) and Sławomir Fabicki (Miłość, Zbrodnia 2). From Opus Film producers of the series are Piotr Dzięcioł and Dorota Szcześniak.

Prizes were awarded in this year's edition of the Polish Advertising Contest KTR 2017.
During the solemn gala held on 26 May at the Polish Theater, Opus Film received 4 Swords in the Audio / Video Workshop category.
The winner of all prizes was Wild Sad. The film was appreciated in the following sub categories - Bronze for Music, Bronze for Color Correction, Silver for Scenography, and Silver for Costumes. Michał Cichomski is the producer of the advertisement.

Mart Taniel wins Best Cinematography Award in an International Narrative Feature Film for "November" at Tribeca Film Festival 2017.

Jury Comment: "We were particularly impressed by the high level of the cinematography of the films we've just seen which had very different styles and demands. One film was particularly audacious and showed supreme command of its visual language. The Best Cinematography Award goes to Mart Taniel for November."
From Opus Film producer of the movie is Łukasz Dzięcioł.

Coproduction "November" produced by Opus Film got selected for Tribeca Film Festival and will screnn within the International Narrative Categorie.

Filming of the film co-produced by Opus Film "The Captain" ("Der Hauptmann") in Poland had just finished.
German production company Filmgalerie 451 produces in co-operation with Opus Film and Tempus Film a historical feature film called "The Captain" ("Der Hauptmann"). The film is directed by Robert Schwentke. The production is based on true events which took place at the end of the Second World War in Germany. 19-year-old Willi Herold, dressed in a stolen captain’s uniform, gathers a group of German deserters and travels with them through disintegrating Nazi Germany, pillaging whatever they can find. Finally, they reach a POW camp which is bombarded by the British. Robert Schwentke is a German director, who after a successful Hollywood career returns to Europe to produce "The Captain," written by the director himself. The production is supported by German regional film funds: Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA), Bundesbeauftragter für Kultur und Medien (BKM), Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg (MBB), MFG Baden-Württemberg, and the Polish Film Institute.

Co-produced by Opus Film's latest film by Greg Zglinski "Animals" was very well received by audience and critics at the International Film Festival in Berlin.
The film had there its world premiere on February 14th.
According to the magazine Variety is one of the 10 best films shown at the Berlinale!10/und...