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.


Great moment! On November 27, the star of Piotr Dzięcioł was unveiled on the Łódź Walk of Fame.

Music video made by Opus Film Męskie Granie "Początek/Beginning" won silver Effie Award 2019 in the Branded Content category.

Let's vote for the "Cold War".
Voting for the People's Choice Award at the European Film Awards is underway.

Opus Film won the PISF award in the PROMOTION OF POLISH CINEMA ABROAD category for the promotion of the film "Cold War" during the 72nd Cannes International Film Festival.
The award was collected by Piotr Dziecioł during the Feature Film Festival in Gdynia.

On September 16, we finished shooting the Ultraviolet series. Thank you all for fantastic cooperation and adventure. You can see the effects of our work on October 2 on the AXN channel.

We have new photos from the second season of the AXN crime series "Ultraviolet".
The premiere of production will take place on October 2 at 22:00 on the AXN Polska channel.

Opus Film won 6 Swords in the biggest KTR advertising competition in Poland and got in second place among the Best Production Houses in 2019!
The most nation-wide, as many as four won the music video of Męskie Granie 'Początek'. The clip won silver in the subcategory of Production Excellence, Direction, Cinematography and Sound. The second awarded film is "Browarnicy". Spot won bronze in the subcategory of editing and adaptive music.
The producer of both of them is production is Jarek Parzyjagła.

Brand new movie by Paweł Borowski "I am lying now" will premiere on 28th June.

AXN original production, Ultraviolet, has been greenlit for a second season. The new 12-episode season, which is once again produced by OPUS TV, a subsidiary of the Academy Award winning Opus Film, begins production in May in Łódź.
Created by Wendy West, the series is inspired by the book The Skeleton Crew, written by Deborah Halber. Ultraviolet follows the life of Ola Serafin (Marta Nieradkiewicz), a woman in her 30s who is forced by circumstances to return to her hometown of Łódź. When a body lands on the hood of her car and the police investigation is sidelined, Ola reaches out to Ultraviolet, an online communitydevoted to solving crimes, and discovers a kinship withthe odd collection of amateur sleuthswho solve cold cases. In Season 2, Ola’s passion for solving crimes that the police cannot becomes all too personal when she must confront powerful enemies in a mystery that involves her own family.

"Cold war” won 7 Polish Film Awards Orły 2019.
The film received the statuette in the following categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Leading Female Role, Best Screenplay, Best Sound Design and Best Editing.