Lower Silesian Film Centre (Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe DCF)

ul. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 64a

Lower Silesian Film Centre (Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe DCF) is a building with four cinema spaces, built in place of the former cinema ‘Warszawa’. The inauguration of the venue took place in 2011. DCF is an Odra-Film investment, a cultural institution of the local government of Lower Silesia, dedicated to film activity in the region and in Lubuskie Province: from running cinemas, co-organizing numerous festivals, reviews and special screenings, conducting an educational program, to co-funding film productions in the Wroclaw Film Commission.

DCF is a place for cinematographic encounters for those who expect more than just entertainment from the film. Its repertory is composed of a broad selection of world, European, and Polish cinematography, consisting mostly of studio and art-house productions. Among the Polish titles there are also films co-produced by Odra-Film. Apart from everyday repertory, DCF hosts special screenings, previews and premieres, festival projections, meetings with film creators, as well as themed and retrospective reviews. Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe is a place for encountering film art as well as for confronting various cinematographic worldviews.

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