Millennium Docs Against Gravity set to roll

The 19th edition of Millennium Docs Against Gravity kicks off May 13 running to May 22, before heading online May 24 to June 5. The festival has numerous epicentres, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Gdynia, Poznan, Katowice, Bydgoszcz, Lublin and now – as of 2022 – the film city of Łódź.

Opening Film: TERRITORY

This year's opening film is a moving and visually spectacular story of a struggle for survival - TERRITORY by Alex Pritz.

Films made for the big screen in the programme of the 19th MDAG

Millennium Docs Against Gravity Festival viewers in Warsaw, Wrocław, Gdynia and Poznań will once again have a chance to vote for the best film in the Big Screen Doc Award Competition. 12 captivating and well-crafted films, made to be watched on the big screen, will familiarise the audience with different pop culture phenomena, as well as more serious topics.

Announcing the Jury Members of the 19th Millennium Docs Against Gravity!

Oscar®-nominated filmmakers David France and Tamara Kotevska, Bill Morrison, Teoniki Rożynek and Milenia Fiedler - these are just some of the film and culture industry representatives who will be awarding prizes in competitions held at the 19th Millennium Docs Against Gravity.

#ClimateConnect, a global conversation about the effects of climate change on human lives

The climate crisis is also a humanitarian crisis. Every year, millions of people are forced to flee their homes due to increasingly frequent disasters, such as floods, cyclones, droughts and forest fires. In 2020 alone, 30,7 million people were internally displaced because of disasters – accounting for over 75% of the people estimated to have been internally displaced that year. By 2050, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance every year could rise to over 200 million.