The 34th Polish Film Festival in America Passes and Invitations on sale now!
Saturday, November 5 – Sunday, November 20, 2022
The 34th edition of Polish Film Festival in America (PFFA), the world’s most extensive showcase of Polish film and the largest annual Polish cultural event outside of Poland, will take place from Saturday, November 5 to Sunday, November 20, 2022 in four prominent venues in the Chicagoland.
The Official VIP Opening Night Gala Screening is scheduled for Saturday, November 5 2022 at 8:00 P.M. in astounding cinematic complex AMC NewCity (1500 North Clybourn Ave. by North Ave. in Lincoln Park, Chicago). Parking is discounted with validation. Various culinary options are available on the spot. The Opening Night Gala Reception (full bar included) with stars of Polish film in attendance will proceed the screening from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. at the Society for Arts (1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago). Free parking is limited. Outstanding local musicians will perform. Invitation to both events is $ 88.00 and can be purchased HERE. Number of invitations for sale is very limited.
The Closing Night Gala and Award Ceremony will take place in the same auditorium on Sunday, November 20 at 3:00 P.M. Invitation costs $ 35.00 and can be purchased HERE.
In addition to AMC NewCity 14, regular PFFA screenings will be held in well-known AMC Rosemont 12 (9701 N. Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont), AMC Village Crossing 18 (7000 N. Carpenter Ave. by Central Ave., Skokie), and Gallery Theatre (1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago), the festival’s primary location for showings of documentary films. The luxury screening place also hosts art gallery. All theatres offer a free parking.
Selected films will be available by streaming online.
Most popular among PFFA audiences Festival Pass valid for seven individually selected films in any theatre provides substantial savings compared to buying single tickets. Its price is $ 88.00 and is available for purchase HERE.
Tickets for singular screenings can be purchased from October 18, 2022, when a complete program and a listing of the PFFA Official Guests will be announced.
The 34th Polish Film Festival in America is organized by The Society for Arts, a non for profit 501 © (3) organization in partnership with Polish National Tourist Office in North America.
All donations to PFFA are tax-exempt.