We’ll see what old movies look like as new or thanks to digital reconstruction – Super Express




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MFiPR, Digital Reconstruction and Digitalization Project of Polish Film Classics implemented under the Digital Poland Program


There are Polish films that you never miss. A perfect example is Sylvester Chechinsky’s Sami Svoi. From 2004 to 2019, he was the undisputed leader in popularity, according to a report by Polish SWPS and the National Film Archive in Warsaw, “Poles in Polish Films.” A total of 63.7 million viewers gathered in front of the TVs! But there are some favorite movies that everyone wants to go back to. Now you can watch them at any time, in excellent quality and for free – on the 35mm.online streaming platform.

This is good news for every fan of Polish cinema – you don’t have to wait for Christmas to watch our favorite movie! As part of a partnership project between the Polish Film Institute, Documentary and Feature Film Studios and the Bielsko-Biała Cartoon Studio, thanks to the European Funds from the Digital Poland Program, film flow platform With pearls of Polish cinema – 35mm.online

Where does this unusual name come from? It’s just that 35 millimeters is a film that filmmakers have been working on for over 100 years, and all the films in the site’s library have been filmed and digitally processed.

On the 35mm.online platform, we will find not only popular movie elements that attract millions of viewers in front of TVs, but also niche, lesser-known or less accessible Polish productions. You can watch the reconstructed films of the project at any time and for free! In addition, excellent quality, because 35mm.online films in the digital version are the legacy of Polish cinema.


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What can we find on the 35mm.online platform?

Films of Polish film classics have been digitally reconstructed: Has, Skolimowski, Kawalerowicz, Kutz, Kondratiuk, Zanussi, Falk, Bajon and many others. Bareja, Koterski and Machulski also have cult productions.

For documentary film lovers, there will be a real pleasure, including films from the Polish documentary school. Munk, Karabasz, Łoziński or Titkow. The editions of the Polish film chronicle of 1945-1994 also have historical value. For the youngest viewers, there are cartoons loved by successive generations: “Rexio”, “Kidnapping of Balthazar Gubka” or “2 cats + 1 dog”.


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Movies are available to everyone

The creators of the platform have made every effort to ensure that everyone has access to resources. Therefore, the film materials available on the 35mm.online platform include audio images (for the visually impaired and blind), transcripts (for the deaf) and subtitles in Polish and English, as well as comprehensive images. There is also an English version of the platform.

Those who prefer mobile devices will no doubt be pleased to know that 35mm.online is available for Android and iOS applications, and will soon be available on smart TVs.

Everything about it is here.


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What is digital reconstruction?

“The digital reconstruction of films aims to restore the original quality of films made on photo-sensitive film and preserve the resources of Polish cinema for future generations – from the day of the premiere with quality and artistic expression created by the creators.” – Says a representative of the Documentary and Feature Film Studio.

This is an extremely complex, multi-stage process. What does it look like? Let’s take a look:

Not only modern equipment but also many well-trained specialists are needed for the whole process to work smoothly. Thanks to their work, we can enjoy our favorite movies again and watch them when we feel like 35 mm.online.

How was the platform created?

The 35mm.online streaming platform was created as part of the Digital Reconstruction and Digitalization of Polish Feature, Documentary and Cartoons project to provide access to all broadcasting areas (cinema, television, internet, mobile devices) and to protect Polish film. it is a legacy for future generations. ” The project was implemented by the Polish Film Institute in cooperation with the Documentary and Feature Film Studio and the Bielsko-Biała Film Studio.

The total cost of the project is 107,292,917.71 PLN, and the cost of co-financing from the European Union is 75,121,952.02 PLN.

It should be noted that the importance of this project goes far beyond the wide range of films for buyers. Digital reconstruction restores the brilliance of old films, but above all, it protects film materials from destruction and helps to preserve the achievements of Polish cinema for future generations.

Want to know more? Watch a short video about the exciting process of digital transformation:



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