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  • Polish movie posters are one of the most popular types of film art globally. They can be used to promote a film or create a unique atmosphere for a movie premiere. Polish movie posters are famous for being dramatically different from the posters issued in the United States, which makes them widely collectible. Film/Art Gallery is proud to offer a wide array of Polish posters. Here are just a few of our favorites.  

    TOP ORIGINAL POLISH MOVIE POSTERS

    A Hard Day's Night

    A Hard Day's Night is one of the most popular Beatles movies. It was released in 1964 and featured The Beatles in a music comedy movie encompassing the 36 hours prior to a television performance. The Polish poster version for A Hard Day's Night features black and white renditions of the Fab Four’s faces with a bright red title of The Beatles. A Hard Day's Night received three Academy Award nominations, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Score.

    Andrei Rublev

    Andrei Tarkovsky directed and produced the movie written by Aleksandr Sokurov. It's a drama film about the life of the Russian painter Andrei Rublev. The movie received numerous awards, including the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1991, and it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. 

    The Seven Samurai

    The Seven Samurai is a Japanese movie released in 1954, and it is extremely well known throughout the world. We offer a beautiful Polish version for the re-issue of the film featuring artwork by renowned artist Andrzej Pagowski.

    The Sacrifice 

    The Polish movie poster for the Swedish/UK movie The Sacrifice features a stark rendition of a man locked in a wire cage in the shape of a cross. It is a highly collectible piece due to its ominous imagery and foreshadowing of the film’s themes of sacrifice and despair. 

    Roman Holiday

    Released in 1953, Roman Holiday is a romantic comedy based on the story of Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. It stars Hepburn as Holly Golightly, an American socialite who finds herself in danger when she meets William Holden's character Joe Bradley. The Polish version depicts Hepburn’s character in a vivid red dress holding a red flower. It is a very rare poster that features lovely Jerzy Flisak artwork.

    POLISH MOVIE POSTERS & FILM/ART GALLERY

    Polish movie posters are always a sight to see as they offer unique designs, and make a statement. Whether it's the bright colors or the intricate designs, Polish movie posters are sure to grab your attention. So if you're looking for a way to expand your original movie poster collection with some Polish film art, Film/Art Gallery is your partner. Contact us today.