Screening of “Last Men in Aleppo” in the Polish parliament

“There is no way to avoid this comparison: these are pictures from the Warsaw Uprising,” writes Tadeusz Sobolewski about “Last Men in Aleppo.” The film screening will take place in the Polish parliament on Thursday 14th of September at 8 p.m.

The winner of the Mayor of Gdynia Award has been announced

Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival organised the Gdynia edition of the event together with the Gdynia Film Centre again. The jury composed of: Katarzyna Figura, Mikołaj Trzaska and Mirosław Przylipiak granted the Mayor of Gdynia Award as well as 15,000 zł to the best film of the festival’s main competition. “Last Men in Aleppo” (dir. Feras Fayyad) is the winner film. The award is funded by the Mayor of Gdynia. The jury has also presented two special mentions for “The Good Postman” (dir. Tonislav Hristov) and “Machines” (dir. Rahul Jain).

The best Asian film of the Rotterdam FF is now part of our program

“Children Are Not Afraid of Death, Children Are Afraid of Ghosts”, awarded at the 46th Rotterdam Film Festival, will have its Polish premiere at the 14th Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival. The director Rong Guang Rong will attend the festival to meet with the Polish audience.

We reveal the first titles from the 14th edition of our festival

“Tokyo Idols”, “The Workers Cup”, “Machines”, „Last Men in Aleppo”, „MappaMundi”, „The Good Postman” and „It’s Not Yet Dark” were all screened at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Polish audiences will be able to see them in May, as part of the 14th Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival.

Call for entries is now open

The call for submissions to the 14th Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival is now open. The festival will be held from the 12th till the 21st of May, 2017 in Warsaw, Wroclaw, Gdynia and over 20 cities around Poland.

Winner of The Mayor of Gdynia Award

For the first time Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival in cooperation with Gdyńskie Centrum Filmowe has also organized the Festival in Gdynia. A jury, consisting of: Katarzyna Figura (actress), Mikołaj Trzaska (saxophone player), Mirosław Przylipiak (film theorist) gave The Mayor of Gdynia Award to the film “Ukrainian Sheriffs”.

25 years of MEDIA programme!

The MEDIA programme (abbreviation from French: Mesures pour Encourager le Développement de L’Industrie Audiovisuelle) was launched in 1991. Today it is part of the EU’s Creative Europe programme.


The full screening schedule and MY CALLENDAR application is available on  now!  The application allows users to make recommendations, create everyday projection program, filter films according to time, place of screenings, sections or competitions. Tickets are available now!

The Award of the President of Gdynia for the Best Film

For the first time, the Millennium Docs Against Gravity festival, in cooperation with the modern Gdynia Film Center, is organizing a competition for the Grand Prize of the President of the City of Gdynia and PLN 15 000.  A jury consisting of Katarzyna Figura, Mikołaj Tzaska, and Mirosław Przylipiak will give the award to the best film from the Millennium competition.


The 13th edition of the MILLENNIUM DOCS AGAINST GRAVITY film festival will take place from May 13th to 25th 2016. This year, Warsaw, Wrocław and Bydgoszcz are joined by Tricity, with the modern Gdynia Film Centre. In keeping with our tradition, on the second weekend of the festival, we will also be in 20 other cities around Poland, as part of the MDocsAG Weekend.