On Wednesday, the Wp.pl portal reported on the activities of the Central Anti-Corruption Office of the Polish Film Institute (PISF).
The Anti-Corruption Agency, in an email sent to Wp.pl, stated that “in this case, the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau is conducting analytical and informational activities.” It was also added that activities are ongoing and that the office will not be able to provide further information until after they are completed.”
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The Polish Film Institute, in response to the publication, issued a statement stating that the activities began in July 2020 and also include other “film industry entities”.
“These activities do not constitute ad hoc censorship, as the authors of the article hint. Throughout this period, the Institute provides the necessary information for the analyzes conducted by the CBA” – emphasized the Polish Film Institute.
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The Polish Film Institute has been operating since 2005, and this institution is supervised by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. The tasks of the Polish Film Institute include, inter alia, the co-financing of film production and the implementation of educational programmes.
Rados³aw ¦migulski has headed the institute since 2017, his term ending in December. The Ministry of Culture will soon announce a competition to choose a director.
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