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   Original movie posters for Polish releases of foreign and domestic movies. Selection of more than 400 old, vintage and contemporary film posters arranged by country or director's name.

  • posters for American movies
  • posters for British movies
  • posters for French movies
  • posters for German movies
  • posters for Italian movies
  • posters for Japanese movies
  • posters for Polish movies
  • posters for Russian movies
  • posters for movies from other countries
  • movie event posters

  • western posters

       Movie posters by directors name:

  • Bergman Ingmar
  • Fellini Frederico
  • Greenaway Peter
  • Jarmusch Jim
  • Kieslowski Krzysztof
  • Kurosawa Akira
  • Polanski Roman
  • Tarkovsky Andrei
  • Wajda Andrzej
  • Zanussi Krzysztof

  • solidanosc - hign noon style - sarnecki
    In Independence, Missouri, on March 12, 1999, Bronislaw Geremek, the Polish Minister for Foreign Affairs, concluded a speech celebrating Poland's entry into NATO by saying: "We have brought from Poland some records of history of our road to freedom, among them the poster of the 1989 elections with a picture of Gary Cooper from the film High Noon. It helped us to win. For the people of Poland, high noon comes today."
    Poland and the American West by Frank Fox

    "Solidarnosc. High Noon, July 4th, 1989"
    design: Tomasz Sarnecki

    See Polish western posters

    Dirty Dancing Dirty Little Secret
      There's just something about Dirty Dancing.
    Okay, it's no Citizen Kane. But every time we watch Baby escape the bonds of small-minded bourgeois repression and learn to dance, something in us just dances too. Problem is, our film-snob friends never understand: Bring up movies and all they want to talk about is some guy named Truffaut. So for fourteen years, our secret love for Baby and Johnny has languished, tucked away in a corner of our psyches.
    No longer.
      Check out the original 1988 Polish poster for Dirty Dancing, and discover what a touch of Eastern European class can do for even the schlockiest Hollywood movie. Recently seized upon by discerning film buffs, the posters are collectibles in their own right: The folks who create them are genuinely brilliant and respected artists. Which means you can hang yours without shame, finally celebrating your love of Mystic Pizza or Young Guns without having to apologize to your highbrow acquaintances. In fact, it's quite likely that those same friends will begin to regard you with a newfound respect.
    So say it loud, say it proud: "No one puts Baby in the corner!"
    Available online at poster.com.pl
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