Opus Film is one of Poland’s leading companies that produces feature films,
commercials and TV productions on a world scale.
It has been established in 1991. In 2015 the studio won the Oscar® for the Best Foreign Language Film.


Urszula Antoniak tells a story "Beyond Words". This Polish-Dutch film follows an aspiring Berlin lawyer. He is a Polish emigrant, who, like Witold Gombrowicz, sees emigration not as a tragedy, but as an opportunity to reinvent himself. His life is not so much about national identity - he feels like a Berliner - but more about the constant interplay between mimicry and being yourself. After spending a weekend with his distant Polish father, he starts to miss not only him, but also a sense of having put down roots in life. "Beyond Words" stars Justyna Wasilewska, Jakub Gierszał and Andrzej Chyra. The film is being produced by Piotr Dzięcioł through Opus Film and co-produced by Family Affair Films (Netherlands).
Shooting starts in July 19 in Berlin.

Opus Film is a polish organizer of the international workshop for film producers MAIA Workshops.
MAIA Workshops is a program of advanced workshops for European film producers, one of the three most prestigious educational programs in Europe (next EAVE, SOFA), held since 2006. Classes are designed for novice filmmakers, film school graduates as well as directors, writers and other people associated with the film industry interested in gaining new skills and knowledge for the development of the film project, production, marketing strategies and distribution, as well as legal aspects and financial each of said stages.
This year's edition will be held in Lodz DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel on June 20-24, and the theme will be the legal and financial aspects of film production.

Opus Film has won 5 KTR 2016 Awards!
During the KTR Gala granting the most important awards of advertising took place on May 24, the Opus Film producers - Michal Cichomski and Jarek Parzyjagla received 5 KTR Swords in the category of Audio Video.

GOLD for BEST DIRECTOR - Zywiec Manifesto
SILVER for CASTING- Zywiec Manifesto
BROWN for MUSIC - Zywiec Brewers

On 31st May shooting for the new film of Paweł Borowski "I Am Lying Now" has started in Łódź.

“Whatever you think, you are wrong” serves as the motto for Paweł Borowski’s second feature film, described as a metaphysical thriller with a retro-futuristic aesthetic.
"I Am Lying Now" is being produced by Łukasz Dzięcioł through Opus Film, and co-produced by Sander Verdonk from the New Amsterdam Film Company.
Polish-Dutch "I Am Lying Now" is expected to premiere in 2017.

The movie "Kamper" co-produced by Opus Film with Marta Nieradkiewicz and Piotr Żurawski has entered the competition of the festival in Karlovy Vary! The world premiere of the movie "Kamper" by Lukasz Grzegorzek will be held on July 3 at the 51st International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. This is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world, considered the most important festival in Central and Eastern Europe. "Kamper" will fight for the first prize in the East of the West.
In Polish cinemas, the film will be released on July 15.

Opus Film and Alivia Foundation have been awarded in the contest 'Social Campaign of the Year 2015'. The award has been given for the campaign 'Moments of life' in the category of Health. Creators of the campaign Young&Rubicam and Opus Film symbolically had taken into consideration and priced different stages of life showing that the simplest moments are appearing to be extremely pricey for a person who is suffering from cancer in Poland. The campaign had been produced non-profit.

"Stan umysłu"/State of mind produced by Opus Film and directed by Daria Lipko has been awarded in the category Merit Special Mention of the Best Shorts Competition.

Opus Film is working on the new Pawel Pawlikowski's movie.

The Oscar‑winning director of Ida, Pawel Pawlikowski, is working on his next project, which has the working title
Cold War / Zimna wojna. The film will be co‑produced by Opus Film and Apocalypso Films (UK).
Cold War will be a period drama/love story set in Poland in the 1950s and 1960s.
This film is going to be about “a couple that can’t live with or without each other.”

On december 20 filming of "True Crimes" co-produced by Opus Film and directed by Alexandros Avranasa has finished. Shooting of the movie was held with a great support of Krakow Film Commision. "True Crimes" is a work of fiction. The script of this American-Polish production was loosely based on David Grann article, which appeared in 2008 in "The New Yorker".
On the part of Opus Film producers Ewa Puszczyńska and Piotr Dzięcioł are responsible for the film production.

Opus Film was awarded the Polish Film Institute for International Promotion of Polish Cinema for the film "Ida" directed by Pawel Pawlikowski. The awards were handed out on September 15 at the 40th Film Festival in Gdynia. During the gala, our studio was represented by chairman Piotr Dzięcioł and film producer Ewa Puszczyńska.