This year, the 17th edition of the festival goEast – the festival of films from Eastern and Central Europe - is held in Wiesbaden, Germany. A large representation of Polish films will participate in the event.

During the festival, the German premiere of the documentary film "You Have No Idea How Much I Love You" will be held, with the participation of the director, Paweł Łoziński. Another film which will be shown in Germany for the first time is "Andrzej Wajda. My Inspiration," directed by Marek Brodzki, and the meeting will be attended by Marek Żydowicz, the director of the festival Camerimage. The Polish-Russian production "Convictions" by Tatyana Chistova will also appear in the programme.

During goEast, a review of short film, entitled "Working Woman," will also be held. In this programme, the following documentary films will be shown: "The Girls from Nawojka" by Maria Kwiatkowska, "24 Hours of Jadwiga L." by Krystyna Gryczełowska, "Family" by Danuta Halladin, "Beginning" by Danuta Kędzierzawska, "I Am A Man" by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz and "Women Workers" and "One Day At A Time" by Irena Kamieńska.

Another large review of Polish short films is prepared by ALE KINO! and is held on April 27. The following films will be shown at that time: "Spirits of the Piano" by Magdalena Osińska, "Leaves" by Agnieszka Borowa, "A Little Bird Wants to Fly" by Maciej Pestka, "Three Kings" by Anna Błaszczyk, "Xavier the Cat" by Andrzej Orzechowski and Bronisław Zeman, "The Little Red Paper Ship" by Aleksandra Zaręba, "Winter Tournament" by Maciej Pestka and "The Prince" by Monika Kuczyniecka.

In the programme of the festival, there is also the animated film "Pussy" by Renata Gąsiorowska.

The complete programme of the festival is available on the website