This year’s edition of the Festival will be held in a hybrid form. Films will be available on the Festival website alekino.com.
The Festival programme will be announced on 17 November 2020, whereas the programme of Ale Kino! Industry / Education Pro will be published on 12 November 2020.
The full programme of the 38. Ale Kino! International Young Audience Film Festival can be found under the ‘Programme’ tab.
Yes, ‘Triple Trouble’ (directed by Marta Karwowska) and ‘Black Mill’ (directed by Mariusz Palej) will be available with Polish Sign Language translation and audiodescription.
Ale Kino! Industry / Education Pro online is aimed at two groups of participants:
- representatives of the film industry (the Industry programme),
- representatives of the education sector (the Education programme).
We encourage both groups of participants to take part in events featured in both programmes.
In order to sign up for Ale Kino! Industry / Education Pro, please go to alekino.com, navigate to the myAleKino! panel and register choosing Ale Kino! Industry / Education Pro as the participant category.
After activating your participant’s account, purchase accreditation through the Bilety24.pl service (select accreditation). The number of participants is limited. Accreditations are sold on a first come, first served basis.
Industry accreditation costs PLN 50. It entitles the holder to participate in all Ale Kino! Industry / Education Pro events, as well as to access all Festival screenings on the alekino.com website (for participants from Poland) and in the Video Library (for participants from abroad).
No, accreditations are non-refundable.
Yes. In order to obtain an invoice, please contact the Bilety24.pl service by email.
All meetings will be held via Zoom. Information about each meeting, along with instructions on how to join it, will be sent to the participant’s email address provided upon registration to the myAleKino! platform.
Industry meetings will be held in Polish or English. The description of each session will specify whether an interpreter will be present.
To access the online player and watch films, you need to create a user account in the myAleKino! panel at alekino.com and use the panel to buy accreditation, and then get tickets to the films you would like to see. On the day of the screening, log in to your myAleKino! account in the scheduled time block. Your tickets will be available under ‘My tickets’, where you will find the ‘Watch’ button.
Note: you can only play the film in the scheduled 4-hour time block:
- 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
- 2:00–6:00 p.m.
- 6:00–10:00 p.m.
Please read the screening schedule carefully!
Yes, online screenings are only available to registered and logged-in users. You can create an account at: alekino.com/myalekino.
Only foreign guests can watch films from the Video Library.
Yes, to watch any screening, you need to request a free pass. To do this, select the online screening you would like to access from the schedule and click ‘Get a ticket’. It is not possible to get passes for the entire week in advance. You can get screening passes for a particular day, and up to two passes for the following days.
The number of tickets to each screening is limited. Passes are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
The list of your tickets for online screenings can be found under ‘My tickets’ in your user account.
Films are screened in 4-hour time blocks. This means that if the screening is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., you can START watching it no later than at 2:00 p.m.
Yes. If you start watching a film within any particular time block, you can finish watching even after the block has ended. However, it is important that you do not close the website where the film is being played after the end of the time block. If you need to stop for any reason, use pause. If you close the website, you will not be able to continue watching.
All films presented at the 38. Ale Kino! International Young Audience Film Festival will be available in Polish (dubbing, voiceover or subtitles). Detailed information can be found in the description of each film in the ‘Programme’ tab on the alekino.com website.
No, only users who log in to their myAleKino! account from the territory of Poland can access Festival screenings.
Films can be watched in the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera. We recommend that you install the latest version of the browser.
Films are played in HD quality adapted to the connection speed at the time of streaming – the highest quality: 1080p, the lowest: 540p.
The minimum connection speed required is 2 Mbps, but we recommend that you use a connection with a speed higher than 10 Mbps.
The quality of the film-sharing service may depend on the technical parameters of the Internet connection and the technical parameters of the device used to access the Festival films.
You can connect your computer to your TV set using an HDMI cable.
No, you can only watch films on one device at a time.
Yes, you can pause or rewind any film you have access to. However, if you close the browser, you will only be able to play the film again within the specific time block in which the film is scheduled.
Films are only available within the scheduled time block. Each title will only be activated at the start of the respective film block. Detailed information about the dates and times of screenings can be found on each film’s respective page. If you experience problems loading the screening, please refresh the page, close any tabs you are not using or try another browser. If the problem persists, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email, please state which browser and system you are using, provide the result from fast.com (Internet connection speed testing website), as well as your myAleKino! account login and details of the screening (title, date and time of screening).