Follow us on

Poland Movie Index

← Production Countries Overview

  1. Index of Movies by Year
  2. Alphabetical Movie Index

The table below lists a yearly breakdown of information about movies produced by production companies based in Poland. The Share is a percentage based on total worldwide box office of the movies produced by production companies in this country relative to the combined worldwide box office of all movies in the listed year. Please note that movies that are co-produced by different countries count for the share of each country, and the production country information in our database is incomplete. These factors will typically cause the share percentages in a specific year not to add up to 100%. Click on the year number for a list of all the films released that year. Click on the movie name to see information on the individual film.

Note: Since we are still actively researching production countries, we consider this chart to be in beta mode. While we make every effort to collect all available data, there are inevitably omissions and errors. Please help us by sending corrections to corrections@the-numbers.com.

Release
Year
Total
Produced
Movies
Average
Production
Budget
Total Worldwide
Box Office
ShareTop-Grossing Movie
2018 18   $44,886,935 0.247% Kobiety Mafii
2017 35   $67,930,411 0.181% Listy Do M3
2016 32   $62,623,145 0.176% Pitbull: Niebezpieczne Kobiety
2015 14 $800,000 $24,095,386 0.070% Listy do M. 2
2014 5 $2,600,000 $34,740,165 0.120% Ida
2013 2   $139,974 0.000% The Congress
2012 7   $19,936,994 0.064% In Darkness
2011 2 $25,000,000 $38,424,341 0.140% Carnage
2010 2   $1,019,681 0.004% 2010 Oscar Shorts
2009 5   $19,152,072 0.073% Katyn
2008 4   $20,667,326 0.086% Lejdis
2007 4   $3,549,342 0.015% Testosteron (Poland, 2007)
2002 1        
2000 1   $759,898 0.006% Dekalog
1999 1   $119,981 0.001% The Saragossa Manuscript
1994 2   $5,507,000 0.063% Trois couleurs: Rouge
1993 1   $1,337,138 0.017% Trois couleurs: Bleu
1992 1   $25,083 0.000% La Double Vie de Véronique
1985 1        

The table below shows the highest-grossing movie that begins with each letter of the alphabet produced by Poland production companies, including co-productions involving other countries. Click on the name of the film to go to its page, or click on the letter at the beginning of each row for a list of all the movies beginning with that letter.

IndexRelease YearMovieCo-Producing
Countries
Production
Budget
Total Worldwide
Box Office
Trailer
1 2015 11 minut Ireland,
Poland
  $11,816  
2 2015 2015 Oscar Shorts Canada,
China,
France,
Israel,
Mexico,
Netherlands,
Norway,
Poland,
Switzerland,
United Kingdom,
United States
  $2,412,493  
7 2016 7 rzeczy, których nie wiecie o facetach Poland   $5,267,920  
A 2009 Antichrist Denmark,
France,
Germany,
Italy,
Poland,
Sweden
  $2,492,704  
B 2017 Botoks Poland   $14,396,860  
C 2011 Carnage France,
Germany,
Poland,
Spain
$25,000,000 $38,112,154 Play
D 2015 Disco Polo Poland   $4,301,648  
E 2012 Elles France,
Germany,
Poland
  $1,318,150  
F 2012 The Flying Machine Poland,
United Kingdom
  $16,407  
G 2018 Gotowi Na Wszystko. Exterminator. Poland   $1,971,614  
H 2015 Hiszpanka Poland   $194,591  
I 2012 In Darkness Canada,
Germany,
Poland
  $16,692,775 Play
J 2008 Jeszcze Raz Poland   $1,136,947  
K 2018 Kobiety Mafii Poland   $13,100,948  
L 2017 Listy Do M3 Poland   $18,421,612  
M 2016 Moje córki krowy Poland   $3,097,650  
N 2008 Nie klam, kochanie Poland   $6,773,855  
O 2016 Ostatnia Rodzina Poland   $2,262,431  
P 2016 Pitbull: Niebezpieczne Kobiety Poland   $15,049,158  
R 2016 Rudý kapitán Czech Republic,
Poland,
Slovakia
  $651,002  
S 2017 Sztuka kochania. Historia Michaliny Wislockiej Poland   $8,869,241  
T 1994 Trois couleurs: Rouge France,
Poland,
Switzerland
  $4,043,000  
V 2014 La Vénus à la fourrure France,
Poland
  $7,845,205  
W 2016 Wolyn Poland   $6,875,682  
Y 2016 Yarn Cuba,
Denmark,
Germany,
Iceland,
Netherlands,
Norway,
Poland,
Spain,
Sweden,
United Kingdom,
United States
  $119  
Z 2018 Zimna wojna France,
Poland,
United Kingdom
  $3,612,540  
ProductionNext