How to watch films made available through „Plug Yourself In. Documentary Cinema Online” project?

Films will be screened free of charge at the festival website Premiere dates will be announced in due time. The number of e-tickets available for each film is limited.


Films at are only accessible on Polish territory.

How to watch a film?

Register and then log onto the Festival website. Download the free-of-charge ticket available on each film’s subpage after its premiere.

The number of e-tickets available for each film is limited.

Films can be viewed within 24 hours of e-ticket download.

You will have 4 hours to watch the film once you click the „Play” button.

How to use the My Festival online functionality?

Once you log in and download the free-of-charge e-ticket from the film’s subpage, you will see your selected films in the “My downloaded e-tickets” in the My Festival view.

Once you download the ticket, you have 24 hours to watch the film.

Upon clicking the Play button next to the film for which you downloaded your ticket, you will have 4 hours to watch the film. After this time, the film will not be available for streaming.

All films will be available no longer than until October 30, 2020.

What you should know about accessing the films online.

Selected films on the platform will be made available for streaming until October 30, 2020 at the latest.

Films on the platform can only be accessed on Polish territory. You must have a Polish IP address and cannot use the platform outside of Poland. 

You can only access the content available for streaming on the platform once you have logged in and only if you are using one device at a time.

In order to access the films available for streaming, user devices must fulfill the following technical criteria and have internet access with minimum parameters as specified below:

1. Compatible web browsers include Chrome, Safari version 13 or higher, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge;

2. Films are played in HD quality adjusted to connection speed at the time of streaming, with highest resolution at 1080p, and lowest resolution at 540p.

3. The required minimum connection speed is 2 Mbps, but we recommend using one with a speed of over 10 Mbps.

4. You may stream through Chromecast, which allows you to watch the films on your TV set.

5. Streaming quality may depend on technical parameters related to your internet connection or the technical parameters related to the device you use to access festival films.

6. You may pause and scroll through the films you had gained access through the e-ticket download.

7. You can choose between Polish and English subtitles, however some films may have subtitles that are permanently embedded.

8. Some of the available Festival films are available for viewing with closed captions.

9. Films for children from the OKI DOKI section are available with a voiceover translation.

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