The Kino Świat company is an independent film distributor in Poland. It was established in 2001 and gradually expanded its operations to various forms of film distribution, e.g. VHS, DVD, Pay TV and television, while also becoming involved in the production of Polish feature films. In addition, KINO ŚWIAT distributes a number of Hollywood films, as well as European and Polish arthouse films. Recent titles include among others: Look at Me by Agnes Jaoui, The Educators by Hans Weingartner, Fahrenheit 9/11 by Michael Moore, Italian for Beginners by Lone Scherfig and The Travelling Birds. In 2006 Kino Świat distributed Good Night and Good Luck, Sophie Scholl, The Big White, Clerks 2 and Ask the Dust. 2007 saw the release of The Road to Guantanamo and Grbavica. One of the main areas remains the distribution of Polish titles, for instance in 2006 alone the list included Retrieval by Sławomir Fabicki, Hi Way by Jacek Borusiński, Loneliness on the Net by Witold Adamek and After the Season by Janusz Majewski, followed by What Sun Has Seen in 2007. Most recently KINO ŚWIAT released the acclaimed 33 Scenes from Life, Stary człowiek i pies and the popular comedy To nie tak jak myślisz, kotku.