Established in 1949, the company is today the largest film studio in Poland and one of the key producers of feature and documentary films, providing complex film services, such as sound stages, editing systems, lighting equipment, costume collections and set building units. Other services include archiving documentary and feature films and transferring to video formats. Providing production services to other entities, the company in fact cooperates on a majority of films produced in Poland. Fully equipped with units for painting, woodworking, mechanical workshops, costume and prop storage, production and office space, as well as special transport services. The Film Archive contains over 4,000 titles, Polish Film Chronicles, wartime chronicles from the First and Second World Wars and over 1,000 feature films. In 2006 the company produced or finished production of ten feature and documentary films. These include Chaos by Xawery Żuławski, Czeka na nas świat by Robert Krzempek, Kto nigdy nie żył... (Who Never Lived...) by Andrzej Seweryn, Jasminum by Jan Jakub Kolski, Co słonko widziało (What the Sun Saw) by Michał Rosa, S@motność w sieci (Loneliness on the Net) by Witold Adamek and Po sezonie (After the Season) by Janusz Majewski. In 2007 the company produced Sztuczki (Tricks) by Andrzej Jakimowski, Ogród Luizy (Louise's Garden) by Maciej Wojtyszko, Ranczo Wilkowyje, Wszystko będzie dobrze (All Will Be Well) by Tomasz Wiszniewski and a number of documentary films. In 2008 the company co-produced 11 new features, including Boisko bezdomnych (The Offsiders), the latest feature from Juliusz Machulski entitled Ile waży koń trojański?, Niezawodny system, Ostatnia akcja, Rysa (Damage), Senność, Serce na dłoni, Stary człowiek i pies and Mniejsze zło. Recent documentaries include My Cichociemni. Głosy żyjących, released in Polish cinemas. In 2009 the company produced 5 new features, including Galerianki, Enen, Generał Nil, Operacja Dunaj and Miasto bez Boga.