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KINOTEKA STUDIO 2013: WORKSHOPS FOR WRITERS/DIRECTORS

ABOUT KINOTEKA STUDIO 2013
An intensive three days lab-based programme aimed at writer-directors who wish to move from shorts to features or who have made their first low-budget features. Ten selected writer-directors will have the opportunity to polish their skills in story development, pitching and directing actors during practical lectures, workshops … Read More »

ANDY VOTEL PRESENTS: KLEKSPLOITATION

Andy Votel presents: Kleksploitation, an homage to Pan Kleks, a Polish trilogy of films for children from the 1980s, loved by Poland’s children from that era. Votel draws on images, music and sound from the original films, selecting and subverting, to coax their darker side to the surface and create … Read More »

4 DAY ANIMATION WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN AGED 10-14

Inspired by the works of Witold Giersz, whose retrospective will be presented at the National Gallery, the London International Animation Festival team will be running 4-day animation workshop giving the children the chance to learn the basics of animation. Participants will practice drawing, painting, creating characters, sets and backgrounds and … Read More »

BAFTA MASTERCLASS: CINEMATOGRAPHY WITH PAWEL EDELMAN

A long-time collaborator of Roman Polanski’s, award winning Polish cinematographer Paweł Edelman will discuss his creative practice. His work on The Pianist won him Best European Cinematographer at the European Film Awards 2002, César Award for Best Cinematography and was nominated for an Academy Award and BAFTA. Edelman has expertly … Read More »

TOMASZ OPASINSKI TALK: FROM PL TO L.A.

Pop in for a masterclass with the Polish graphic designer Tomasz Opasiński to find out about his successful working methods, new graphic trends in Hollywood, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the world’s biggest industry. The event will be an excellent opportunity for the cross-continental exchange of ideas, a … Read More »

F*CK FOR FOREST

Berlin’s Fuck For Forest is one of the world’s most bizarre charities. Based on the idea that sex can save the world, the NGO raises money for their environmental cause by selling home-made erotic films on the internet. Meet Danny, a troubled soul, as he accidentally discovers this exuberant, neo-hippy … Read More »

BABY BLUES (BEJBI BLUES)

Katarzyna Rosłaniec follows her controversial debut Mall Girls with a frank look at teen pregnancy. 17-year-old Natalia, whose own young mother disappears early on, must struggle alone to raise 7-month-old Antek, with only occasional assistance from skater dad, Kuba. Despite their love for the baby, the teens’ short attention spans … Read More »

ROSE (ROZA) – LONDON

Hiding alone in her farmhouse, Rose, a widowed  Polish Masurian, attempts to survive the brutal attacks by Soviet soldiers and Polish locals. Having returned her husband’s wedding ring, former soldier Tadeusz decides to stay and assist Rose in replanting her mineinfested potato field. Gradually a tender and fiercely loyal relationship … Read More »

MANHUNT (OBLAWA)

In this grim but punchy WWII drama Marcin Dorociński plays a Polish partisan who acts as a merciless executioner of informants. He must carry out a death sentence on Kondolewicz (Maciej Stuhr), the owner of a local mill who reports to the Gestapo. The man turns out to be an … Read More »

IT LOOKS PRETTY FROM A DISTANCE (Z DALEKA WIDOK JEST PIEKNY)

Unfolding in a secluded Polish village by the woods and a river, It Looks Pretty from a Distance is a love story between a scrapper and a girl. In an air of ubiquitous secrecy the villagers and the couple live their usual dull lives of hardship until the scrapper vanishes. … Read More »

 

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