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Radio plays produced by Teatr Polskiego Radia (competition)

1.Stanisław Wyspiański: “Warszawianka”

Premiere: 1 March 2018
Adaptation and direction: Wawrzyniec Kostrzewski
Music: Mateusz Wachowiak
Production: Andrzej Brzoska

Actors: Maciej Babicz, Przemysław Bluszcz, Karolina Charkiewicz, Adam Ferency, Michał Klawiter, Dominika Kluźniak, Anna Lemieszek, Agata Różycka, Olga Sarzyńska, Dawid Ściupidro, Hanna Skarga and Marcin Stępniak

Duration: 44 minutes

Its quest for new texts and authors aside, Teatr Polskiego Radia constantly resorts to the classics. “Warszawianka” is a radio play based on a drama by one of the most important Polish playwrights, directed by one of the most important directors of the young generation. The director did not oppose the tradition of staging Wyspiański’s pieces. He sought to distil from the text not only the drama of the represented situation but also the psychological motivation behind characters’ actions, the tragedy of the historical situation, and the critical political connotations pointed to by the author. This resulted in a radio play that is raw and real. The director reads the poet’s words with utmost attention.

2.Franciszek Bohomolec: “Małżeństwo z kalendarza”

Premiere: 2 April 2017
Adaptation, direction and music production: Jarosław Tumidajski
Acoustic production: Andrzej Brzoska

Actors: Jerzy Radziwiłowicz, Danuta Stenka, Monika Pikuła, Katarzyna Dąbrowska, Piotr Polak, Rafał Zawierucha, Grzegorz Kwiecień, Jakub Kamieński and Sławomir Orzechowski

Duration: 45 minutes

A completely original take on the old piece. Now probably known only to the researchers of the 18th-century literature, Bohomolec’s comedy was a trampoline Jarosław Tumidajski uses to explore the modern time. He humorously shows how much today’s ‘hipster community’ takes after the ways of the so-called elites of the society in the past. This is a smart comedy with carefully selected actors.

3.Weronika Murek: “Uprawa roślin południowych metodą Miczurina”

Premiere: 12 March 2017
Direction: Julia Mark
Acoustic production: Tomasz Perkowski
Music production: Mira Mańka

Actors: Lech Łotocki, Andrzej Mastalerz, Aleksandra Konieczna, Anna Gorajska, Mateusz Łasowski, Eliza Borowska, Ewelina Żak, Ewa Dałkowska, Adam Ferency, Magdalena Karel, Zofia Kołodziejczyk and Michał Rosiński

Duration: 42 minutes

The author lent her texts and themes from her short story collection, which a few years ago attracted a lot of attention, and the young director has turned the clumsy literature into a script that is both coherent and stylistically grotesque. The heroine is a girl who has survived… her own death. Or maybe it is just the mysterious narrator of that world that makes us stand above the common-sense view of various phenomena and look beneath the outer layer of reality? In that case, there might be no death at all. Both the author and the director take us on a trip to a land of poetic thinking, the world of folk magic and fantastic imagination that might be cruel at times.

4.Michał Zdunik: “Gate 0”

Premiere: 1 June 2017
Direction and music: Michał Zdunik
Acoustic production: Maciej Kubera

Actors: Katarzyna Dąbrowska, Marta Kurzak, Łukasz Borkowski, Wiktor Loga-Skarczewski and Jerzy Radziwiłowicz

Duration: 46 minutes

A radio debut of the young director who is a graduate of the Academy of Dramatic Art and an author of scripts executed at Polish Radio. “Gate 0” is a story of an apparently ordinary airplane journey that actually takes place at a strange airport. The voices of those who have been long gone return, as do recollections. Then resound the disquieting, vague messages from the air traffic control. What kind of journey is this? What is its direction? How about the destination? Is it a dream or not; is it a reality or some foggy, unreal vistas?

5.Tamara Antonijević: “Pewnego dnia wszystko to zmieści się w mniejszej torebce” (translation: Aleksandra Jakubczak)

Premiere: 19 March 2017
Co-production: The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute
Direction: Małgorzata Wdowik
Acoustic production: Andrzej Brzoska
Sound composition: Ole Hübner

Actor: Katarzyna Wajda

A radio play recorded with the bi-natural method.

Duration: 37 minutes

“Pewnego dnia wszystko to zmieści się w mniejszej torebce” is a radio play produced in collaboration with the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute and based on a poetic piece by the Serbian author Tamara Antonijević. The musical part was composed by the acclaimed young composer Ole Hübner, and the whole thing directed by Małgorzata Wdowik.

It is a story about today’s world dominated by technology. It might be that anything we bring into the network, each picture, sound, thought and dream, will circulate in some ‘clouds’ until the end of the world. And those things will speak of us, in a good or bad way. The radio play does not follow a classical plot; it is more of a series of poetic images triggered by sounds – human voices, the sounds of a speech synthesizer (which, one day, may replace our voice in the media), the records of natural sounds and some disconcerting music. The feel of suggestive out-of-ordinariness is heightened by the special recording technique used by the director of audiography – the bi-natural technique. For this reason, the audience needs to use headphones to properly enjoy the sound dimension of the play.

TV plays (competition)

1.”Porwać się na życie”

This is a lyrical comedy kept in the convention of “Czech” humor. The absurd story of great love. Fifty-year-old hero, a lifeless loser and unlucky, decides once in a lifetime to dare and make a heroic act. He abducts his work colleague (in which he is in love from childhood) to free her from her primitive husband and start a new life with her.

When he takes her to his aunt’s empty house, he realizes what he has actually done. And then the abducted friend encourages him and maintains in the conviction that his act was right and deeply human. It does not change the fact, however, that she will face both her husband and her husband.

Art won the competition of the Association of Authors ZAiKS and WFDiF for a dramatic piece for TEATROTEKA.

TEXT AUTHOR: Robert Urbański
DIRECTOR: Michał Szcześniak
PHOTOS: Paweł Dyllus P.S.C.
SCENORGRAPHY: Anna Wunderlich
COSTUMES: Agata Culak
MONTAGE: Svitlana Topor
MUSIC: Agata Kurzyk
SOUND: Aleksandra Pniak, Grzegorz Żaglewski, Radosław Ochnio
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Paweł Mantorski
PROGRAM CONSULTATION: Zenon Butkiewicz
EDITOR’S GUIDE: Krzysztof Domagalik
ARTISTIC CARE: Maciej Wojtyszko
MANUFACTURER: Włodzimierz Niderhaus.

Cast:
Agata Kulesza (Karolina)
Andrzej Mastalerz (Tadek)
Tomasz Sapryk (Wojtek)
Iza Kuna (Iwona)
Andrzej Konopka (Prosecutor)

Duration: 56 minutes
Production year: 2017

2.”Cicha noc”

This is not the first play they wrote under the pseudonym of my sister – Monika Muskała (translator) and Gabriela Muskała (actress). Similarly to the previous dramas of this company, we have in the center of interest a multigenerational Polish family with mother in the main role and memory and remembering in the background.

The action of art takes place the day before and on Christmas Eve. And although all the heroes expect the upcoming Christmas, they know that, like every year, their family meeting will trigger a series of unwanted, often painful memories related to the place of origin of the family, with the tragedy that the family met over the years from the Ukrainians.

TEXT AUTHOR: Amanita Muskaria
DIRECTOR: Paweł Paszta
PHOTOS: Jakub Burakiewicz
SCENORGRAPHY AND COSTUMES: Aleksadra Szempruch
ASSEMBLY: Jakub Motylewski
MUSIC: Tomasz Opałka
SOUND: Joanna Napieralska
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Paweł Mantorski
PROGRAM CONSULTATION: Zenon Butkiewicz
EDITOR’S GUIDE: Krzysztof Domagalik
ARTISTIC CARE: Maciej Wojtyszko
MANUFACTURER: Włodzimierz Niderhaus

Cast:
Sławomir Łozińska (Marylka)
Dariusz Siastacz (Józek)
Anna Januszewska (Magda)
Zygmunt Malanowicz (Roman)
Tomira Kowalik (Mama)
Karina Krzywicka (Auntie)
Zdzisław Wardejn (Wujek)

Duration: 44 minutes
Production year: 2017

3.”Gardenia”

A portrait of four women from one Cracow family. The story of a mother, daughter, granddaughter and granddaughter, who, in addition to blood ties, have something else in common – alcohol addiction. The subject of generations of addictions handed down in the relay served the author to create a picture of the society from the 1930s to the present day. It is not only about the social scourge of alcoholism. It is cruel in its realism to deny the romantic vision of a woman as a goddess of home and guardian of national values.

In the production of Wojciech Urbański, the author, Elżbieta Chowaniec, appears as one of the characters in the drama.

TEXT AUTHOR: Elżbieta Chowaniec
DIRECTION: Wojciech Urbański
PHOTOS: Michał Gościk
SCENORGRAPHY AND COSTUMES: Ewa Gdowiok
ASSEMBLY: Jakub Motylewski
MUSIC: Natalia Babińska
SOUND: Aleksandra Pniak, Michał Robaczewski, Aleksander Musiałowski
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Paweł Mantorski
PROGRAM CONSULTATION: Zenon Butkiewicz
EDITOR’S GUIDE: Krzysztof Domagalik
ARTISTIC CARE: Maciej Wojtyszko
MANUFACTURER: Włodzimierz Niderhaus

Cast:
Aneta Todorczuk-Perchuć (Female and female)
Agnieszka Przepiórska (Woman II)
Magdalena Górska (Woman III)
Hanna Konarowska (Female IV)
Elżbieta Chowaniec (author)

Duration: 47 minutes
Production year: 2017

4.”Słabi”

Who are the “weak” titles of Magdalena Drab’s art? They are people, many around us. Banal and tormented by their own banality, unable to face gray everyday life.

Falling, or maybe just running away into depression. Those who want love and a better life are infected with death, although the fear of it completely paralyzes them. The main character of the play is a woman who, after the birth of her child, falls into depression. This depression isolates her from family and other people. Is, however, surely motherhood becomes the cause of her illness? Or maybe she had already shown the weakness of being sensitive in a world where the atrophy of feelings and the primitivism of behavior are considered to be strength?

Magdalena Drab’s art won in the prestigious Gdynia Drama Prize competition in 2017.

TEXT AUTHOR: Magdalena Drab
DIRECTOR: Arek Biedrzycki
PHOTOS: Filip Załuska
SCENORGRAPHY: Justyna Elminowska
COSTUMES: Elżbieta Szurpicka
ASSEMBLY: Marcin Sucharski
MUSIC: Teonika Rożynek
SOUND: Michał Robaczewski, Aleksander Musiałowski
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Paweł Mantorski
PROGRAM CONSULTATION: Zenon Butkiewicz
EDITOR’S GUIDE: Krzysztof Domagalik
ARTISTIC CARE: Maciej Wojtyszko
MANUFACTURER: Włodzimierz Niderhaus

Cast:
Karolina Kominek (Anina)
Michał Czarnik (husband)
Michał Meyer (Jan)
Sonia Roszczuk (Taka Jeden)
Szymon Nowak (That One)
Agnieszka Wosińska (That’s it)
Marta Malikowska (Inna taka / Pani Shrinked)
Stefania Biedrzycka (Child)

Duration: 61 minutes
Production year: 2018

5.”Spalenie Joanny”

The subject of the play, which was awarded in the competition of the ZAiKS and WFDiF Authors’ Association, are irregularities and frauds related to the reprivatization of Warsaw land and tenement houses. Art, written before the subject hit the headlines and started the process, is not a realistic drama, though it shows the brutal methods of cheaters and the wrongs of the removed tenants.

The play is written in the poetics of romantic drama, and the hot topic of the “wild” reprivatization of land and real estate is included in the form of a literary parable with elements of the grotesque. The recurring theme of “reversing history” and “repairing wrongs” appears in the performance, as a universal theme, going far beyond the issue of reprivatization.

TEXT AUTHOR: Magdalena Miecznicka
DIRECTOR: Agata Baumgart
PHOTOS: Szymon Kluz
SCENORGRAPHY AND COSTUMES: Dominika Olszowy
MONTAGE: Tomasz Ciesielski P.S.M.
MUSIC: Damian Pielka
SOUND: Michał Robaczewski, Michał Truong, Tomasz Wieczorek
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Paweł Mantorski
PROGRAM CONSULTATION: Zenon Butkiewicz
EDITOR’S GUIDE: Krzysztof Domagalik
ARTISTIC CARE: Maciej Wojtyszko
MANUFACTURER: Włodzimierz Niderhaus

Cast:
Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak (Helena)
Anna Kłos-Kleszczewska (Joanna)
Krzysztof Ogłoza (Man in the scope)
Henryk Niebudek (City Hall official)
Dobromir Dymecki (Patron)
Piotr Ligienza (Corporate employee)
Agnieszka Roszkowska (Woman without history)
Klara Bielawka (Lady in black lace)
Anna Gorajska (Lady in veil)
Dawid Lipiński (January Uprising)

Duration: 50 minutes
Production year: 2017

“Polonia Restituta” series (out of competition)

1.Andrzej Sowa, Krzysztof Szwed: “Komendant niezłomny”

Direction: Waldemar Modestowicz
Acoustic production: Maciej Kubera
Music production: Tomasz Obertyn
Cast: Mariusz Bonaszewski (Józef Piłsudski), Paulina Holtz (Aleksandra Zagórska), Wojciech Żołądkowicz (Aleksander Hrynkiewicz), Piotr Bajtlik (Michał Sokolnicki), Maciej Zuchowicz (Tadeusz Kasprzycki), Justyna Kowalska (Leonarda Lewandowska), Szymon Kuśmider (Wincenty Witos), Barbara Zielińska (Gypsy)

A biographical radio play dedicated to the Marshal Józef Piłsudski. The script written by the journalists is not just a dry compilation of documents. The authors build multi-dimensional characters of heroes, and the director and actors create the realities of a vivid radio show.

Duration: 45 minutes

2.Andrzej Sowa: “Listopad”

Direction: Janusz Kukuła
Acoustic production: Paweł Szaliński
Music production: Tomasz Obertyn
Cast: Andrzej Ferenc (Narrator), Arkadiusz Bazak (Count Aleksander Skarbek), Henryk Talar (Karl von Benigni),Tomasz Marzecki (colonel Bolesław Roja), Elżbieta Kijowska (Maria Kamińska), Marek Frąckowiak (Jan Kamiński), Zofia Zborowska (Łucja Kamińska), Piotr Zelt (Officer I / Ignacy Boerner), Piotr Kozłowski (Officer II), Mirosław Zbrojewicz (Officer III), Kacper Matula (Soldier of the Polish Military Organization), Marek Barbasiewicz (General Anton Liposzczak), Adam Bauman (Captain Milan Milić), Tomasz Budyta (Stanisław Thugutt), Adam Ferency (Ignacy Daszyński), Jacek Lenartowicz (Wincenty Witos), Krzysztof Banaszyk (Edward Rydz-Śmigły), Kazimierz Kaczor (Błażej Stolarski), Mariusz Bonaszewski (Józef Piłsudski), Robert Czebotar (Kazimierz Sosnkowski), Zbigniew Suszyński (Harry von Kessler), Grzegorz Damięcki (Hugo von Lerchenfeld), Wojciech Duryasz (Zdzisław Lubomirski), Grzegorz Kwiecień (Stach)

A radio show presenting major political events related to the process of the announcement of Poland’s independence in November 1918, based on a screenplay written by a radio journalist specializing in historical themes. This is a documentary radio play presenting major facts in the words of official documents, letters, diaries, press reports, with their situational and psychological credibility resting on the actors and the director. The radio play unfolds at the pace of a radio show that has a specific climax and resolution.

Duration: 41 minutes

3.Wojciech Brodnicki: “W drodze do Wersalu”

Direction: Sławomir Pietrzykowski
Acoustic production: Ewa Szałkowska
Cast: Grażyna Barszczewska, Marek Bargiełowski, Zdzisław Tobiasz, Henryk Boukołowski, Wacław Szklarski, Jolanta Wołłejko, Witold Skaruch, Marek Obertyn, Krzysztof Chamiec and Janusz Zakrzeński

A radio play about Roman Dmowski. A biographical radio play based on documents (memoires, biographies, letters etc.) representing one of major participants of Poland’s rebirth.

Duration: 35 minutes

4.Krystyna Broll-Jarecka“Argument ostateczny (episodes 1–4)”

Direction: Zdzisław Dąbrowski
Acoustic production: Andrzej Złomski
Music production: Zbigniew Wiszniewski
Cast: August Kowalczyk (Narrator I), Stanisław Mikulski (Narrator II), Leszek Herdegen (Korfanty), Sylwester Pawłowski (Czapla), Stanisław Zatłoka, Stefan Śródka (Insurgent), Janusz Kłosiński (Witos), Józef Duriasz (Adam. St. Sapieha) and others

A radio play about the struggle for Poland’s borders following 1918. This four-episode documentary radio play shows yet another form of radio theatre representing historic events. The story is framed by the Narrators, who open specific themes and introduce historical individuals, themselves presenting subsequent stages of Silesian uprisings and Wojciech Korfanty’s historical role in the words of documents. This is the oldest radio play in this section.

Duration: 22 minutes + 20 + 22 + 24 minutes

5.Zygmunt Tempka-Nowakowski: “Gałązka rozmarynu”

Adaptation: Iwona Malinowska
Direction: Andrzej Zakrzewski
Acoustic production: Andrzej Brzoska
Music production: Marian Szałkowski
Cast: Adam Bauman, Ewa Wencel, Jerzy Matałowski, Krzysztof Kumor, Ewa Wawrzoń, Wojciech Duryasz, Małgorzata Kożuchowska, Łukasz Lewandowski and others

This is a radio play based on a drama written by a famous journalist and actor, a tribute to the Legions and their leader, very popular in the final years of the interwar Poland. It represents the events related to the recruitment to the Legions in Kielce and the battles of the First Brigade. Importantly, the author of the drama took part in the events himself. Zygmunt Tempka-Nowakowski joined the Legions in 1914. Following his return from the war, he quickly established a successful career as an actor. In 1926–-1929, he was an actor and director at the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. Since 1930, he contributed to “Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny” and since 1939, has been in exile. His voice was recognized by all listeners of the Radio Free Europe.

Duration: 80 minutes

Short feature films (out of competition)

1.”Szczur” – Dir. Anna Urbańczyk

Production year: 2017
Duration: 12 min

Screenplay: Anna Urbańczyk
DoP: Robert Lis
Editing: Izabela Pająk
Music: Mateusz Wysocki, Michał Wolski, Miłosz Smyl

Cast: Sonia Mietielica, Martin Bogdan, Armando Alvarado, Kamil Kołodziński, Oskar Stoczyński

At night, a group of young foreigners sharing a semi squat find an intruder. Will the actions taken by them restore the order and safety?

2.“Nic nowego pod słońcem” – Dir. Damian Kocur

Production year: 2017
Duration: 25 min

Screenplay: Damian Kocur
DoP: Robert Lis
Editing: Jerzy Zawadzki
Cast: Michał Romanowicz, Karolina Kalemba

Michael lives in the countryside, where he breeds cattle. After hours, he comes home, eats and rests. His days look identical, except for the one a girl he met online is coming to his place.

3.“Sweet Home Czyżewo” – Dir. Jakub Radej

Production year: 2017
Duration: 28 min

Screenplay: Jakub Radej
DoP: Józefina Gocman
Editing: Jakub Radej, Tomasz Mączka

Cast: Adam Bobik, Angelika Kurowska, Andrzej Popiel, Arkadiusz Bujalski, Karol Bernacki, Edyta Ostojak, Ryszard Starosta, Edyta Poseł, Grzegorz Przybył, Małgorzata Bień, Anastazja Różanowska

A day in the life of a boy who is coming back to his hometown after three years of working in the U.S. Marcin wants to launch a business of his life as he has expertise and money for the start. However, will he rebuild the relationship with his former love Krysia?

4.“Szczękościsk” – Dir. Kordian Kądziela

Production year: 2016
Duration: 30 min

Screenplay: Kordian Kądziela
DoP: Michał Pukowiec
Editing: Magdalena Chowańska

Cast: Sara Celler-Jezierska, Filip Perkowski, Rafał Kosowski, Marek Pyś, Tomasz Chrapusta, Włodzimierz Dyła, Marek Grabiec, Michał Wawrzecki, Szymon Kurzawa, Jan Moszumański

The artistic group of three “Szczękościsk” wants to conquer the art market. For the time being, though, members of the group are committed to some more mundane matters. Igor makes money by photographing products for supermarket brochures; Baton haunts children in a house of fear at a theme park; Laura is an accountant at a company disposing of electronic waste. We see their struggle during the preparation for Prowokalia, a major performance art festival.

5.“Magma” – Dir. Paweł Maślona

Production year: 2013
Duration: 30 min

Screenplay: Maciej Mądracki, Paweł Maślona
DoP: Cezary Stolecki
Editing: Wojciech Słota, Paweł Maślona, Tomasz Krzeszowiec

Cast: Łukasz Simlat, Ewa Kaim, Adam Nawojczyk, Mateusz Łysiak

A tragicomedy. Janusz is a salesman at a furniture store. One day, he accidentally rips a pillow apart, which is the first “accident” occurring in the film. It seems Janusz is upset about that. Or is it something else that bugs him?

6. “Chwila” – Dir. Piotr Domalewski

Production year: 2015
Duration: 15 min

Screenplay: Piotr Domalewski
DoP: Cezary Stolecki
Editing: Adam Kozioł
Music: Piotr Domalewski, Anna Stela

Cast: Sławomir Grzymkowski, Julia Kerner, Katarzyna Domalewska, Małgorzata Buczkowska, Anna Moskal, Andrzej Konopka, Lena Mieńkowska, Szymon Kraszewski

The night falls over an exclusive estate of identical houses. Marcin invites his neighbour and his family to a dinner. Below his door, he notices something that will bug him for the rest of the evening.

Short documentary films (out of competition)

1.”Biało-czerwoni z Chrząstawy”

Director and screenplay: Krystian Kamiński
Operator: Filip Cichecki, Mateusz Wołoczko
Editing: Marek Domowicz
Cast: Bohdan Kwaśniak, Maria Kwaśniak, Robert Radzioch, Zbigniew Zamolski, Mateusz Nagielski, Mariusz Kamieniak Music: Marek Papaj

Duration: 53 minutes
Production year: 2014

The document presents the worst football team in the country. In the season only failures, some even over twenty to zero. Bohdan Kwaśniak (54) founded the LZS Chrząstawa club in 1980, is its president. He is also a coach and still a footballer. He is an old bachelor, still living with his parents. He is constantly dreaming about great football. You can find many relevant references to our national football team in this video.

2.”Casting”

Director and screenplay: Klaudia Kęska
Operator: Jan Barszczewski
Assembly: Alan Zejer
Duration: 20 minutes
Production year: 2018

Michał Chmielewski, a student of the film school in Katowice, is to realize the last scene from the film The Godfather. He does not invite professional actors to participate in the project. Michał announces casting at an orphanage in Katowice.

3.”If only I was a spider”

Director and screenplay: Katarzyna Warzecha, Alex Casinov, Martyna Majewska
Operator: Robert Lis, Natalia Pietsch, Mariusz Rychłowski
Installation: Piotr Chomczyk
Music: Raphael Rogiński
Duration: 18 minutes
Production year: 2015

In nice scenery, hidden between limestone rocks, there is a village school – the smallest in the European Union, with only five children. The students walk on the ground and make dreams come true to the surrounding reality. Young, and already like adults. Only five-year-old Krystian can be easily kidnapped by the naïve imagination and fly in the clouds on the spider’s thread. Will there be a place for a sensitive superperhero in this world? In the tiny, student community, you can see phenomena that are easy to miss in educational molochs. “If only I was a spider” is a film about a norm that does not accept dissimilarity and diversity, which does not allow you to be drilled to the norm.

4.”Sonda o kobietach”

Director and screenplay: Mateusz Głowacki
Photographs: Jakub Cachro, Matusz Głowacki
Installation: Matusz Głowacki
Music: Mozart, Pucini
Duration: 30 minutes
Year of production: 2012

A film about women seen from the point of view of young men. The boys talk about how they fell in love, how they picked up their women, how they lived with them and how they parted ways with them.

Cast: Marcin Banasiak, Mariusz Bednarek, Krzysztof Bobrowski, Sebastian Borowczyk, Dariusz Chojnacki, Andrzej Chwasta, Rafał Czuchajewski, Tomasz Dembicki, Wojciech Gabryś, Paweł Jakubczyk, Mateusz Józefowicz, Marcin Kaleta, Marcin Karkowski, Marek Kęćkowski, Tomasz Lewicki, Maciej Mądracki, Łukasz Ołtarzewski, Michał Pukowiec, Łukasz Ripper, Artur Sawa, Janusz Szewczyk, Łukasz Szkaradnik, Maciej Sobierajski, Tomasz Tarnawski, Tomasz Termena, Dariusz Wierzbowicz, Marek Wojtasik, and Michał Wychodil.

5.”Tama”

Directed by: Natalia Koniarz
Duration: 22 minutes
Production year: 2018

Father and son on the go. They meet to spend some time together after they broke up contact with each other. However, this is not a carefree weekend in a hut in the Bieszczady Mountains. The drunk father asks rhetorically: “What, you thought it would be light?” Building the title dam on a mountain stream can be read in terms of combating weaknesses, a joint effort directed against prejudices and mutual grievances. In the resulting pool, you can find purification and (temporary) relief.

6. „Pasdar”

Director: Grzegorz Piekarski
Duration: 14 min
Production year: 2017

A film portrait of the Iranians Mohammad Reza and his daughter Sahar. The surroundings of the Iraqi border where they live are full of traces of past wars. A loving father, as a veteran, feels the need to get involved in the struggle against Islamic State, at the same time asks for acceptance from his daughter.

7. “Proch”

Directed by: Jakub Radej

“Proch” is a study of the way a human body has to pass from the moment of death to the funeral. The next stages of this path (dissection, morgue, cemetery) are juxtaposed in Jakub Radeja’s film with bureaucratic book-keeping, which also becomes the property of the deceased or deceased. Cool registration of the fate of these material remnants of man is an open form in which one can enter both the question about the meaning of existence and the reflection on the loneliness of people who nobody says goodbye …