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  • Przemysław Kamiński

    Przemysław Kamiński

    Saturday | 3rd June 2017 | ECS 4:15 PM – The Gift | Poland | dir. Przemysław Kamiński | 2016 | 58 min. Q&A with the director Przemysław Kamiński after the film. Przemysław Kamiński - A cameraman who was born on 19th March 1970 in Wrocław. A graduate of cinematography and photography studies at the Faculty of Radio and Television at the Silesian University in Katowice. The director of photography for Marek Lechki’s films “My city” and “Erratum” or Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s - “Aria Diva”. He also cooperated with Marcin Koszałka on his films. “The Gift” is his directorial debut.

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  • Tal Amiran

    Tal Amiran

    Friday | 2nd June 2017 | ECS 9:40 PM – Sand Men | United Kingdom | dir. Tal Amiran | 2016 | 14 min. Q&A with the director Tal Amiran after the screening Tal Amiran is an award winning filmmaker based in London, UK. His work includes documentaries and moving image art work. Tal’s debut short documentary film Seven Days a Week, has been selected for over 25 film festivals internationally, winning Best Short Film at London Short Film Festival 2016, Best Documentary at PAMA, Paris, Best Documentary at Kurz Film Festival, Germany, and Winner of Shooting People’s Film of the Month. Seven Days a Week has also been acquired by the BFI National Archive. Tal graduated with a First Class Degree in Fine Art (New Media) from Chelsea College of Art in London, and is also a lecturer in Film and Moving Image Production BA course at Norwich University of the Arts, UK.

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  • Agnieszka Elbanowska

    Agnieszka Elbanowska

    Friday | 2nd June 2017 | ECS 6:30 PM – First Pole on Mars | Poland | dir. Agnieszka Elbanowska | 2016 | 37 min. Q&A with the director Agnieszka Elbanowska after the film Agnieszka Elbanowska - director, editor and photographer. She graduated from the University of Warsaw's Italian Department, from the History, Theory and Criticism of Cinema and Audiovisual Department of the Roma Tre University, from the Academy of Film and Television in Warsaw, and from the Wajda School. She has collaborated with Polish Television, and has co-created documentary films for TVP Polonia ("Liberta", "Prelude"). Her latest film, “The Love Equation of Henry Fast” was awarded on national and international festivals.

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  • Anna Zamecka

    Anna Zamecka

    Thursdat | 1st JUNE | ECS 4:00 PM – Communion | Poland | dir. Anna Zamecka | 2016 | 72 min. Q&A with the director, Anna Zamecka after the film Anna Zamecka - Polish director. She lives and works in Warsaw. She studied Journalism, Anthropology and Photography in Warsaw and Copenhagen. Her full-length debut „Communion” received Grand Prix of Semaine de la Critique at 69th Locarno Film Festival and the Polish Academy Award Eagle 2016 for Best Documentary.

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  • Martina Parenti

    Martina Parenti

    Martina Parenti Martina Parenti was born in 1972 in Milan. An Italian documentary maker who has worked on documentaries together with Massimo D'Anolfi for 10 years. The author of awarded and documentaries which have been appreciated at many renowned film festivals (in Locarno, Toronto, Los Angeles, Venice, Berlin): I promessi sposi (The Betrothed) (2007), Grandi Speranze (Great Expectations) (2009), Il Castello (The castle) (2011), Materia oscura (Dark Matter) (2013), L’Infinita fabbrica del Duomo (2015), Spira Mirabilis (2016).

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  • Michał Oleszczyk

    Michał Oleszczyk

    Michał Oleszczyk Born in 1982 in Tarnowskie Góry. Graduate of the Jagiellonian University's Institute of Audiovisual Arts. Film critic and a translator, assistant professor at the Faculty of Artes Libertates at the University of Warsaw. His articles have been published in many Polish and foreign periodicals. The author of The Bitterness of Exile. Terence Davies's Cinema book and co-author of tens of publications on film. In 2013-16,the Artistic Director of Gdynia Film Festival.

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  • Maciej Pieprzyca

    Maciej Pieprzyca

    Maciej Pieprzyca – the Chairperson of the Jury A scriptwriter and director, born on 5th May 1964 in Katowice. He graduated from journalist studies at the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Silesia in Katowice. Graduate of Film and Television Directing at the Faculty of Radio and Television at the University of Silesia in Katowice. For his picture Splinters, he received an Award for Directing Debut at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. His two subsequent feature films: Life Feels Good (2013) and I'm a Killer (2016) were awarded Silver Lions at the same festival. His films have received many awards, not only at Polish but also at international film festivals in Houston, New York, Chicago, Montreal or Moscow, etc. He made the She is Different, By Knockout, A Legend Will Remain, I Am a Murderer documentaries which have been appreciated at multiple documentary festivals. Apart from that, he is the author of the following TV theatre productions: Hairdresser, Down, Family Show and Who Do You Believe.

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