A story about the dog Rulon, who, after consuming some mysterious food, starts to fly. He decides to fulfil his dreams and fly off into space, where he encounters a sea of sweets. Rulon cannot control his appetite. At some point, however, he starts to get lonely, so he decides to return home. This turns out to be impossible because he has become a dachshund longer than the Earth. He thus drifts throughout the cosmos, devouring everything that he encounters in his path.
The film tells the story of Tymek Stebnicki, a 23-year-old American living in Poland. The protagonist has been suffering from Lyme disease for five years now. The illness has taken everything he cared for from him, leaving only faith. In his everyday life he encounters hardships which he faces without fear. Despite serious seizures, he still climbs trees just to feel that he is close to God.
An original production by the horde HELLESS from Police, Poland. The clip was made for the titular song from their début EP. The pictures were shot at the Municipal Culture Centre (MOK) in Police and within the murky interiors of the Siemczyno palace, where the clip had its preview showing in November 2016. The clip is a free series of video sequences. It’s a raw composition of spontaneously recorded shots, depicting the aggressive and impetuous atmosphere of the piece.
The film is a reaction video of a performer invited to a project, reacting to previously recorded feature shots. The performer was only given the name of the character which she was to become, and the costume. The entire production, made in the convention of a one-person theatre, is a record of her reaction to a film whose sole purpose was to elicit the performer’s reaction. When the show is over, the spectator and the co-creator of the performance have the opportunity to take part in other one-spectator theatre projects by FatnazjeDam.
The musings of a mature man born immediately after the war. His childhood, upbringing, and the political indoctrination have had a great impact on a negative perception of the war period and the Germans. Political changes and the possibility of getting to know the “enemy” made it necessary to re-evaluate viewpoints. The creation of a German war cemetery on Polish soil is a symbolic gesture of the normalisation of relations between Germans and Poles.
How does one transform the competition for the title of European Capital of Culture into a creative coalition of cities? In the time of talent shows, where amateur artists appear for free, is it possible to create a new musical formula that will allow to appreciate recognised artists? The film was made during the 13th edition of "Nut Ferment" – a musical spectacle in the form of a television talk show broadcast online. The programme has become a space for cooperation among musicians from 7 Polish cities, setting a new direction of thinking for the promotion of artists in Poland.
Story of a man who leads a monotonous life until he meets a red-haired woman. Then, his world turns upside-down – literally and figuratively. The animation won gold at the so-called students’ Oscars and made the short list of ten films competing for an Oscar in the short film category.
A creational documentary. This is a film portrait of Grzegorz, a gravedigger living in Wałbrzych, recording one day of his work. The film was created as a student’s short film study at the Department of Painting and New Media at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. It was awarded, among others, 2nd prize at the 11th IN OUT Festival 2017, 2nd prize at the 6th Anti-depressive Film Festival “Relanium” 2017 in Łódź, as well as a prize in the “Best Film” category at the 3rd Documentary Film Festival 2016 in Częstochowa.
The film depicts one of the greates graveyards in Europe located in Szczecin, which is also a city park. This place of silence, serenity and impressive greenness and richness in fauna is full of life which is apparently againts the dominant function of the place of rest of those who passed away. Reflexion in a form of voice accompanied by images of graveyard comes from Nassim Harameina's lecture, a physicist and theoretician.