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OFF PLUS CAMERA is a major event devoted to Polish and international independent cinema organized by The Society for Independent and Other Arts OFF CAMERA and Krakow Festival Office since 2008. . Our key objective is to give support to the filmmakers at the beginning of their careers. The most important element of the festival is the international competition, in which 12 independent directors from all over the world compete for the Krakow Film Award of $100,000. The winner is selected by an international jury and the award is given by the President of Krakow. Each year, approximately 100 films are presented during more than 200 screenings. Our Festival aspires to show – besides the newest productions – the classics of underground cinema through retrospective and tribute sections.


Polish Feature Film Competition - all titles revealed!

Polish Feature Film Competition is one of the novelties at this year's Off Plus Camera Film Festival. This will be a unique opportunity to promote our own productions. 



 Ten films that have qualified for the competition allow an overview of the most interesting phenomena and trends in the Polish cinematography that appeared in the last year.

“For Love” is a psychological drama by Anna Jadowska telling a story of a young married couple, who for financial reasons, decide to make money acting in a porn film. The projects touches upon a very brave theme and  can also boast the great cast including Daniel Olbrychski, Ewa Szykulska, young actors as well as the director's own script.

“My Australia” by Ami Drozd is the first Polish feature film touching upon the Poles of Jewish origin who were made to emigrate at the end of the 1960's as a result of the then antisemitic campaign of the government.

“Lynch” is a feature debut by Krzysztof Łukasiewicz, based on true events known in Poland as 'lynch in Włodowa'. The film is a shocking story of the dark sides of human nature, amazes with the genius acting and phenomenal music composed by Jarosław Michał Papaj.

“Little Wires" by Aleksandra Gowin and Ireneusz Grzyb is an exceptional story of a girl Magda possessing nonconventional imagination. Magda experiences supernatural events spanning from speeding-up time to meeting the aliens.

“Heniek” is a true story inspiration of director: Eliza Kowalewska. The characters dealing with their weaknesses will experience personally whether honesty, loyalty and friendship should be given up for money and whether revenge is truly sweet.

“A Simple Story of Love” directed by Arkadiusz Jakubik (known for his amazing role in “The Dark House”) is a stereotype breaking concept of film in a film, talking of the process of creation, the influence of fiction onto reality and the mixing of two worlds: the real and the created by the artist.

“Mother Theresa of Cats”
 is the first feature film made by Paweł Sala. Based on shocking true events showing the record of an unthinkable murder performed by two sons on their mother in a seemingly common family. The director holds back from actually exposing the cruelty and focuses on the psychological aspects without giving up on the sensational and criminal atmosphere full of the growing tension.

“Between Two Fires” is a film by Agnieszka Łukasiak documenting the fate of a Belarussian emigrant who in search of a new life in Sweden falls victim of the unknown and strange world. The film is an artistic picture and, according to its author, it is a film transforming numbers and cases we read about into real people.

“The Christening”
 is the second feature film by the young generation representative director Marcin Wrona. It tells the story of Michał, a successful man entangled into the matters of the criminal underworld, who attempts at saving his family from the mafia sentence on his head.

“Made in Poland” by Przemysław Wojcieszek is based on a famous theatre play of the same title. It tells a tale of Boguś – a frustrated youngster, bitter and disappointed with the senselessness of life, trying to escape the apathy getting himself into trouble with the local gangsters, as a result of which he will have a debt to pay.

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