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Film director: 
Wojciech Kuś
About the Director: 

I was born in 1978. I studied film theory at the Jagiellonian University, and there also graduated from American culture and Unesco English translation. At the moment I attend the Krzysztof Kieślowski faculty of film at the University of SIlesia, in Katowice at the department of film directing [WRiTV]. I co-created and created a few episodes of "Sztuka ekranowana" [Art on film] screened at Polish national cultural channel, TVP Kultura. The series won several awards at the international TV production festivals, in Motreal and New York. I also made several short films, feature and documentary. At the moment I'm working on the documentary about an up-and-coming musician Czesław Śpiewa, and my graduation film. I live in Kraków, Poland.

Original Title (If different): 
Ćmy
Producer: 
Wydział Radia i Telewizji Uniwersytetu Sląskiego w Katowicach [WRiTV] & Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej [PISF]
Original Film Format: 
Super 16
Language: 
Polish
Format Ratio: 
2,35
About the Producer: 
About Polish Film Institute The Polish Film Institute (PISF) is the newest film institute in Europe, established in 2005 in accordance with a new cinematography law passed by the Polish Parliament. It is set up similar to the mechanisms of support for the film industries in many other countries of Europe. A declaration by the Council of Film Institutes, adopted in London in 2003, also determines the tasks of the Polish Film Institute: “State Film Institutes in Europe exist to support national and European film cultures and industries. Their role is to intervene in those countries in which the production and distribution of European films requires support.” Poland has a long tradition of quality filmmaking, marked by names such as Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Zanussi and Krzysztof Kieslowski; directors working abroad and contributing to the achievements of the world cinema such as Roman Polanski and Agnieszka Holland; and cinematographers such as Janusz Kaminski and Slawomir Idziak, whose work is recognized and sought after the world over. Their accomplishments set standards of excellence that are being followed by the new generation of Polish filmmakers. The Polish Film Institute exists to help them gain international recognition for their films, and to help Polish cinema restore and maintain its traditional position in the world. The Institute's principal task is to provide the Polish film industry with a modern mechanism of support – from the development of film projects, through production, to promotion, distribution and circulation of Polish and European films. We support films from concept to screening, with particular emphasis on international co-productions. The Polish Film Institute wants to draw Polish viewers back into theatres to watch Polish films and, at the same time, to make them worthwhile to watch and accessible to international audiences, particularly in Europe. Read about the The Krzysztof Kieślowski film faculty at the Silesian University in Katowice at: http://www.writv.us.edu.pl
Screenplay: 
Wojciech Kuś & Olaf Malinowski
Other languages or subtitles: 
English
Film Sound: 
Other
Video master available ?: 
No
Production country: 
Poland
Editing: 
V. Kusinsky & O. Pederdsen
Video Type: 
Digital Beta, DVD, BlueRay
Film photographer: 
Olaf Malinowski
Theme: 
European Films
Sound: 
Tomasz Kochan & Michał Fojcik [Nieustraszeni Łowcy Dźwięków]
Festival selections: 

The international film festival in Gdynia, Poland

Publicity contact: 
Wojciech Kuś
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
Music: 
Snowman [Adam Brzozowski]
Actual Budget: 
9,000$
Category/Format: 
Short films
publicity address: 
Contact at e-mail.
Publicity contact email: 
Student film: 
Yes
Art Director: 
Iwa Króczkowska-Król & Maciej Wolański
Costume: 
Jaga Prochowska
Trailer availble: 
yes
Decor: 
Iwa Króczkowska-Król & Maciej Wolański
Production year: 
October, 2009
Cast 1: 
Bernard - Janusz Chabior
Cast 2: 
Julia - Dominika Biernat
Cast 3: 
Hippie Girl - Katarzyna Maternowska
Sales/distribution name: 
Wojciech Kuś
Address: 
Contact at e-mail.
Film synopsis: 
A story about a girl, Julia, who accidentally comes across a hermitage, somewhere in the woods. There lives an old hippie, Bernard, who'd rather stay aloof and remain secluded from the world of the living. Julie, however, is persistent and desires to get to know Bernard better. She hides in the shed and awaits a fit moment to break the ice. Such occasion is the day on which Bernard plans to mend the roof of his house. When ladder collapses under him Julia finds a perfect moment to enter his life.
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