35th International Film Festival

Dozwolone do 21 / Upto21

20th-22nd of September 2018 | Warsaw

Free entrance


Andrzej Fogler

Film expert, film critic, cultural sociologist, specialist in English language and literature, doctor of humanities. For over 20 years he has been working for the Polish section of FIPRESCI (Independent Circle of Film Critics, Polish Filmmakers Association - SFP). Jury member at international film festivals. Author of over 100 articles and essays on film and audiovisual culture. Co-organizer and lecturer at many conferences, festivals and seminars. He contributes to 'KINO' magazine, 'Magazyn Filmowy' and the 'SFP' film portal. Since 2008, co-editor and coordinator of the international FIPRESCI and SFP's 'Best Books On Film' international campaign.

Grażyna Banaszkiewicz

Director of television documentary films and poetry programmes, poet, journalist, photographer, PR specialist. She has publisher interviews with people of culture, art and science in the illustrated magazine 'Tydzień', and co-created the weekly newsmagazine 'Wprost'. During the years 1979-2011 she has worked for the Polish television TVP. She is photographer and author of several books of poetry. She realized numerous documentaries about prominent artists of the Polish culture scene (including Stanisław Grochowiak, Halina Poświatowska, Jan Twardowski, Krzysztof Zanussi, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Edward Dwurnik). She created the movies 'The meeting: Fluxus' and 'Szaleńcy na wolności' about Fluxus, an artistic group which revolutionized world's art.

Wojciech Wójcik

Wojciech Wójcik was born in 1943 in Warsaw. Polish film and TV director, screenwriter. Graduate of the Directing at the Film School in Lodz in 1967, made his debut in 1973 (a short television movie ‘Gościnny występ.’) Feature debut in 1980 – the film ‘Window’, screenplay by Ireneusz Iredyński. By the end of the seventies he collaborated with Kazimierz Kutz, Stanislaw Różewicz, George Kawalerowicz, Jerzy Hoffman.

He directed nearly ten feature films including “Karate Polish Way” (prize FIPRESCI at the San Sebastian International Film Festival), “Alone Among his Own” (Award of National Defence Ministry and the Head of Cinematography), “Private Investigation”, “The Bermuda Triangle” (awarded in Rimini), “Last mission” (EAGLE award for Janusz Gajos), “There and back” (several prizes at international film festivals including Toronto, Gdynia – best director, for costumes, sound, editing, Golden Clapper Award, “Hollywood Eagle Award” at the Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles, as well as nominations and Eagles – Polish Film Awards in 2002-2003). His most recent feature film was “Blind date”. Author of TV series “Extradition”,”The Pack”, and “The Forgers – The Pack Returns.”

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