A small selection of current works produced at the film school illustrates the popular and crucial topics and issues the students engage with. This vast selection of documentary forms and strategies highlights the individual artistic practices of the filmmakers.
Emi Buchwald, Poland, 2016, 20’
Elementary school children and their parents are struggling to interprete Julian Tuwim’s poem “Science”. A dialogue about life, age and death enfolds.
Martin Rath, Poland, 2016, 16’
Inmates take on different characters. The improvised scenes are based on their own experiences. IRON ALIBI is an attempt to understand, why most prisoners share a similar fate.
ONE TWO ZERO
Anna Pawluczuk, Poland, 2016, 14’32’’
Justyna is a nine year old girl who is practising to become a professional rhythmic gymnast. Her life is filled with daily physical exercise, routine and competitions, where she often has to exceed her own limits.
HOW TO BECOME A POPE?
Justyna Mytnik, Poland, 2017, 15’42’’
A warm-hearted portrait of Marcus, a ten year old boy who wants to become Pope. We see his audition for a musical to play the part of the young John Paul II.
Zuzanna Grajcewicz, Poland, 2017, 16’19’’
The theatre group of Wrocław is protesting against an institutional deal with its new director, painful cuts and censorship. Threatened by unemployment and law suits, they go public and start a new life in constant revolt.