/6.00 p.m. – ACTORS SUPPORT SHORT FILMS (II)

6.00 p.m. – ACTORS SUPPORT SHORT FILMS (II)

2nd Screening
Małopolski Ogród Sztuki
26th November (Tuesday)
6.00 p.m.

KAPELUSZ / THE HAT, scen./sc., reż./dir.: Agnieszka Smoczyńska, zdj./ph.: Kamil Płocki, wyst./cast: Małgorzata Zawadzka, Edward Linde-Lubaszenko, Miłogost Reczek, Kamil Gidlewski, Prod.: WRiTV, Polska/Poland, 2003, 10’9”, fab./fic.

The hat is a symbol of independence and individualism that a young boy strongly desires. Will he succeed in getting it? A subtle adaptation of a short story by Kazimierz Brandys.

WIEM KTO TO ZROBIŁ / I KNOW WHO DID THIS, scen./sc., reż./dir.: Jan P. Matuszyński, zdj./ph.: Kacper Fertacz, muz./mus.: Michał Kowalczyk, wyst./cast: Lesław Żurek, Roma Gąsiorowska, Marek Kalita, Grażyna Barszczewska, Henryk Talar, Prod.: WRiTV, Polska/Poland, 2008, 25’30”, fab./fic.

An action/drama movie. Bartek has just left the army and is on his way home. As he gets off the train, he is looking for his girlfriend, Karolina, who was supposed to meet him at the station. But Karolina is not there…

WSCHÓD SŁOŃCA / THE SUNRISE, scen./sc.: Krystyna Ślązak, reż./dir.: Andrzej Winkler, zdj./ph.: Dominik Ruczyński, muz./mus.: Jakub Kozłowski, wyst./cast: Dorota Pomykała, Michał Pazura, Marcin Sosnowski, Prod.: Akademia Filmu i Telewizji (Warszawa), Polska/Poland, 2011, 21’, fab./fic.

A story of passing away and saying goodbye as seen by a small child.

CZUBEK / THE NUT, scen./sc., reż./dir.: Bartosz Konopka, zdj./ph.: Piotr Rosołowski, wyst./cast: Sławomir Orzechowski, Redbad Klynstra, Prod.: WRiTV, Polska/Poland, 2001, 11’, fab./fic.

Strong bonds between father and son are about to be put to the test by illness and materialism. Both men will have to cope with situations which, like a mirror, will reflect their true self.

PORTIER Z HOTELU MEWA / THE SEAGULL HOSTEL PORTER, scen./sc., reż./dir.: Michał Janów, zdj./ph.: Weronika Bilska, wyst./cast: Arkadiusz Jakubik, Robert Talarczyk, Bogdan Kalus, Mirosław Neinert, Prod.: WRiTV, Polska/Poland, 2012, 28’, fab./fic.

The Communist era. A porter at a workers’ hostel, Włodzimierz Zawada, is an exemplary figure. His quiet life revolves around daily rituals. A small and seemingly insignificant discovery he makes in the hostel hallway destroys the quietness of his life and causes him to confront a Kafkaesque dead-end situation.