During the 24th IFF Etiuda&Anima, the Special Golden Dinosaur, an honorary award for an outstanding artist turned pedagogue, will go to Sławomir Idziak – one of the most renown and acclaimed Polish cinematographers.
Sławomir Idziak and Natalie Portman on the set of the movie ”A Tale of Love and Darkness”
Special Golden Dinosaur is an annual award given by the IFF Etiuda&Anima to the remarkable filmmakers who are also accomplished pedagogues. This year, the honorary prize-winner will be Sławomir Idziak – a distinguished cinematographer, actively engaged in educational work. He is an initiator and main lecturer at the annual workshop Film Spring Open. He is the man behind the idea of Cinebus, i.e. Mobile Centre Of Audiovisual Education, running since 2016 – a bus designed to teach all the steps of creating multimedia projects.
During this year’s edition of the Etiuda&Anima festival, Sławomir Idziak will run direction and cinematograhy workshop on “visual dramaturgy”. The starting point of the workshop will be an analysis of the original version of the script to the film “Three Colors: Blue” written by Krzysztof Piesiewicz and Krzysztof Kieślowski. The workshop will be open for 15 participants, chosen among festival goers by the organisers. The team will have the chance to spend three days (November 22 – 25, between 9.00 and 15.00) collaborating with actors and exploring an influence of the technique on storytelling.
We encourage all interested in taking part in the workshop to submit an application including CV, letter of intent specyfying expectations regarding the course and its results as well as a declaration of full-time participation. Please, send your applications until November 12 at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Special Golden Dinosaur award ceremony will be followed by a screening of ”A Tale of Love and Darkness”, directed by Natalie Portman and photographed by Sławomir Idziak.
24 November (Friday), 20.30
Kijów Centrum – Large Screening Room