Animation workshops for adult: animation techniques – 28th…


The scope of the of two-day workshops: Animation techniques. Opportunities for creative and professional development.

A well-equipped studio and lecturer from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow are at your disposal.

Two-day workshop:
- The first part on November 17 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
- The second part on November 19 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Location: Pracownia Filmu Animowanego, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Jana Matejki, ul. Karmelicka 16

Led by: Daria Godyń, Anna Skoczeń

FREE ENTRY

Group of 10-12 people

Registration: biuro@etiudaandanima.pl

Daria Godyń
She graduated from Jan Matejko Secondary School of Fine Arts in Nowy Wiśnicz, where she attended the Artistic Fabrics Studio, and later from the Faculty of Graphics at Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. She received her diploma from the Animated Film Studio. She is the author of animations titled Substance (Substancja, 2016), Gourmet (Smakosz, 2017), Millenium (2020). She founded a graphic studio focused on animation - Framesquad studio, and collaborates with the Krakow Animation Center. She works with animated films, narrative drawing and photography.

Anka Skoczeń
Educator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, graphic designer and graduate student at the Animation Studio of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. She also studied animation in Lisbon and applied graphics in Paris. He is passionate about documentary films, theater and dance. In his spare time, he sings and plays the ukulele.

Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary


An animation loosely based on the childhood of the legendary figure of Martha Jane (Calamity) Cannara, who in 1863, disguised as a boy, set off to the west of the United States.

Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary / Dziki Zachód Calamity Jane

Directed by: Rémi Chayé
Country: France, Denmark
Year: 2020
Running time: 82 min.

EMISSIONS

November 16, 2021 - 11:15 AM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room

November 20, 2021 - 1 PM
VOD

SPOT of the 28. International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima


We present the spot of the 28th Edition of the Etiuda&Anima International Film Festival, which will take place as a hybrid at the Kijów cinema and/or on the VOD platform on November 16-21, 2021.

We invite!!!

https://youtu.be/nGKseYCw1io

We have it! The official program of the…

We present the official program of the 28th Edition of the Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival, which will take place on November 16-21, 2021.

The program is available at: https://etiudaandanima.pl/en/programe/

This year, the festival will be held again in a hybrid version. You will see some of the events both in the cinema halls of the Kijów Cinema and on VOD. Some of the events will be available only via VOD, but there are also those that will be broadcast ONLINE for free.

We remind you that there are tickets for access to all festival events (stationary and / or VOD):
https://www.bilety24.pl/online/932-karnet-28-mff-etiuda-anima-na-pokazy-filmowe-w-dniach-16-21-11-2021-69600?id=360881

The sale of individual tickets for individual events will start on November 7, 2021.

We invite you.

Alchemical Furnace


Over three years, directors Adam Oľha and Jan Daňhel followed the life of Jan Švankmajer, from his collaboration with old friend and producer Jaromír Kallista to his memory of Eva Švankmajerová, his wife and creative partner, muse and inseparable other half of the director. Shot on various film formats, using found footage and with a touch of Czech humor, Alchemical Furnace is an ode to creation and to companionship.

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Alchemical Furnace / Alchymická pec / Piec alchemiczny

Directed by: Jan Daňhel, Adam Oľha
Cast: Jan Švankmajer, Eva Švankmajerová, Jaromír Kallista, Pavla Kallistová, Tomáš Kalous, Miloš Chlustina, Kamila Magálová
Country: Czech Republic
Year: 2020
Running time: 118 min.

EMISSIONS

November 20, 2021 - 2 PM
VOD

Death in Venice

The main protagonist of Thomas Mann's short story is Gustav von Aschenbach - a writer going through a creative crisis. In search of new stimuli, he goes to Venice - a city he knows well, which he has not visited for a long time, though. There, on the beach, he meets a teenage boy from Poland, Tadzio, who is on vacation with his mother. Fascinated with the boy’s beauty, the writer loses control of himself completely. Despite the plague in the city, he decides not to leave Venice. Thomas Mann's short story inspired Visconti to tell the story of passing – both of an individual as well as of the entire epoch.

© WBEI 1971

Death in Venice | Morte a Venezia | Śmierć w Wenecji

Directed by: Luchino Visconti
Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Marisa Berenson, Björn Andresen, Silvana Mangano
Country: France, Italy
Year: 1971
Running time: 130 min.

EMISSIONS

November 21, 2021 - 3:30 PM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room - FREE ADMISSION

Sale of the Passes for 28th International Film…

Starting today, you can buy tickets for the 28th Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival, which will take place on November 16-21, 2021. This year's Etiuda & Anima will propose a hybrid version of the event, and on-line film screenings will enable people from all over Poland to participate in the event.

Link to buy Passes: https://www.bilety24.pl/online/932-karnet-28-mff-etiuda-anima-na-pokazy-filmowe-w-dniach-16-21-11-2021-69600?id=360881

The pandemic reality in which we still live has accustomed us to cultural events implemented in hybrid versions or completely transferred to the Internet. Also the 28th Etiuda & Anima will be held mostly on-line. The organizers of this year's edition do not give up the traditional form of the event. They want to meet the festival's participants on November 16 during the ceremonial inauguration at the Kijów Centrum cinema in Krakow at the screening of the animated film My Sunny Maad (2021, dir. Michaela Pavlátová). The film premiered at this year's Annecy festival and tells the story of a Czech woman named Herra who, after marrying an Afghan Nazir, moves to his homeland, trying to assimilate into post-Taliban Afghanistan. The opening gala of the festival and the film My Sunny Maad will also be available online.

Photo from animation "My Sunny Maad"

The focal point of Etiuda & Anima are invariably the two title international competitions: Etiuda, for the best student short film, in which participants compete for the prestigious Golden, Silver and Bronze Dinosaur statuettes, and Anima, the competition of animation creators for Golden, Silver and Bronze Jabberwocks. This year's competition includes films by students and professional filmmakers made in the years 2019-2021. The films competing for the awards will be available online on the streaming platform both for viewers from all over Poland and for jurors, who will also give their awards in this mode. Competition screenings will also be accompanied by online Q&A meetings with filmmakers, jurors and guests who will participate in the festival from a distance.

This year's competition-related events include, among others presentations of other festivals and selected European schools. This year we will look at Dutch and Spanish animation, and the programs will be prepared by partner festivals: the Kaboom Animation Festival taking place in the Netherlands and the Spanish Animac Film Festival. 28. Etiuda & Anima will also present the 10 best Hungarian short films from the last 20 years, selected by Geza M. Toth, a recognized Hungarian animator.

As part of the 28th Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival, it will also be possible to recall experimental animated films by artists from the Antoniszczak family - Ryszard and Julian (known under the abbreviated name Antonisz) - and the Chrzanowski family; Andrei and Ilya, whose famous feature film DAU. Natasha (2020) was included in the program of the Etiuda & Anima 2021 festival.

Photo from animation "Even mice go to heaven"

In addition to short competition animations, the participants of the 28th Etiuda & Anima will have a unique opportunity to watch full-length animated films of the last season, which were shown at the most important foreign film festivals. The organizers of the festival also remember about the youngest viewers, which is why they invite all children to educational animations entitled Even mice go to heaven (2021, dir. Jan Bubeníček, Denisa Grimmová), and the Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary (2020, dir. Rémi Chayé). We invite you to the screenings of both films on Tuesday, November 16 at the Kijów Centrum cinema in Krakow.

This year's program also includes animation workshops for adults and children, which will be held stationary. Ecological workshops for the youngest will be conducted by Daria Godyń. The issues of eco will also be the main idea of ​​the masterclass panel entitled How to organize an ecological festival? During this year's edition of the festival, the results of the art competition of students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, entitled "Photographic memory". The screening of films will be accompanied by a lecture.

Etiuda & Anima 2021 will remind the figures of outstanding filmmakers who died last year. In the nostalgic series of "Farewells" there will be screenings of documents dedicated to film achievements, among others a respected director from South Korea, Kim Ki-Duk, representative of the Czech film school Jiři Menzel or Ivan Passer, representative of the Czechoslovak New Wave of the 1960s.

Photo from animation "The most beautiful boy in the world"

The organizers of the 28th Etiuda & Anima Festival would also like to honor the memory of Alicja Helman, the doyen of Polish film studies, who died in February this year. On this occasion, Krakow's Kijów Centrum cinema will screen one of the films most appreciated by Professor Helman - Death in Venice (1971), directed by Luchin Visconti. The screening of the legendary adaptation of the novel by Thomas Mann will be accompanied by a screening of the documentary The most beautiful boy in the world (2021, dir. Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri). The documentary tells the story of Björn Andresen, who as a 15-year-old boy starred in the film by the Italian master.

The closing gala of the 28th Etiuda & Anima, during which we will know the lucky winners of all competitions, will be held on Sunday, November 21 at the Kijów Centrum cinema. After the official part, the screenings of all awarded films of Etiuda & Anima 2021 will begin. The gala broadcasts and screenings of the winning films will also be available to watch online on the streaming platform.

Link to buy Passes: https://www.bilety24.pl/online/932-karnet-28-mff-etiuda-anima-na-pokazy-filmowe-w-dniach-16-21-11-2021-69600?id=360881

Hybrid Pass – entitles you to enter all film screenings in the cinema and on VOD;
VOD pass – entitles you to watch all shows on VOD;

More about tickets and passes: https://etiudaandanima.pl/praktyczne/bilety-i-karnety-2021/

We encourage you to follow the information about the 28th Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival at: https://etiudaandanima.pl and on Facebooku: https://www.facebook.com/EtiudaandAnima

The Most Beautiful Boy in the World


In 1970, Luchino Visconti was travelling to many countries in search of a young  boy who could play the role of Tadzio in the adaptation of "Death in Venice ” by Thomas Mann. Visconti was already exhausted and discouraged by this long and ineffective search. He participated in over 150 auditions, and finally, after the casting in Stockholm, he hired 15-year-old Björn Andresen. A year later, during the premiere of the film in London, Visconti hailed his actor "the most beautiful boy in the world" in the presence of Queen Elizabeth. A few months afterwards, during the Cannes Film Festival, a music agent invited Björn to Japan, where he became the first western pop star, starring in photo shoots and in commercials. Visconti's nickname stuck to Björn for the rest of his life and became his curse. Today, half a century later, Björn struggles with addictions and his inner demons. He discovers the secret of his mother and her sudden departure. He also continues his film career, playing, among others, in the horror film "Midsummer".

"The Most Beautiful Boy in the World" is an intimate portrait of a person who is trying to come to terms with the past and regain control of his life. It also shows the backstage work on the production of the legendary Visconti’s film and reveals the power structures in the film industry as well as the processes of exploitation that are widely discussed today thanks to the #metoo movement.

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The Most Beautiful Boy in the World / Världens vackraste pojke / Najpiękniejszy chłopiec na świecie

Directed by: Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri
Photos: Erik Vallsten
Production: Stina Gardell, Mantaray Film
Country: Sweden
Year: 2021
Running time: 93 min.

EMISSIONS

November 21, 2021 - 1:30 PM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room + VOD

My Sunny Maad

When Herra, a Czech woman, falls in love with Nazir, an Afghan, she has no idea about the life that awaits her in post-Taliban Afghanistan, nor about the family she is about to join. A grandfather who is a feminist, an adopted young boy who astounds with his intellect, and Freshta who will do anything to run away from her abusive husband. Like the other women in the family, Herra wears a burka and hides in a closet when guests arrive. Soon she starts a new job with American woman, Heidi, who has little understanding of the way women live in Afghanistan, and even less that not everybody wants to be saved by Westerners.

My Sunny Maad is the feature animated debut directed by Michaela Pavlátová.

My Sunny Maad / Moje Slunce Maad

Directed by: Michaela Pavlátová
Production: Negativ Film Productions, Sacrebleu Productions, Bfilm, Czech TV
Country: Czech Republic, France, Slovakia
Year: 2021
Running time: 80 min.

EMISSIONS

November 16, 2021 - 20 PM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room + VOD

Even Mice Belong to Heaven

A story about two mortal enemies – a little mouse and a fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven. They lose their natural instincts and become best friends. Their wish to stay together after they return to earth comes true, but they are reborn into opposite roles. The film is about hope, a quest for love and courage, and about overcoming prejudices and old pains. Thanks to the power of friendship they can even overcome what seems to be impossible.

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Even Mice Belong to Heaven / Nawet myszy idą do nieba

Directed by: Jan Bubeniček, Denisa Grimmova
Production: Les films du Cygne, CinemArt, Animoon, Łódź Miasto Kultury, CANAL +
Country: Czech Republic, Poland, France, Slovakia
Year: 2021
Running time: 87 min.

EMISSIONS

November 16, 2021 - 9:30 AM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room

November 21, 2021 - 11 AM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room + VOD

The nose or the conspiracy of mavericks

Nose by Nikolai Gogol. And an Opera The Nose upon Gogol’s novel, that was created in 1930 by the great Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich. This film is dedicated to the pioneers, the groundbreakers in art. To the people who were ahead of their time. And who were, most importantly, brave enough to go against the current. For this, they had to pay the price of their own welfare, and often even their life. The main characters of the film are writers Nikolai Gogol and Mikhail Bulgakov, director Vsevolod Meyerhold and composer Dmitry Shostakovich.

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The nose or the conspiracy of mavericks / Nos lub spisek odmieńców

Directed by: Andrey Khrzhanovsky
Screenplay: Yury Arabov, Andrey Khrzhanovsky
Photos: Jürgen Jürges
Art-director Marina Azizyan, Alexandra Pavlova, Alexander Khramtsov, VaryaYakovleva
Production: Andrey Khrzhanovsky, Shar Studio
Technique: drawing, cut-outs, live-action, documentary
Country: Poland
Year: 2020
Running time: 89 min.

EMISSIONS

The Khrzhanovskiy family - The nose or the conspiracy of mavericks
November 20, 2021 - 8 PM
VOD

DAU. Natasha

The first part of the monumental, total work by Ilya Khrzhanovsky is an introduction to the DAU world constructed with incredible scale while also being precise in the tiniest of details. The shocking and entrancing film traps characters and audiences in its protracted shots to tell the story of a lonely canteen manager in a city-sized institution sealed off to the outside world. The plot runs its course over several days in 1952 during which Khrzhanovsky makes us witness the dramatic entanglements of the titular heroine. The camera (shot on 35mm film!) is akin to a spy, never taking its eyes off Natasha, as she slings food, flirts, holds drunken conversations, is stabbed by a young assistant, or has sex. She is totally unaware that her banal dreams of love and her minor transgressions in the canteen are being consumed by absolute totalitarian power. DAU reveals that power's mechanisms.

Berlin IFF 2020 - Silver Berlin Bear - Outstanding Artistic Contribution (Jürgen Jürges)

DAU Natasha / DAU. Natasza

Directed by: Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, Jekaterina Oertel
Screenplay: Ilya Khrzhanovskiy
Photos: Jürgen Jürges
Cast: Natalia Berezhnaya, Olga Shkabarnya, Vladimir Azhippo, Alexei Blinov
Production: Phenomen Ukraine, Phenomen Films, Phenomen Berlin, Filmproduktions
Country: Germany, Ukraine, UK, Russia
Year: 2020
Running time: 138 min.

EMISSIONS

The Khrzhanovskiy family - DAU. Natasha
November 16, 2021 - 4 PM
Kijów Cinema: Large Screening Room + VOD

ANIMA 2021 REGULATION – 28TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL…

Regulations of the competition - Anima 2021

 §1

ANIMA festival competition allows the applicants to submit animated films (including professional and independent films as well as student etudes) which do not exceed 30 minutes in length and were made between years 2019 - 2021. The preview copies of the films should be submitted to the Festival Organization Office in the form of a digital file (mp4, mov or a link to the film available on an open-access video platform).

§2

The Festival Office shall collect the incoming competition registrations from 9th March until 30th June, 2021. The film can be submitted by completing a registration form at www.etiudaandanima.pl and sending a public or private link (with or without password) to the film (e.g. Vimeo, Youtube, etc.) with no expiration date and no territorial limits, accompanied by a film summary and a dialogue list in English, promotional materials including screenshots, and the director’s bio and photograph. Films without filled-in online entry form will not be accepted. Festival does not charge any fee for the submitting of the film.

§3

The decision whether the film shall be accepted into the competition will be made by the Artistic Director of the Festival when the Selection Committee finish their work. The applicants will be informed about their films being accepted into the competition via email and on www.etiudaandanima.pl until 20th September 2021.

§4

Authors whose films are accepted into the competition are obliged to deliver to the Festival Organizers, at their own expense, the screening copies of their films in the following formats: DCP, Blu-ray or a link to a digital file (DCP, mov, mp4) until 8th October 2021. Failure to deliver a screening copy of a film before the deadline will result in withdrawing it from the competition.

§5

The competition films are evaluated – foremostly on the basis of the artistic criteria – by the international Jury, headed by the Chairman of the Jury, selected by Festival Directors from among the members of the Jury. The Jury work and make decisions in accordance with the Jury Proceedings Regulations formulated by the Chairman of the Jury with the consent of the other members of the Jury and the Festival Directors. The Secretary of the Jury, who is appointed by the Directors of the Festival, facilitates the proceedings of the Jury.

§6

The following Prizes will be awarded at the ANIMA 2021 competition:
  1. Grand Prix – Golden Jabberwocky and a cash prize
  2. Silver Jabberwocky
  3. Bronze Jabberwocky

Special Golden Jabberwocky for the best student animation of the Festival. The Jury have also the right to award three Honorary Diplomas.

§7

The Directors of the Festival shall decide on the right and mode of awarding the Special Awards, including the Audience Award and the Student Jury Award. Under certain artistically justified circumstances, the Artistic Director of the Festival also reserves the right to award a “The Great Underestimated” Prize to the most undervalued film of the competition.

§8

The official verdict of the Jury will be announced on 20th November 2021, at the official closing ceremony of the festival during which all prizes will be awarded. Should the winners be absent from the ceremony, the awards will be sent by post or handed over to them in a different manner within a month after the end of the Festival.

§9

The Festival Office deems itself responsible to conform to all the rules concerning the exploitation of the films accepted into the competition.

§10

The submission of the film for the Festival competition is equivalent to the agreement for three screenings of the film during the Festival and – if the given film is awarded a prize – screenings at the “Travelling Etiuda&Anima 2021” event, which is organized throughout Poland and abroad and presents the prizewinning films of the Festival. What is more, the Festival organizers have the right to use, free of charge, promotional materials and parts of the film (a trailer or 2-minute part of the film) in any promotional activities connected with the organization of the Festival.

§11

All transportation costs as well as any other shipment costs of the film copies submitted to competition shall be covered by the applicants, who are also responsible for paying all customs costs outside Poland. Applicants are obliged to observe customs regulations related to film transport. A pro forma invoice amounting to max. EUR 15 should be attached to all non-EU film shipments. Packages should be provided with the following sentence “For cultural purposes only – no commercial value”.

§12

DCP and Blu-Ray discs shall be returned at the Organizer’s expense within 4 weeks from the closing date of the Festival to the address specified by the applicant. A notice should be given to the Festival Organizers about any changes in the return address not later than one week before the commencement. The Organizer is not responsible for damages resulting from giving a wrong address. The Festival is obliged to return the film copy in a condition not worse than due to a standard use. The Organizer of the Festival shall assume financial liability for the submitted film copies, for the duration of the event in question, up to the amount specified in the entry form.

Kraków, 9th March 2021

Directors of the 28th IFF Etiuda&Anima 2021

Katarzyna Surmacz Bogusław Zmudziński

ETIUDA 2021 REGULATION – 28TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL…

Regulations of the competition of student etudes - Etiuda 2021

 §1

ETIUDA festival competition allows the applicants to submit student etudes and graduate films (excluding animated films) made in film and artistic schools as parts of the didactic process between years 2019 - 2021. The films should not exceed 30 minutes in length and need to be submitted to the Festival Organization Office in the form of a digital file (mp4, mov or a link to the film available on an open-access video platform).

§2

The Festival Office shall collect the incoming competition registrations from 9th March until 30th June, 2021. The Festival organizers recommend to submit films for the preview through Filmfreeway – www.filmfreeway.com. It is also possible to submit a film by completing a registration form at www.etiudaandanima.pl and sending a public or private link (with or without password) to the film (e.g. Vimeo, Youtube, etc.) with no expiration date and no territorial limits, accompanied by a film summary and a dialogue list in English, promotional materials including screenshots, and the director’s bio and photograph. Films without filled-in online entry form will not be accepted. Festival does not charge any fee for the submitting of the film.

§3

The decision whether the film shall be accepted into the competition will be made by the Artistic Director of the Festival when the Selection Committee finish their work. The applicants will be informed about their films being accepted into the competition via email and on www.etiudaandanima.pl until 20th September 2021.

§4

Authors whose films are accepted into the competition are obliged to deliver to the Festival Organizers, at their own expense, the screening copies of their films in the following formats: DCP, Blu-ray or a link to a digital file (DCP, mov, mp4) until 8th October 2021. Failure to deliver a screening copy of a film before the deadline will result in withdrawing it from the competition.

§5

The competition films are evaluated – foremostly on the basis of the artistic criteria – by the international Jury, headed by the Chairman of the Jury, selected by Festival Directors from among the members of the Jury. The Jury work and make decisions in accordance with the Jury Proceedings Regulations formulated by the Chairman of the Jury with the consent of the other members of the Jury and the Festival Directors. The Secretary of the Jury, who is appointed by the Directors of the Festival, facilitates the proceedings of the Jury.

§6

The following Prizes will be awarded at the ETIUDA 2021 competition:
  1. Grand Prix – Golden Dinosaur and a cash prize
  2. Silver Dinosaur
  3. Bronze Dinosaur

The Jury have also the right to award three Honorary Diplomas and one Honorary Diploma for the best film school of ETIUDA competition 2021.

§7

The Directors of the Festival shall decide on the right and mode of awarding the Special Awards, including Awards of FICC Jury – Fédération Internationale des Ciné Clubs, the Audience Award, the Student Jury Award. Under certain artistically justified circumstances, the Artistic Director of the Festival also reserves the right to award a “The Great Underestimated” Prize to the most undervalued film of the competition.

§8

The official verdict of the Jury will be announced on 20th November 2021, at the official closing ceremony of the festival during which all prizes will be awarded. Should the winners be absent from the ceremony, the awards will be sent by post or handed over to them in a different manner within a month after the end of the Festival.

§9

The Festival Office deems itself responsible to conform to all the rules concerning the exploitation of the films accepted into the competition.

§10

The submission of the film for the Festival competition is equivalent to the agreement for three screenings of the film during the Festival and – if the given film is awarded a prize – screenings at the “Travelling Etiuda&Anima 2021” event, which is organized throughout Poland and abroad and presents the prizewinning films of the Festival. What is more, the Festival organizers have the right to use, free of charge, promotional materials and parts of the film (a trailer or 2-minute part of the film) in any promotional activities connected with the organization of the Festival.

§11

All transportation costs as well as any other shipment costs of the film copies submitted to competition shall be covered by the applicants, who are also responsible for paying all customs costs outside Poland. Applicants are obliged to observe customs regulations related to film transport. A pro forma invoice amounting to max. EUR 15 should be attached to all non-EU film shipments. Packages should be provided with the following sentence “For cultural purposes only – no commercial value”.

§12

DCP and Blu-Ray discs shall be returned at the Organizer’s expense within 4 weeks from the closing date of the Festival to the address specified by the applicant. A notice should be given to the Festival Organizers about any changes in the return address not later than one week before the commencement. The Organizer is not responsible for damages resulting from giving a wrong address. The Festival is obliged to return the film copy in a condition not worse than due to a standard use. The Organizer of the Festival shall assume financial liability for the submitted film copies, for the duration of the event in question, up to the amount specified in the entry form.

Kraków, 9th March 2021

Directors of the 28th IFF Etiuda&Anima 2021

Katarzyna Surmacz Bogusław Zmudziński