Animated in Poland - selected projects

10th May, 2014


dir. Tessa Moult-Milewska

dir. Tessa Moult-Milewska

The selection of projects which will be shown during the second edition of Animated in Poland has just finished. The event takes place on 26th May within the frames of Industry Zone at the 54th Krakow Film Festival.

Animated in Poland was brought up to present the latest animated films made in Poland. It aims to promote the cutting-edge short animated films that are to be finished within the next few months. The representatives of the selected projects will show the excerpts from their films and present them for the group of festival repersentatives and distributors. The event was held for the first time last year during the 53rd edition of Krakow Film Festival. Among the last year’s participants were “Baths” by Tomek Ducki and “Lost senses” by Marcin Wasilewski - now screened at numerous film festivals and well-known to the audience. Both titles take part in the national competition of the 54th KFF.

Eight projects qualified for this year's edition:

  • Drought by Sara Divjak
  • Where’s the ghosts go? by Łukasz Biernat
  • Creatures by Tessa Moult-Milewska
  • Re-cycle by Mateusz Lenart
  • Matrix by Sławomir Shuty and Tomasz Bochniak
  • Cinephile’s feast by Paweł Prewencki
  • 3 Kings by Anna Błaszczyk
  • Impossible Figures and other Stories by Marta Pajek

The presentation will be held on 26th May at 10 a.m. in Małopolski Ogród Sztuki. Admission only with INDUSTRY accredtiation.

source: polishshorts.pl

 

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