My Heart

Poland | 2019 | fiction | 30 min. National competition

Without hitting a false note, the film is an intimate and honest account of loneliness. Her professional situation forces Rozalia, an actress, to move from Warsaw to Wałbrzych. The change means she will be employed full time at a local theatre and her son, Kazik, will go to a new school. Also, a new man appears in her life. Unexpected events in Rozalia’s life start to intertwine with her part on stage. It is the latest work of award-winning short film director Damian Kocur (“1410”, “Nothing New Under the Sun”, “The Return”, “What I Want”).

directed by

Damian Kocur Festival guest

Translator and student of Film and Television Image Production and Photography at the Faculty of Radio and Television of the University of Silesia in Katowice. He is also a graduate of German Philology at the Jagiellonian University. His film "What I Want" (2015) has won a number of awards, including the award for the best photography (by the director) at the Cambridge "Watersprite" International Student Film Festival, and has taken part in the Youth and Film Festival in Koszalin. He is the winner of the Silver Hobby Horse for "Nothing New under the Sun" (2017), and at the 58th Krakow Film Festival he presented another film, "1410".

Mateusz Skalski
Damian Kocur
Rozalia Mierzicka Festival guest, Kobas Laksa, Kazimierz Wierzbicki, Jadwiga Przybylska Festival guest
Jakub Jerszyński
Sebastian Mialik
Ewa Jastrzębska, Jerzy Kapuściński (Munk Studio - Polish Filmmakers Association), Marta Żarska (5. Element)
Film screenings:
Friday, May 31 16:00 | Kino Pod Baranami Red Room + meeting with creators:
director Damian Kocur
actor Jadwiga Przybylska
actor Rozalia Mierzicka
My Heart