Prince in a Pastry Shop
For him happiness is nothing but trouble, for her – it may be hidden within the most ordinary moment. He always complains, she is satisfied with small pleasures. For him you have to pay dearly for happiness, she believes it costs as little as a small piece of pastry. Not-So-Little Prince and Prickly Pear are having a philosophical chat about life in a magical café which, out of the blue, is transformed into a forest full of miracles. Their conversation is accompanied not only by doughnuts and rum balls, but also pets and forest animals. A charming, fairy-tale seance, delicate and ephemeral, in which dogs are rolling the dice, a squirrel is running down the table leg and a little mouse is running away with a sack on its back.
- directed by
- Q&A guestKatarzyna Agopsowicz
Screenwriter and animated film director She is a graduate of the Graphic Arts Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. She obtained her diploma from the Animated Film Studio under the tutelage of Professor Jerzy Kucia. She has collaborated with a variety of artists on artistic films, including the position of a director’s assistant and animator on "Fugue for Cello Trumpet and Landscape" directed by Jerzy Kucia. She has received scholarships of the Minister of Culture and Cultural Heritage, the Mayor of the City of Krakow and the Polish Filmmakers Association. She is a member of the Animated Film Society (ASIFA).
- Marek Bieńczyk, Katarzyna Agopsowicz
- animated by
- Andrzej Czaderna, Helena Oczko, Krystyna Blachura, Małgorzata Mianowska, Katarzyna Agopsowicz, Janusz Tycner, Roman Frajczyk, Lesław Budzelewski, Aleksander Sobek, Agnieszka Czachór, Przemysław Świda
- Marcin Wasilewski
- SOUND MIND STUDIO, Jan Rey, Michał Fojcik, Wojciech Iskierka
- Przemysław Świda
- Ewelina Gordziejuk (EGoFILM Ewelina Gordziejuk)