Zofia nad Kuba are young parents in a small town. She is an actress but spends most of the time taking care of her daughter. When Zofia has an opportunity to act in film with famous actress Marta, she decides to go to the casting with her baby. Then she has to decide which role to take.
script and direction: KATARZYNA ISKRA
producer: GDYNIA FILM SCHOOL
Sing’ is a childhood drama with a lot of music, set in 1990s Budapest, Hungary. Inspired by a true story, it follows an award winning school choir and the new girl in class who just might uncover the ugly secret behind their fame.
Director: Kristóf Deák
Anna Udvardy, Kristóf Deák
“Bones for Otto” explores the concerns and prejudices of two women who met in extreme circumstances: a professional prostitute, working on streets to feed her family and an opera singer who desperately needs 500 dollars to fly to New Zeeland for her dream job – the lead role in La Traviata.
Athens, today. Seventeen-year-old Aria is waiting for her father Petros to pick her up for a driving lesson. But when he finally arrives, it’s not to go for a drive, but to ask her to look after Luna, a twenty-something Chinese woman who speaks neither Greek nor English.
Director: Myrsini Aristidou
A workout on the sun deck, a conga line in the dining hall, a photo shoot with the captain, or a beauty contest for all ages: fun around-the-clock is guaranteed on a cruise, while you float along with your hotel room. The sea-faring holiday fortresses have come into vogue and business is booming. In the towering ship’s wake, we are left behind with a hoard of digital memories and a cloud of exhaust fumes on the horizon.
Director: Corina Schwingruber Ilić
Documentary, 10 min
is a 2017 experimental animated biographical drama film about the life of painter Vincent van Gogh, and in particular, the circumstances of his death. It is the first fully painted animated feature film. The film, written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, is a Polish-UK co-production, funded by the Polish Film Institute, and partially through a Kickstarter campaign.
Director: Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman