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    Festival

    Festiwal

    Directed by

    • Tomasz Wolski, Anna Gawlita

    Poland

    2017

    85 min

    • Polish

    Documentary

    There is a classical music festival going on. The camera takes a look at the backstage, captures the last rehearsals, follows the work of the technical crew, costume preparations and the banter between the signer and the pianist. Backstage, fans are collecting autographs and take photographs with artists. This is the festival microcosm as seen from all possible perspectives. The stage seems to be somewhere far away as the process of music creation and the commotion that accompanies it is more important.

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    Credits

    Screenplay
    Tomasz Wolski
    Anna Gawlita
    Cinematography
    Tomasz Wolski
    Editing
    Tomasz Wolski
    Production
    KIJORA FILM
    Tomasz Wolski

    Tomasz Wolski

    Poland

    I portray normal life and try to make it interesting for the audiences as if they were watching Avatar.

    Tomasz Wolski is a Polish scriptwriter and documentary film director born in 1977. A graduate of the Jagiellonian University (Journalism) and the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing, he has worked as a director’s assistant to Jacek Bławut on BORN DEAD (2004). He has taken part in Berlinale Talent Campus twice, received a scholarship from the Polish Ministry of Culture and Natural Heritage, as well as the creative grant of the City of Krakow.
    His films SILENCE, THE CLINIC, GOLDFISH, THE ACTORS, THE LUCKY ONES, H2O, SLOWLY and DOCTORS won numerous awards at festivals all over the world, among which the Los Angeles Film Festival, Palm Sprig International Shortfest, the Punto de Vista DFF, DocumentART Festival in Germany, IFF Era New Horizons in Wroclaw and the Slamdance on the Road Festival in Poland.

    Anna Gawlita

    Anna Gawlita

    Poland

    Anna Gawlita is a film producer and director. She co-directed the film FESTIVAL (2017) with Tomas Wolski, which screened at Krakow Film Festival.