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9. Gdańsk DocFilm Festival
Data publikacji: 2011-05-05
35 films from all over the world will be competing to win Brama Wolności Award during the 9. edition of Gdańsk DocFilm Festival [Godność i Praca/ Dignity&Work] which will take place from 4th till 8th May 2011. The Gdynia Film School is a partner of the festival.
9. Gdańsk DocFilm Festival This is the one and only international film festival in the polish Baltic coast area. Each year we present the most interesting documentaries devoted to the human being work environment.

Competition films will be screened in six thematic blocks:
  • Stories of a common madness
  • Trapped in violence
  • Woman in zoom
  • Child on a screen
  • Dusk of the world
  • Windows on the world
This year we have more polish documentaries than ever before. Among these you will find: Declaration of Immortality by Marcin Koszałka; Gugara by Andrzej Dybczak, Jacek Nagłowski; 38,5 by Grzegorz Dębowski; A Piece of Summer by Marta Minorowicz; Take a Look by Adam Palenta; Vakha and Magomed by Marta Prus and The Calf by Marek Marlikowski.

This year’s international competition jury consist of three, renowned filmmakers: Jean Gabriel Periot, a french short film director, Alexis Krasilovsky, film professor and director [i.a Woman Behind the Camera] and Krzysztof Ptak who will also present a tutorial about cinematography and color correction.

During DocFilm Festival there is also a chance to participate in special screenings among which we will present films made by the festival’s guests. Our audience will be able to see projections of the jury members’ film output: Jean Gabriel Perriot and Alexis Krasilovsky. What is also definitely worth seeing are special screenings of the filmmakers from Iceland: Fridrik Thor Fridriksson, Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir and Ari Magnusson.Gdańsk DocFilm Festival is organized with the support of Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej [Polish Film Institute].

Official Festival's website
Olena by Elżbieta Benkowska in Cannes!
“Olena” by Elżbieta Benkowska, a director recently graduated from The Gdynia Film School, will be competing for this year’s Golden Palm of the 66th Cannes Film Festival in the category of short films. This year, there were 3 500 entries from 132 countries in this category. Olena by Elżbieta Benkowska in Cannes!
35 films from all over the world will be competing to win Brama Wolności Award during the 9. edition of Gdańsk DocFilm Festival [Godność i Praca/ Dignity&Work] which will take place from 4th till 8th May 2011. The Gdynia Film School is a partner of the festival.9. Gdańsk DocFilm Festival
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