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Seven Men At Different Ages
Seven Men At Different Ages
The film tells the story about seven boxers. Seven scenes present boxers at different career stages - from childhood to late old age.
2013 | Documentary film directed by Sławomir Witek
Selection for the Peace & Love Film Festival in Sweden

The film has been selected for the Short Film Competition.

Selection for the DocAviv Festival in Tel Aviv

The festival hosts film professionals from Israel and abroad and facilitates professional networking and audience interaction. Alongside dozens of screenings, the festival holds discussion panels, special events, artists' master classes, and workshops attended by the festival's international guests, members of the Israeli film industry, and members of the public.

Selection for the Main Competition for short films at the 32. Koszalin Debut Film Festival “Young and Cinema”

Koszalin Debut Film Festival “Young and Cinema” is the biggest Polish film festival to present young Polish cinema: full-length cinema and TV film debuts as well as short films – animations, documentary and feature films.

Selection for the Eureka Festival

EUREKA aims at arousing interest of youth in film as a form of communicating one’s point of view, familiarizing future filmmakers with the Tenth Muse, inspiring by presenting the achievements of the masters of cinema, and promoting Poland abroad.http://www.disce.pl/index.php/festiwal-eureka/

Sreening at the 53. Krakow Film Festival

"Seven Men At Different Ages" will be screened in the the Panorama of Polish Film section.

Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest film events dedicated to documentary, animated and short fiction films in Europe. During 8 festival days viewers have an opportunity to watch about 250 films from Poland and abroad.

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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