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Apply for the 16. Pomeranian Film Workshops!

Participants of the 15. Pomeranian Film Workshops will take part in every stage of feature film making: from screenwriting, through shooting with professional film crew and actors, to film editing and sounding. The Workshops will be supervised by film practitioners and fine lecturers. The following filmmakers have confirmed their participation in the Workshops: screenwriter Grzegorz Łoszewski [i.a. „Komornik”, „Stygmatyczka”, „Bez wstydu”], director Wojciech Marczewski [i.a. „Dreszcze”, „Ucieczka z kina Wolność”, „Weiser”], cameraman Sławomir Pultyn [m.in. „Życie, miłość, śmierć i inne błahostki czyli Jan Saudek czeski fotograf ” ] and film editor Milenia Fiedler [m.in. „Weiser ”, „Katyń”, „Wałęsa” ].

Those interested in taking part in 13. Pomeranian Film Workshops should fill in the Application Form available on the Gdynia Film School website (www.gsf.pl). To the Application Form you should enclose your idea for the feature film (1-3 pages in the form of a file) on the following subject: …and suddenly it became clear to me that I’m in love… Candidates should present their curriculum vitae and two photographs and also, if available, their creative (literary, film, photographical, musical or artistic) achievements. The enclosed documents should be signed and recorded on a CD or DVD record and delivered personally or by post to Gdynia Film School [81-553 Gdynia, ul. Wrocławska 93] with a postscript WARSZTATY [WORKSHOPS]. The Recruitment Committee will invite maximum 24 people to the second recruitment stage – the interview. Eventually, the Recruitment Committee will select 12 participants of the 13. Pomeranian Film Workshops.

Applications can be submitted until 30th June 2014! All people who are over 18 years old, have a good idea for a film and want to spend 4 interesting months shooting their short film can take part in the Workshops. The Workshops will include ca. 150 hours of practical classes! All classes will take place in Gdynia Film School as well as Cultural Centre 105 in Koszalin. The course will consist of 8 sessions held between September and December 2014. First classes are scheduled on 27-28 September 2014. The fee for the Workshops amounts to PLN 900.

The author of the idea as well as the coordinator of all editions of the Pomeranian Film Workshops is Jerzy Rados. The organizer of the 13. Pomeranian Film Workshops is Pomeranian Film Foundation in Gdynia. The patrons of the undertaking are Gdynia City, the Pomeranian Voivodeship Government and the Cultural Centre 105 in Koszalin.

> contact: Jerzy Rados / jr@gsf.pl
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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