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WFO. Short films

WFO. Short films

Polska, 1991, 124 min

The Educational Film Studio has been carrying out its mission continuously since the 1940s, invariably at the same address at 210 Kilińskiego Street in Łódź. Its achievements include 4500 films on various subjects, made by several generations of Polish filmmakers.

Outstanding Polish filmmakers, including Wojciech Jerzy Has, Janusz Nasfeter, Krzysztof Zanussi, Zbigniew Rybczyński, Krzysztof Ptak, Jerzy Zieliński, Juliusz Machulski, Jacek Bławut, and Marek Koterski started their careers in "Oświatówka". Maciej Drygas was a laureate of the FELIX European Film Award for his work "Hear my cry" produced at WFO.

Music for the films produced in the Studio was composed, among others, by Krzysztof Komeda, Krzysztof Penderecki, Wojciech Kilar, and Jan A.P. Kaczmarek. Today, many titles are considered classics of Polish film. Movies produced at the Studio have won over 1,200 awards at national and international film festivals.

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Educational Film Studio, we invite you to a unique jubilee screening, the program of which includes selected short films:

Glory to the bull (1971, dir. Andrzej Papuziński, 13 minut)
Miracles don't exist (1969, dir. Antoni Krauze, 16 minutes)
Girl with the Devil (1975, dir. Piotr Szulkin, 14 minutes)
The Primer (1976, dir. Wojciech Wiszniewski, 8 minutes)
Men (1969, dir. Grzegorz Królikiewicz, 8,5 minutes)
Ant Trails (1956, dir. Stanisław Kokesz, 10 minutes)
Modern Pentathlon (1975, dir. Bogdan Dziworski, 8 minutes)
Hear my cry (1991, dir. Maciej Drygas, 46 minutes)


Legend
Main Competition
Short Film Competition
Sekcje Pozakonkursowe