LAUREATES

LAUREATES

2013 | SHORT FILMS COMPETITION

THE EASTER CRUMBLE (Mazurek) – dir. Julia Kolberger, Main Prize | VOCUUS (Vocuus) – dir. Patryk Jurek, Additional Prize | GREAT (Dyktator) – dir. Andreas Henn,  Additional Prize

THE EASTER CRUMBLE | Mazurek | dir. Julia Kolberger | PL | 2013 | 30 min

prod|pro Piotr Woźniak – Starak, Krzysztof Rak scen|wr Julia Kolberger zdj|ph Jakub Giza muz|mus Radosław Łukasiewicz mon|ed Andrzej Dąbrowski ob|cast Kinga Preis, Roman Gancarczyk, Marta Juras, Richard Berkeley, Aleksandra Domańska, Paweł Królikowski dys|dis SPF

Urszula is preparing a traditional Easter breakfast to welcome her daughter and her new fiancé.
When the couple arrives, the man turns out to be thirty years older than Urszula’s daughter. Easter breakfast turns into supper, while Urszula goes through the worst day of her life.

JULIA KOLBERGER (1978)
She studied English language and literature, film studies, and applied linguistics in Tours and in Paris. She graduated in directing from the Polish National Film School in Łódź. “I won’t be here tomorrow”, her graduation film, won a number of awards, including the Second Prize at the Kustendorf International Film Festival in Serbia, a Golden Tadpole at Camerimage 2010, a Special Prize in the Young Polish Cinema competition at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, the first prize at the Polish Film Festival in New York, and the third prize at the Łodzią po Wiśle festival in 2010.

AWARDS
2013 FFD YOUTH AND FILM Koszalin – „Jantar” Award for feature film (Short Film Competition)
2013 FF KAMERALNE LATO Radom – Jury Special Award (Best Feature Fim), Audience Award
2013 FAF TWO RIVERSIDES Kazimierz Dolny, Janowiec nad Wisłą – Main Prize, Independent Short Films Competition
2013 PFF Gdynia – Jury Special Award in „Young Cinema Competition”
2013 PFF Los Angeles – „Bridging The Borders” Award
2014 IFMF KÜSTENDORF – „Silver Egg” Award
2014 IFF ZOOM-ZBLIŻENIA Jelenia Góra –  Best Feature Fim
2014 FEBIOFEST Bratysława – Audience Award

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VOCUUS | Vocuus | dir. Patryk Jurek | PL | 2012 | 18 min

prod|pro Paweł Ziębaczewski scen|wr Agata Rudniewska, Patryk Jurek zdj|ph Arkadiusz Tomiak muz|mus Filip Kuncewicz mon|ed Patryk Jurek ob|cast Maciej Stuhr, Julia Wróblewska, Marta Żmuda Trzebiatowska, Marieta Żukowska, Maria Gładkowska

After his wife’s death, Paweł is left to care for their daughter with whom he never had an emotional connection. A lost girl and broken man must connect in an empty house. They attempt to invoke the slowly fading mother and wife. Can a red sweater help them? The film asks whether there are good and bad ways of dealing with trauma and who has the right to judge?

PATRYK JUREK (1984)
Graduate of the School of Photography in Katowice. In 2006, he also received a degree in Directing and Editing from the Film and Television Academy in Warsaw. Since 2008, he has been conducting annual workshops for actors in the Drzwi Film Festival. He directs and edits television programs, music videos and alternative films, is involved in casting for TVN productions. In addition, he has produced documentary, short features and ads.

AWARDS
2013 IFF ZOOM-ZBLIŻENIA Jelenia Góra – Best Feature Film
2013 SIREN FF Charków – Best Feature Film
2013 SOPOT FF – 2nd Award in Short Films Competition „World Shorts & Short Anima”
2013 FAF TWO RIVERSIDES Kazimierz Dolny, Janowiec nad Wisłą – Additional Prize, Independent Short Films Competition

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GREAT | Dyktator | dir. Andreas Henn | DE | 2013 | 23 min

prod|pro Andreas Henn, Alexander Wasielewski scen|wr Andreas Henn, Alexander Wasielewski, Gawain Mallinckrodt zdj|ph Alexander Wasielewski muz|mus Sandy Lopicic mon|ed Andreas Henn ob|cast Miloš Biković, Paulus Manker, Simon Schwarz

May 10th, 1942: a relatively minor event on the brink of world history, which, had it not really happened, would certainly be worth of being dreamt up. All of Yugoslavia is occupied by Nazi-Germany. Nikola, a young Serbian projectionist, has had more than enough. Instead of emulating his violent Partisan friends, Nikola decides to teach the Germans a lesson all by himself. His weapon of choice: ,The Great Dictator‘ by Charlie Chaplin. His target: a cinema for German soldiers right in the heart of Serbia. What happens there, Nikola couldn’t possibly have imagined in his wildest dreams.

ANDREAS HENN (1983)
He was born in Munich. In 2004 he decided to move to Austria to study Theatre and Film Studies at the University of Vienna. He graduated in 2009, receiving honors for his dissertation on „Stanley Kubrick and the model of chess”. Following this, he started working for the brand-agency KMS TEAM in Munich and the Imagination Group ltd. In London. In the same year, he founded the production company Dog Ear Films together with cinematographer Alexander Wasielewski. Andreas Henn’s debut short fiction film „Tel” was shown at numerous international film festivals. „Great” is his second short film.

AWARDS
FAF TWO RIVERSIDES Kazimierz Dolny, Janowiec nad Wisłą – Additional Prize, Independent Short Films Competition
2013 ISFF ALMERÍA – Audience Award, Best Short Film
2013 ASPEN SHORTSFEST – BAFTA/LA Certificate of Excellence
2013 EBERSWALDE FF – Audience Award

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