Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School      |

Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School has a wide potential for cooperation with its environment, both from the Silesian Voivodship and on a national level. It can cooperate with the economy, cultural institutions, public institutions, NGOs, employers and local governments. University of Silesia signed an agreement with Polish Television SA about the cooperation in the field of teaching, as it is one of the major employers for graduates of the Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School (Agreement of 08.11.2013 on teaching cooperation).

As part of the Agreement joint program ventures are planned, the launch of the vocational courses and MBA studies. Cooperation of the School also includes cooperation with other universities and primarily with those, which educate in the field of art. The involvement of the School in research related to new information and communication technologies for the cultural and audiovisual industries will result in cooperation with higher technical schools. Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School will continue cooperation and advisory services for public entities such as the police, museums, cultural centers, local cultural institutions, schools, foundations and associations.

Cooperation with the environment – the operational objectives:

  • Joint educational and program activities with the Polish Television SA.
  • Formation of positive relationships between the School and its environment.
  • Sharing artistic potential of the School to organize projects on a regional and national level.
  • The organization of festivals for art students.
  • Cooperation with national and international institutions and organizations and economic entities.
  • Cooperation with film and cultural institutions aimed at enabling students of the Faculty to realize their artistic projects and promote students’ creativity.
  • Cooperation with the television broadcasters to present best student films.
  • Organization projects promoting creative achievements (film screenings, photographic exhibitions).
  • Participation in national and international film festivals and film fairs.
  • Cooperation with Polish Film Institute to raise funds for film production.
  • Cooperation with public entities, local and regional, such as the police, local governments.
  • Cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, the Academy of Music in Katowice, Lodz Film School and Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Krakow in order to integrate students' artistic circles and allow the students to the implement their joint projects in the field of art.
  • Cooperation with the third sector organizations.
  • Cooperation with secondary education.