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Our Student Achievements at the 63rd Krakow Film Festival

Photo from movie „Trzy opowiadania o Basi”

Our students never fail to amaze us with their achievements!

On Saturday evening, the International Jury of the Krakow Film Festival presented awards to some of the best films screened during the Krakow Film Festival throughout the week.

The Golden Hobby-Horse for the director of the best documentary film went to Mateusz Pietrak for his documentary, "Basia: Three Short Stories." Our student, Paweł Kozak, worked as the cinematographer in this film. In addition, the film's editor, Olga Bejm, a student of the Łódź Film School, received the President of the Polish Filmmakers Association award for the best film editing.

An honorable mention in the Polish Competition at this year's festival went to a short documentary, "Wyraj," a Polish-Ukrainian co-production, directed by our students, Jakub Stoszek and Magdalena Mistygacz. The film was produced by Jakub Orłoś, also a student at the Kieślowski Film School.

The complete list of winners of the 63rd edition of the KFF is available at this link.

Until June 18, all films featured in the Krakow Film Festival and the special film series "Domówka" prepared by Typowy Jędrzej are available online on the KFF VOD platform (link).

We would like to extend our congratulations to the winners and all participants in the festival. We are eagerly looking forward to the participation of our lecturer, Professor Andrzej Fidyk, and graduate, Damian Kocur, on the jury panel.