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"Hedgehog's Dilemma" by Mateusz Rybiński Wins Honorable Mention at the Warsaw Film Festival

Mateusz Rybiński

"Hedgehog's Dilemma" by Mateusz Rybiński and produced by Kieślowski Film School has received an honorable mention in the short film category at the 39th Warsaw Film Festival.

We thank the international jury, Masha Kondakova, Piotr Jasiński, and Oliver Adam Kusio, for this recognition.

Tomasz Grzymała handled the cinematography of the film, and Natalia Rokicka and Rafał Cieplok managed the production.

The award also makes "Hedgehog's Dilemma" eligible for an Oscar, as the short film competition at the Warsaw Film Festival is recognized by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and is listed on the Oscar's website.

This achievement is the result of the hard work of every person who worked on the project, and we extend our heartfelt congratulations to them.

We're also excited about Sonya Oleniak's short film "Coral/Wolna" winning the Short Grand Prix. This is a co-production between the USA, France, and Poland, with Dr. Anna Huth, one of our esteemed lecturers, serving as a co-producer. Congratulations to the team as well!