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The competition for the architectural award of Bryla Roku 2017 has been a great success. This year's edition is the eleventh edition of the competition.
The most votes of the Jurors and thus the Award was given to the building oft he Faculty of Radio and Television at the University of Silesia in Katowice.
The second place in the online competition was also won by our new building. Our building received 2422 votes. Just to remind, the project was prepared by the offices of Grupa 5 Architekci from Warsaw and BAAS Arquitectes from Barcelona. The construction and executive design is a joint work of both studios and architects from the Małeccy Biuro Projektowe.

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Dust by Jakub Radej has won another prize and this time it is an Audience Award.

Opavský Páv is an international festival for student films that combines the presentation of the best films and audiovisual education. The aim of the festival is to motivate and inspire young people and to convince the general public that student films deserve more attention. The festival offers not only screenings of the best short films of various genres, but also workshops and lectures for the public. .

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For the 15th time between 12 and 13. April, student short films could be watched during the Węgiel Film Festival. The event is organized annually by second-year students of the Film and Television Production as part of the workshop classes run by Anna Huth (Festival coordinator).

This year's jubilee edition of the Festival took place in the cinema of the Department of Radio and Television at 3 Paweł Street and was connected with the Faculty's open days. As every year, candidates for the studies had the opportunity to consult their photographic works and scripts. Candidates for the Film and Television Production fort he first time could take part in a lecture on the subject of the work of the production manager led by Małgorzata Domin.

During the Festival, 29 films (including 6 animations) from around the world were presented to the audience, and the Jury chaired by Krzysztof Lang chose the winners in 5 categories. The winners received attractive prizes in the form of post-production services and rental of film equipment.

During the Festival, two Masterclasses were held for the students of cinematography and candidates for this major. The Masterclass for the candidates was led by the cinematographer and lecturer of WRiTV, dr Paweł Chorzępa, and the Masterclass for students by Wojciech Staroń, cinematographer and laureate of the PSC Prize oft he Association of Cinematographers for best cinematography for the full-length feature film of 2017.

List of lauerates:
Best film - Nothing New Under The Sun dir. Damian Kocur
Best Polish Language Film - Dregs dir. Kordian Kądziela
Best animation - "Zdrowaś?" dir. Ilona Dybka
Best Picture - DoP Robert Lis for the film Nothing New Under The Sun dir. Damian Kocur
Best Directing - "La manzana" dir. Henry Disotuar
Special Mentions - "Race" dir. Stanisław Cuske

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Yesterday in the Teatr Polski, the 20th edition of the Orły was held. Piotr Domalewski with the film "Silent Night" was nominated in 11 categories, he was able to win prizes in 9 of them, among others for the best film, for script and directing. The Polish Film Academy also appreciated the actors; Dawid Ogrodnik was awarded for the leading male part, Arkadiusz Jakubik for the supporting male part and Agnieszka Suchora for the supporting female part.
Also Jan P. Matuszynski and Kasia Adamik received the prize for the best feature film series for the "Wataha" series season 2.

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Three films, produced by the Radio and Television Faculty won prizes during the 10th edition of the Short Waves Festival. In the Polish competition, the first prize went to Damian Kocur with the film Nothing New Under the Sun, the third prize for Jakub Radej for Dust and the audience award Kordian Kądziela for Dregs.

Short Waves Festival is a network of film events scattered in Poznań. Their core is the competition screenings - sets of short films covering five categories: International Competition, Polish Competition, Dances with Camera, Urban View and Best of Ten.
Short Waves Festival means also entertainment theme films, such as Comedy Shorts or Hot Shorts, focus program as well as innovative audiovisual events.

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