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The official premiere of Michał Rosa's new film "Piłsudski" took place in Warsaw Multikino.

The film’s story begins in 1901, Józef Piłsudski "Ziuk" after a daring escape from a psychiatric hospital becomes once again the head of the Polish independence underground. The national-liberation struggle is interspersed with threads from private life showing the future Head of the Polish State as a man of flesh and blood, not just a monument.

Starring Borys Szyc.

"Piłsudski" is also the last film made by Studio Kadr.

Available in cinemas from Friday 13/09/2019.

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The European Film Festival Integration You and Me

Among the 38 competition films qualified for the European Film Festival Integration You and Me there was also our film "Julek" dir. Bartosz Toboła.

The European Film Festival Integration You and Me has been combining the topic of disability with film art for sixteen years and has consistently proved that "life can begin many times".

700 films were shown in the years 2003 - 2019. Butterfly statuette was received, among others, by Maciej Pieprzyca for the film "Life Feels Good".

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Kino na granicy, photo by Łukasz Maciejewski

In Cieszyn during the 21st Kino Na Granicy Film Festival, a special event in the form of a meeting with our Faculty took place. During four days the Festival audience could see four different sets of our films and the culmination was a meeting with Dean prof. dr hab. Krystyna Doktorowicz, our lecturers and graduates moderated by Łukasz Maciejewski.

Below the event’s schedule:

Katowice Film School Set 1 (Marcin Wrona, "Człowiek magnes", Michał Rosa "Gry i zabawy wojskowe", Maciej Pieprzyca "Inna", Jan P. Matuszyński "Myjnia")
PLACE: Piast Cinema
Q&A: 13:45
MODERATOR: Magda Miśka-Jackowska
GUEST: Maciej Pieprzyca

Katowice Film School Set 2 (Kuba Czekaj „Rwetes”; Piotr Domalewski „Obcy”; Paweł Maślona „Magma”; „Święto zmarłych”; Aleksandra Terpińska)
PLACE: Kass Cinema
Q&A: 18:15
MODERATOR: Patrycja Wanat
GUEST: Radosław Ochnio, Aleksandra Terpińska, Ewa Kaim

Katowice Film School Set 3 (Magdalena Łazarkiewicz „Miejsce urodzenia”; Piotr Łazarkiewicz „Dom na rozdrożu”; Waldemar Krzystek „Antykwariat”; Magdalena Piekorz „Dziewczyny z Szymanowa”)
PLACE: COK National House
Q&A: 14:05
MODERATOR: Magda Miśka-Jackowska
GUEST: Magdalena Łazarkiewicz

Katowice Film School Set 4 (Beata Dzianowicz "Cela z widokiem"; Marcin Koszałka „Takiego pięknego syna urodziłam”; Bartek Konopka „Czubek”; Agnieszka Smoczyńska „3 love”)
PLACE: Adam Mickiewicz Theatre
Q&A: 13:35 (Film Katowice)
MODERATOR: Łukasz Maciejewski
KATOWICE DEBATE, GUESTS: Piotr Domalewski, Beata Dzianowicz, Bartek Konopka, Marcin Koszałka, Magdalena Łazarkiewicz, Małgorzata Imielska, Adam Sikora, Krzysztof Zanussi, Maciek Pieprzyca, Krystyna Doktorowicz, Joanna Krauze

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The winners

Krystyna Bochenek Polish Journalist Competition ended with awards for us. The evaluation of the journalist works that passed the stage of formal evaluation was made by the Competition Jury chaired by prof. Krystyna Doktorowicz, Dean of the Faculty of Radio and Television of the University of Silesia in Katowice.

The announcement of the winners and the award ceremony took place on Monday, April 23 at Teatr Śląski in Katowice.

The first prize went to the film "Dead season", dir. Dagmara Drzazga.

Our graduate Karolina Kłapkowska got Special Mention for the film ""

The goal of the K. Bochenek Polish Journalist Competition is the promotion of the region, as well as the commemoration of Krystyna Bochenek, a Silesian journalist known for many social actions and initiatives. The competition is open and the relationship between the work and issues related to the issue of the Śląskie Voivodeship can be both literal and universal, multi-faceted and does not have to be a leading topic.

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The winners

This year, for the first time, the winnerss of the Student Laurels of the University of silesia were our employees. This would not have been possible without the enormous involvement of students in online voting and our student council under the leadership of Denis Holeś.

We won in the following categories:

  • Friendly Dean's Office: Dean's Office of the Radio and Television Faculty
  • Student's Friend: Mgr Dagmara Magiera

The evening featured the performance of the Mikromusic band.

This award is a manifestation of the students’ gratitude that they award to people and organizations particularly close to the students.

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