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On March 9 in Munich will start the 18th International Short Film Festival Bunter Hund, during which a short documentary Debut – love produced by The Faculty of Radio and Television University of Silesia in Katowice, will be presented. Debut - Love directed by Sylwia Rosak will compete for the title of best film in the competition Liebe & andere Grausamkeiten.

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On February 26 Polish Society of Cinematographers for the fifth time awarded its prize for best cinematography. The winner was Paweł Dyllus - a graduate of the Faculty of Radio and Television - for his cinematography in "I am a murderer".

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February 14 during the 67th Berlinale Kuba Czekaj was awarded by Baumi Script Development Award for feature film script "Sorry, Poland". The award was presented in Berlin.

Baumi Award commemorates the famous producer and founder of Pandora Film Karl Baumgartner (Malgorzata Szumowska also collaborated with Baumgartner). The prize opens the door to international co-productions. "Sorry, Poland" also received financing from Polish Film Institute to develop the script.

The film's hero is a 40-year-old disillusioned dancer, and the starting point for the script was Maria Peszek’s song "Sorry, Poland". Photos are planned for 2018.

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On Februry 7, at the headquarters of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw nominations for the Polish Film Awards ORŁY 2017 were announced. Annual awards of Polish Film Academy are the french equivalent of the Caesars and the czech equivalent of the Lions. "The last family" directed by John P. Matuszyński received 10 nominations and "I am a murderer" directed by Maciej Pieprzyca received 9 nominations.

This year's winners will be announced on March 20.

For more information visit the official website of the Polish Film Awards.

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The first stage of voting by members of Polish Society of Cinematographers has ended on Febuary 6. The final top five films are going to participate in the competition for the PSC 2017 Award. There are two movies in this top which directors of photography are graduates of the Krzysztof Kieslowski Faculty of Radio and Television. These directors of photography are Piotr Dyllus and Kacper Fertacz.

PSC Award for Best Cinematography in a feature film will be awarded for the fifth time. The gala of awards ceremony will be held on February 26.

For more information visit the official PSC website