Marcin Koszałka (born 1970 in Cracow) studied sociology before graduating in camera and production from Silesian University. His work as a director of photography includes several features, including Scratch/ Rysa, presented this year in the East of the West section at IFF Karlovy Vary.
Takiego pieknego syna urodzilam (25´, Poland, 2000)
Caly dzien razem/ All Day Together (25´, Poland, 2006)
Smierc z ludzka twarza/ User-Friendly Death (69´, Poland, 2007)
Istnienie/ Existence (69´, Poland, 2007)
Do bólu/ Till It Hurts (24´, Poland, 2008)
Declaration of Immortality (29', Poland, 2010)
Bedziesz legenda, czlowieku (78', Poland, 2013)
Caly dzien razem (Orig.) / 2006 / Poland / 25 min
Best Central European Documentary, IDFF Jihlava 2006
Originally the film was intended to be a portrait of a day in the life of a Japanese woman. The result is a narrative imbued with subtle humour about how the Polish filmmakers set out to pursue their original concept for the film of which they ultimately achieve almost nothing...