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Edyta Wróblewska

Poland

Biography

Edyta Wróblewska is a Polish documentary film director. She graduated from the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing and also studied at Camerimage Film School in Toruń.

Edyta graudiated from the School of Economix and the French Institute of Management. For several years she worked in various media companies such as Agora SA, Vision TV, Atomic TV, The Warsaw Voice.

Edyta’s documentaries have been screened at International Film Festivals such as Toronto, New York, Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, London, Nice, Zagreb, Kiev, Guangzhou, Melbourne, Krakow, Wroclaw and many others.

She is a member of the circle of Polish Filmmakers Association.


Filmography:
Silence I./ Cisza I. (20´, Poland, 2003)
Kiedy Bedziesz (27´, Poland, 2004)
Podziemny tygodnik mazowsze (22´, Poland, 2006)
Reflection (81´, Poland, 2006) – segment director
Prl de Luxe (15´, Polsko, 2007)
Debut (2008)
ALA with primer (2010)
Small Instruments (2013)

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Silence I

Cisza 1 (Orig.) / 2003 / Poland / 19 min

What does "Silence" mean to documentary students? Six short films touching much profound matter than the original aim of a student’s task.

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