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tomasz wolski

Tomasz Wolski

Poland / Website

Biography

Tomasz Wolski has taken part in Berlinale Talent Campus twice and received a scholarship from Ministry of Culture and Natural Heritage (of the Republic of Poland), “Young Poland” – Minister of Culture’s Scholarship and “Creative Grant of the City of Krakow”. He was awarded at The Punto de Vista Documentary Film Festival in Spain with Jean Vigo Prize for the Best Director, DocumentART Festival in Germany with Grand Prix, International Film Festival “Era New Horizons” in Wroclaw for Best Documentary and “Slamdance on the Road” Festival in Poland with Grand Prix.

Filmography:

Warsztaty szkolne/ Workshops (9´, Poland, 2002)
Cizsa/ Silence (3´, Poland, 2003)
If I Were a Fish (20´, Poland, 2004)
Born Dead - together with Jacek Blawut (53´, Poland, 2004)
Wsycy ludzie rezysera/ All the Director´s Men (20´, Poland, 2005)
Klinika/ The Clinic (30´, Poland, 2006)
Zlota rybka/ Goldfish (52´, Poland, 2008)
Aktorzy/ Actors (28´, Poland, 2009)
Szczęściarze/ The Lucky Ones (27´, Poland, 2009)

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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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