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tomasz wolski

Tomasz Wolski



Tomasz Wolski is a scriptwriter and documentary filmmaker born in 1977.

He is a graduate of Journalism at the Jagiellonian University and the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing.

Aside from directing his own films Tomasz also worked as a director’s assistant to Jacek Bławut on Born Dead (2004).

Tomasz has taken part in Berlinale Talent Campus twice and received a scholarship from Ministry of Culture and Natural Heritage (of the Republic of Poland)

He has won a number of Festival awards in Neubrandenburg, Pamplona and Wroclaw among others. 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.


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)
Slowly (2009)
H2O (2010)
Doctors (82', Poland, 2011)
Palace (85', Poland, 2012)
Nie dla kazdego / Not for Everyone (28', Poland, 2013)


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.



East Doc Platform for the fifth time

East Doc Platform for the fifth time

Do you want to make a film? The Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) is looking for documentary projects in development, production and post-production for the 5th edition of East Doc Platform.

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- 19.11.2015 -

Thomas A. Østbye: Reducing Reality or Losing Control of the Film

Thomas A. Østbye: Reducing Reality or Losing Control of the Film

What is most mysterious in life is existence itself, says renowned Norwegian director Thomas A. Østbye in an interview about his documentary films and his Indonesian interactive project 17.000 Islands. The interview was made at the 19th Jihlava IDFF.

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- 6.11.2015 -

Doclisboa: Risk, Želimir Žilnik, Terrorism and more

Doclisboa: Risk, Želimir Žilnik, Terrorism and more

The 13th edition of Doclisboa International Film Festival takes place from October 22 to November 1 and shows 236 films from 40 countries, including a total of 43 world premieres. On November 2 to 15, the festival will be followed by a special Doclisboa event at DAFilms.com.

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- 22.10.2015 -

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