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Minorowicz

Marta Minorowicz

Poland

Biography

Marta Minorowicz is the author and director of the multi-award winning documentary film, 'A Piece of Summer' (Kawałek Lata).

In 2010 Marta graduated from the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing where she made the film, ‘Decrescendo’ that was also awarded at a number of festivals. In 2003 she graduated with an MA in History of Theater and English Filology at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.

For more than five years she cooperated with Polish television where she made dozens of social reportages. For Discovery History she scripted and directed, among others, the Holocaust-survival documentary, ‘The Angel of Death’. In 2012 she founded the production company MM Films.

Marta has received many Awards including: Grand Prix, Clermont-Ferrand Filmfest 2011; Golden Dove, DOK Festival, Leipzig, 2010; and Grand Prix, Łodz, Poland.


Filmography:

Kawalek (24', Poland, 2010)
A Piece of Summer (23', Poland, 2010)
Decrescendo (26', Poland, 2011)

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Decrescendo

Decrescendo (Orig.) / 2011 / Poland / 25 min

The story of the blossoming friendships that take place between the young psychologist Tomek and his patients from a retirement house.

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