Marcin Latałło, director, producer and cameraman – born in Poland (1967), raised in France, where he studied directing at La fémis (National Film School). He attended the Cinematography department at the Lodz Film School. Son of Stanisław Latałło, about whom he made his first documentary, A Trace (Honorary Mention at the IFF Krakow in 1996) and a book, The Unfinished Portrait. He collaborated with Andrzej Wajda, Agnieszka Holland and Krzysztof Kieślowski (for whom he translated the screenplays and dialogues of the Three Colors into French). He directed two short films: The First Time and Night’s Kiss and the documentaries Constellations for Polish TV, Another Gaze and Notre rue (short version). He is currently shooting the documentaries A New Dream about the Polish theater director Krzysztof Warlikowski and The Other Side of the Poster abouty the Polish Poster and working on the screenplay for his first feature film: A Sailor’s Tale. He founded his production company : Camera Obscura, that is coproducing the cinema version of Our street, and The Comitee by Joanna Grudzinska, with Derives, the production company of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, and Borek by Max Hureau, with Agat Films.
My street (Orig.) / 2013 / Poland / 80 min
Over the course of 5 years, the director followed the lives of simple people in Lodz, Poland, witnessing right beneath their windows the changes of modern Europe, and about their struggle to keep their dignity and to find their place in a changing world.