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THE BEST OF WAJDA SCHOOL

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This week we offer a FREE TASTE of the best documentaries of the Wajda School produced in 2011–2012...


The most interesting directors of the younger generation, both Polish and foreign, are developing their projects here. More than 50 documentary and feature films, as well as 200 shorts have been produced so far. They have been selected and often won prizes at the most prestigious festivals, including Berlinale, San Sebastian, Karlovy Vary, Hot Docs, IDFA, DOK Leipzig and European Film Awards nominee. This week we offer a free taste of the best documentaries produced in 2011–2012.


Watch FOR FREE the Wajda Schools best films on DAFilms.com from August 6 to 12.


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Rendez-Vous

Rendez-vous (Orig.) / 2006 / Poland / 8 min

Two people have a date in a restaurant: a quite regular situation but for them - a very special moment.

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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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Silence II

Cisza 2 (Orig.) / 2005 / Poland / 20 min

“Silence 2” is a set of short docs made by students of the second edition of Documentary Course.

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Silence III

Cisza 3 (Orig.) / 2006 / Poland / 20 min

“Silence 3” is meant as a set of short docs made by students of the third edition of the Documentary Course.

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The Booth of Fortune

Kilka mniejszych wygranych (Orig.) / 2008 / Poland / 15 min

In the modern city there is no place for a small booth with lottery. It has to be demolished together with the close relations between its regular customers.

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The Dog Hill

Marysina polana (Orig.) / 2010 / Poland / 39 min

A story about three men of different age who spend six months each year working as shepherds, away from their families and civilization.

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Viva Maria!

Viva Maria! (Orig.) / 2010 / Poland / 17 min

The film „Viva Maria” is a tale of passion, sacrifice and devotion, and is an extraordinary story of passing down a voice...

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Black Daughter

Czarna córka (Orig.) / 2011 / Poland / 24 min

Shot in a beautiful surroundings a conversation with the old gypsy woman, who spent her childhood wandering with her family...

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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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