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Polish cinematographer, born in 1976 in Szczecin. His body of work encompasses documentaries, biographic pictures, dramas, and etudes, e.g. Leiv Igor Devold's Falstart, Marcin Sauter's North from Calabria, Tali Shalom-Ezer's Surrogate, Michał Marczak's At the Edge of Russia, Leszek Dawid's You Are God. Recognized with the Golden Duck for his cinematography in Suicide Room. Attended eight editions of the Festival. Films with his photography were featured in the Documentary Films Competition (Feature Length Films Category). In 2011, distinguished for his work on Suicide Room at the Polish Films Competition and Cinematographers' Debut Competition. At the 19th edition of the Festival, he conducted a seminar devoted to editing to the winning film, organized in cooperation with the Polish Association of Film Editors. In 2012 Leszek Dawid`s You are God with Ładczuk`s cinematography competed in Polish Films Competition, Main Competiton and Cinematographers` Debut Competition.
Director, screenwriter, and producer, born in 1954 in Cieplice Śląskie. Graduate of University of Wrocław's Institute of Polish Studies, and University of Silesia's Faculty of Radio and Television. His filmography includes such titles as In the Middle of Europe, Departure, A Time for Witches, and 0_1_0. Winner of Jury Special Award, and Polish Filmmakers Association Award and Gdynia Film Festival. Died in 2008. Attended four editions of the Camerimage Festival - in 1995, 2004, 2005, and 2006.
Polish documentary films director, born in 1940 in Paris. He is a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is known for his active devotion to teaching – he is a teacher at the University of Warsaw, at La Fémis school in Paris and at the Wajda School. In 1994 he was nominated for an Oscar and the European Film Awards for his documentary film “89mm from Europe”. He received numerous awards and national decorations, including the Order of Rebirth of Poland. His work includes several outstanding documentaries , including “Microphone’s Test”, “Anything Can Happen”, “So It Doesn’t Hurt”, “Poste Restante” and “Tonia and Her Children”. Marcel Łoziński attended the Camerimage Festival twice. In 2015 he received the Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Documentary Filmmaking.
Polish director and screenwriter, born in 1965 in Warsaw. He began his career as the assistant of his father, esteemed documentary films director Marcel Łoziński. He also collaborated with Krzysztof Kieślowski while shooting “Three Colors: White". His most acclaimed films are documentaries, such as “Birthplace", “Chemo", “Inwentaryzacja", “Siostry" or “Taka historia". Recognized at film festivals in Gdynia, Krakow or Berlin, among others. Paweł Łoziński has attended two editions of the Plus Camerimage festival already. In 2012 he was the chairman of the Feature Length Documentary Films Competition. In 2010 his film “Inwentaryzacja" was selected for Documentary Short Films Competition and the year before his “Birthplace" was presented as part of the special screenings.