The 46th Polish Feature Film Festival is coming to an end. This year, 16 films were included in the Main Competition. The Golden Lions – the festival’s most important award – went to the makers of the film “All Our Fears” directed by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt. Silver Lions were awarded to “Let there be no traces” by Jan P. Matuszyński.
46th Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia is about to end. On Saturday evening, the jury will announce its verdict, awarding Golden and Silver Lions. This year the chairman jury Andrzej Barański became the director and screenwriter. Next to him, the jury included: actress Joanna Kulig, composer Mikołaj Trzaska, writer, playwright and screenwriter Robert Bolesto, cinematographer, director and screenwriter Bogdan Dziworski, Czech film expert Emilia Mira Haviarová, costume designer Dorota Roqueplo and director Agnieszka Smoczyńska.
It was included in the Main Competition six full-length directorial debuts and three second directors’ films. Competition 16 was composed of: “Let there be no traces” by Jan P. Matuszyński, “Other people” by Aleksandra Terpińska, “Hyacinth” by Piotr Domalewski and “Nothing soup” by Kinga Dębska, “Because there is sex in me” by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz, “Najmro. Kocha, steals, respects “Mateusz Rakowicz,” The Passage “by Dorota Lamparska,” All Our Fears “by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt,” My Wonderful Life “by Łukasz Grzegorzek,” Hitler’s Aunt “by Michał Rogalski,” The Tenant “by Michał Otłowski,” Mosquito State “by Filip Jan Rymsza, “Return to Legoland” by Konrad Aksinowicz, “Prime Time” by Jakub Piątek, “Zygielbojm’s Death” by Ryszard Brylski and “Sonata” by Bartosz Blaschke.
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