The Young Guns – The Art Academy of Szczecin

Among Polish art schools, the Experimental Film Worksop at the the Art Academy of Szczecin is the first and only workshop profiled to educate in avant-garde and experimental cinema. Its students explore the basis of film language, at the same time learning to break the conventions of film genres. The goal of the workshop is to educate sensitive and creative artists, for whom the world of motion pictures is a place to experiment and search. The educational process consists mostly of making your own projects, discussions, as well as screenings of works by renowned avant-garde and experimental filmmakers.

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List of films:

1. Patrycja Migiel, “Samo szczęście”, 6.17 min, 2014
2. Andrzej Pater, “Eksperyment”, 13.47 min, 2014
3. Laura Mulica, “Ostrzałka”, 1.22 min, 2014
4. Małgorzata Michałowska, “Moja Babcia”, 9.25 min, 2014
5. Rafał Żarski, “Rytuał”, 5.18 min, 2014
6. Małgorzata Goliszewska, “Osiemnastka”, 14.54 min, 2014
7. Mikołaj Tkacz, “Poważny człowiek”, 3.54 min, 2014


Hubert Czerepok

Hubert Czerepok (born 1973 in Słubice) graduated from the Kenar School of Fine Arts in Zakopane, and from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. In 2002-2003 he did postgraduate studies at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands, and in 2004-2005 at the Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Antwerp in  Belgium. He took part in many individual exhibitions in Poland and abroad, including “History and Utopia,” Arsenał Gallery in Białystok; “Lux Aeterna” at the Żak | Branicka Gallery in Berlin; “Devil’s Island” at the La Criee Centre d’Art Contemporain in Rennes, France; “Cultural Transference” at the EFA Project Space, The Elizabeth Foundation for The Art, New York, USA; Regres/Progres at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. Professor at the Art Academy of Szczecin, where he runs the Experimental Film Workshop at the Faculty of Painting and New Media.

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