The little girl disappears without a trace as soon as her grandfather closes his eyes half asleep for a moment. Will the old man find the girl? Do his little sins have anything to do with this mysterious disappearance? And ... is it only the girl that has disappeared?
Is there one real world? Is everything we see, hear or the place we are real? The rebound phenomenon is a mystery. These questions take the protagonist to many different worlds arising from his experiences or in his imaginations. Mirrors retain memories, but we ourselves pass away. The protagonist travels through his own world of experiences, his thoughts are ageless, and he is each one of us. Is there any other, possible reality at all?
The film, made using the stop-motion animation method, shows the memories of people who remember the introduction of martial law in Poland on December 13, 1981. The inhabitants of Szczecin talk about their experiences and emotions related to this strongly historical time. The film also presents photographs from the Szczecin Shipyard and the streets of Szczecin, where dramatic events took place many times,
which that have not been published so far.
„The Szczecin Shipyard Pacification in 1981” is a documentary record of witnesses to the history of the Szczecin Shipyard pacification operation at the time of the declaration of martial law in 1981. The film uses a record of the reconstruction of these events from 2011 in Szczecin.
An adult son and his mother are going on a picnic on the beach, where their calmness is stormed by the son’s emergence of his love for another woman. His character is too much influenced by his mother, hence the son tries to establish new rules in their relationship. The mother reacts absurdly. They both spend a lot of time together and go on a journey, also mentally. At the end of their trek, they meet a man playing a beautiful melody.
The local singer Monika Dywońska, pseudonym Mona Diva, dies at the hands of the murderer. Eugeniusz Hart is dealing with the case. He visits the place where Mona sang to question the bartender about the murdered woman. As he leaves, he meets the new singer of the club, Lucy Rose, who gives him a mysterious message. He claims to know who killed Diva. Indicates the address where they are to meet and talk. Hart also has a secret that only himself and the murderer know about. Lucy and Hart meet at the address indicated to settle the score.
Born in 1973 in Szczecin, a sociologist and therapist by education, a filmmaker by passion. Co-founder and vice-president of the Kamera Association. Co-author and implementer of many film education and art therapy projects for young people and seniors implemented by the Kamera Association. Director of several documentary films, including “Sususdata”, “Immer Reisebereit”, “Artkadiusz”. Organizer of the Senior Movie Film Festival.
Graduate of the faculties: “Experimental Film” at the Academy of Art in Szczecin, “Film and Audiovisual Arts” at the Social Academy of Sciences in Warsaw and “New Film Studies” at SWPS. On a daily basis she deals with film editing. Her editing credits include the documentary “Wiatr we włosach” and the war movie “Wojna się skończyła”. She worked on the TV programs “The Voice of Poland” and “The Voice Kids” in the post-production department. In addition, she often grabs her camera and expresses her artistic soul in the form of photos and recordings by making her own short films. One of them is her previous film from the experimental cinema genre, entitled “Humanoid”.
Born in Sweden, raised in Canada artist of Polish descent. She has spent most of her life traveling the world in search of teachers in various areas of life. Focused on continuous development, she is a singer, songwriter, music composer and entrepreneur, currently emerging as a director. Her passion for art is fueled by her passion for helping people to thrive and achieve their true potential. Her newly found appreciation for the visual arts goes in line with her love of acting, comedy as well as the need to make our world a better place.
Independent filmmaker, specializing in documentary films. Founder and president of the Kamera Association from Szczecin. Author and producer of film education projects aimed at young people and seniors. Director of many documentary films, including “Pan Ciasteczko”, “Artkadiusz” or “Mój pierwszy raz”, which were presented at many film festivals in Poland and abroad (e.g. Grand Prix for “Mój pierwszy raz” at the FICAE 2017 festival in Valencia). Director of the Senior Movie Film Festival.
In 1991-2014 a journalist at TVP Szczecin, the author of series of programs, reportage portraits of outstanding Poles living abroad for TVP Polonia and documentary programs for TVP Historia. For 10 years, she has been a correspondent of TVP Polonia in Germany, lecturer in television journalism at the University of Szczecin. In 2022, her book “Wolność bez wolności” will be published in Poland and Germany, about the fate of Poles who did not want to return to the People’s Republic of Poland after World War II, and a scientific monograph of 44 years of Polish troops at the American army in Germany, France, Belgium and the USA in the years 1945-1989 – as a doctoral dissertation.
Rozalia Jaz (born October 14th, 1992) – 3rd year student of graphic design, speciality: photography at the Painting and New Media Faculty of the Academy of Art in Szczecin, graduate of Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, major: emergency medical services. In her everyday life she connects her passions and artistic undertakings with professional work.
Creator of short films, music videos and commercials. His “Zagadka zemsty” was nominated in the category for the best debut at the Kołobrzeg Suspense Film Festival in 2018. Papaya Young Directors 2020 finalist. His films were shown in Zagreb and New York. In 2023, the historical drama “Figiel”, the radio play of his authorship, will be released in Audioteka.