“MASTERCLASS - School of Filmmaking”. The 6th edition has ended. We met the winners
The 6th edition of the “MASTERCLASS – School of Filmmaking” film workshop has ended. For six weeks, participants followed the lectures and webinars, and then realized short film forms as part of the workshop exercises. The best of them received a financial prize.
Specialists were invited to share their knowledge with the participants. Up to 100 listeners took part in this year’s edition of the “MASTERCLASS – School of Filmmaking” film workshop. Due to restrictions related to the Covid-19 epidemic, meetings were held online. Lectures and webinars were conducted by: cinematographer Arkadiusz Tomiak, film critic and script consultant Michał Oleszczyk, editor Przemysław Chruścielewski, producer Magdalena Kamińska, director and screenwriter Łukasz Grzegorzek, and actor and originator of the “Masterclass” project – Mateusz Damięcki. After the lecture part, the participants carried out workshop exercises. 24 movies were sent. The jury composed of Arkadiusz Tomiak, Michał Oleszczyk, Magdalena Kamińska, Łukasz Grzegorzek and Mateusz Damięcki awarded the best project in terms of workshop and artistic finances. Julia Klimek’s “City during a pandemic” won. The PLN 1,000 prize was funded by the Capital City of Warsaw. The jury also awarded four honorable mentions. They were received by: Julia Kałużna for the film “I am”, Filip Leszkowicz for “Pandemic”, Beata Witkowska for “20 m²” and Alicja Rybarska – “City during a pandemic”.
Partner: XXVII Liceum Ogólnokształcącego im. Tadeusza Czackiego
The “MASTERCLASS – School of Filming (6th edition)” is co-financed by the Capital City of Warsaw.
The project is under the patronage of the FILMOTEKA SZKOLNA program realized by Filmoteka Narodowa – Instytut Audiowizualny.