Film critic, journalist and lecturer.
Adam Mickiewicz graduated in Poznan University (2008), studied also at Jagiellonian University in Krakow (2004-2005) and Universita della Calabria in Cosenza (2007). Lecturer and workshop leader at University of Lower Silesia, Film Academy, Academy of Polish Film, and others.
Author of articles and interviews published in Polish (‘Kino’, ‘Film’, ‘Ekrany’, ‘Kwartalnik Filmowy’, ‘Dwutygodnik’, ‘Filmweb’) and international press (‘Images’, ‘Iskusstvo Kino’, ‘Schegge’), reporter from film festivals (Venice, Berlin, San Sebestian). Co-author of several books on film, art and culture, winner of Krzysztof Metrak Award for best young Polish film critic (2012).
Employee of Associazione Universitaria Koiné on Bologna University (2012-2013) and Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe (2008-2010). Editor of ‘Flaneur Kulturalny’ show for National Audiovisual Institute (2011-2012). Coordinator of Polish Cinema for Beginners project (since 2012), awarded as Best Film Education Project 2016 by Polish Film Institute. Member of FIPRESCI, Dante Alighieri Association, and Wroclaw Film Foundation.
journalist, film producer, member of film production company Centrala. As a student he worked for TVP 3 Wroclaw and RBB TV in Berlin and wrote for Machina Magazine and German newspaper Schwaebisches Tagblatt. He is a co-author of a book about the work of Louis Bunuel. After graduating from Spanish Philology in the University of Wroclaw, he begun working as a film producer and has worked on productions of both documentaries and feature films. He is a graduate from Andrzej Wajda’s Masters School with a major in creative production, and a winner of MFG Film Foerderung Baden Wuertemberg scholarship. He attended Ludwigsburg-Paris Atelier and graduated from La Femis in France and NFTS in London with specialisation in film production.
film journalist, cultural events organizer, film event organizer. Permanent collaborator at Stopklatka for 3 years; he was also published in Aktivista, Rita Baum, Dwutygodnik, Portalfilmowy.pl. From 2009-2010 he was the editor-in-chief of the cultural web portal G-punkt.pl and was active in the mobile (phone) documentary movement “Cities in Comas”, where he prepared material for the European Congress of Culture. From 2011- 2013 he was the president of the Visionica Foundation.
He is one of the organizers of the Academy of Documentary Films’ “MovieWro”; the co-author of the projects “Polish Cinema for Beginners” and “MIASTOmovie”; from 2011, the artistic director of the Documentary Film Festival “Okiem Młodych” (Through Young Eyes); the organizer of “Bitwa Filmowa” (Film Battle)–encounters with independent film; the co-organizer of the Scena Filmowa festival “Podwodny Wrocław”(Underwater Wrocław); one of the originators of the “Szczyt Kultury” award for cultural events organizers in Wroclaw and Lower Silesia; the organizer of the I and II Young Film-Makers Review in the Pasaż Grunwaldzki (2011-2012); he collaborates with the Lower Silesian Architecture Festival and is the debate coordinator during the PLANETE+ DOC Wrocław festival. Lech is the co-author of the book “Stanisław Lenartowicz – A Creator Apart” and he is also a speaker at the Multikino Film Academy and Nowe Horyzonty Film Education.
music and culture journalist. From 2012- 2013 he was the editor-in-chief of the cultural service G-punkt.pl; before that, he was the music director of Wrocław’s Radio LUZ. He collaborates with “ArtBusiness” and “Piana Magazine”, among others, and is also the co-creator of the pop culture blog Popvictims.pl. A speaker and moderator of debates, meetings with artists and press conferences revolving around music and film (the T-Mobile Nowe Horyzonty Festival, Eklektik Session, Academy of Documentary Films’ “MovieWro”, Podwodny Wrocław (Underwater Wrocław), Wrocław Sound, and Wrocław Guitar Festival, among others). Press officer for cultural institutions and events (CRZ Krzywy Komin, DOK . Incubator 2013). Organizer and chairman of the chapter that awards the “Szczyt Kultury”, an award for cultural events organizers in Wroclaw and Lower Silesia. Kuba is the author of “The Seventh Continent” program, which is under the honorary patronage of the Australian and New Zealand embassies.
graduate of the Institute of Cultural Studies at the University of Wroclaw with a specialization in Communications and Media (bachelor’s degree) and with a specialization in Culture and Regional Image (master’s degree). Currently, she is studying Image Communications in the Institute of Journalism and Social Communication. Since 2009, she has collaborated with the Visionica Foundation, since 2012 – Wroclaw Film Foundation on several projects (among others, the Documentary Film Festival “OkiemMłodych”(Through Young Eyes) in Świdnica, the Academy of Documentary Films’ “MovieWro”, and “Polish Cinema for Beginners” or MIASTOmovie:wro), where she was responsible for advertising and creating a campaign via social media. She also worked for the web portal tuWroclaw.com.