A Screening at The Tatry Cinema
Darek Ambroszczyk is the only person working at a small declining cinema in Łódź. He spends hours in the ticket office of the empty Tatry cinema indulging in grumbling and manifesting his dislike for the world and accidental clients. Is it possible that every day routine may have completely drained his passion? Professional burnout is exposed by Darek’s discouragement and apathy. Darek lives a life of a local freak spending time in his cluttered flat with two unruly dogs.
Born in Warsaw in 1978
Education: 1998-2003 – History and Political Science, University of Toronto 2000-2001 – Photography Workshops, Ryerson
University Toronto 2004-2005 – Photography Workshops, ZPAF Warszawa 2005-2009 – Film Directing, PWSFTviT Lodz
Filmography • 2005 – SEZON LOWIECKI, dir. Magnus Arneson, assistant director • 2006 – TYLU NAS BYLO (There Were So Many of Us), directing, documentary • 2007 – JULIA, directing, short fiction • 2008 – TERRORIZM, directing, television theatre • 2009 – PRZEZ SZYBE (Through Glass), directing, short fiction • 2009 – SEANS W KINIE TATRY (Picture Show at the Tatry Cinema), directing, documentary • 2009 – NIECHEC (Unwillingness), directing, short fiction ANNA