"Just like Heaven" is a poetic tale about a young couple who are looking for their natural place on Earth. It's also a story about Europe and Poland, with its eternal exodus from East to West while many Western people, like the Dutch in this film, for the very same reason, are heading the other way round. Filip Marczewski, an Oscar nominated director for his former short student film and cinematographer Szymon Lenkowski, have spent several months with their heroes.
Far, far away, in a small town beyond distant mountains and an enormous forest, Warkocz is trapped. Only Great Love can release him. While waiting patiently for It to come, Warkocz is combing his long beard which houses all his powers...
Where The Sun Doesn’t Rush
This study, full of black humour, was made by a Łódź Film School student and presents a documentary portrait of a Slovak village – a dying world revived largely by funerals.
35 year-old Tomek is just out of jail after 7 years. The day he is scheduled to leave, he takes a fellow inmate, Agnieszka, as his wife. He leaves, but she has to stay. Tomek tries to begin his free life again, while staying in touch with his wife.
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.
Written in Ink
Written in Ink is the story of a man trying to get back in touch with his sister after they haven't been talking for 14 years. But can one change what has already been written in ink?
Traveling among people and objects, we discover a world usually considered ugly and unattractive. This dream-like journey is not a dream. Who are the people living in this „big aquarium”? And what is our position towards them?
What would happen if Don Quixote and Dulcinea had children? A story about an artist, the master of white line and its life.
Sparked by the sudden death of his mother, the author of this film vents a personal crisis he went through. It portraits his girlfriend's effort to rebuild and reinvent the bond of love in the time of his despair. The film consists of scenes from very personal places, shot without crew with a mini DV cam and 8mm, fully and truly made at home.