Tomasz Sikorski is a little-known composer whose life was seriously marked by communism in Poland. The lack of freedom and ability to discover himself, lack of understanding for his work by an artistic milieu that rejected the extreme simplicity of his music left an indelible mark on his personality. We follow the fate of a musician whose amazing talent and extreme sensitivity went hand-in-hand with equally great loneliness.
Krakow FF 2012 – Silver Hobby-Horse for the Director of the Best Documentary Film; Camerimage IFF 2012 – Special Mention; Off Cinema IFF 2012 – Distinction
Born in 1978. Film director and screenwriter, graduate of the documentary course at the Wajda School and the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Department of Ceramics and Glass. Co-author of the scenarios of feature films: Not Evening Yet, Butterfly Dream, Day of Chocolate, Hotel Horrible. Cinematographer for many documentaries.
2006 Cisza (doc., short)
2011 Jezioro / The Lake (short)
2012 Samotność dźwięku / The Loneliness of Sound (doc., short)