Dawn. People on a street. A walking man. Fragments of a city.
|director:||Anna Piaścik- Farat|
|screenplay:||Anna Piaścik- Farat|
Travesty of the Film School and student life. A satire of young film stars and their careers.
Animals and people's fear of free space and light. Allegory of constraint.
A story about a prisoner, tortured by his surrounding: bats, cockroaches, spiders, flies, and worms.
Satirical film. The film's creator mocks cinema audience, who admires a bloody melodrama with a marital triangle and revolver and protests, when artists follow an order by a commission or critics to deprive the spectators of their opportunity to weep.
|director:||David Williamson, Feridun Erol, Antoni Krauze|
|screenplay:||David Williamson, Feridun Erol, Antoni Krauze|
Anti-militarist grotesque based on the simplest geometric elements: circles, triangles, etc.
An animated film about a boy named Gapiszonek and his bizarre adventures.
|director:||Andrzej Remlau, Adam Holender|
|screenplay:||Andrzej Remlau, Adam Holender|
A film improvisation about Picasso's painting Three musicians.
Puppet film. Inspired by the cruelty seen on TV films, kids invent their own crimes.
|director:||Józef Robakowski, Tadeusz Junak, Ryszard W. Meissner|
|screenplay:||Józef Robakowski, Tadeusz Junak, Ryszard W. Meissner|
Record of the functioning of a market, gradually filled with people.
|director:||Zbigniew Rybczyński, Hieronim Neumann|
The film's main character is a monster, constantly moving forward and trampling everything in its way.
Animated visual games - billiard balls, matches, cups dancing to jazz music.
An animated film satire of the customs of elderly gentlemen.
A drawn figure cannot escape from the paper's surface. Allegory of human existence.
The film is an animated impression about Paul Klee's painting Twittering Machine.
Experimental film created at the Film Form Workshop.