Czech Swan tells the story of a group of women who are capable of doing anything for their passion in life. They all live in a small Czech town called Horni Lhota (near Ostrava). Their daily life mainly consists of housework and taking care of their grandchildren. This is nothing out of the ordinary. When they spend time together dancing, then they feel like they are alive, and this allows each of them to fulfill their dreams.
Has written and directed numerous short films and commercials. Studied Psychology at the University of Wrocław and Film Direction at the Department of Radio and Television in Katowice. Her most recent short films, America and All Soul’s Day, were award winners at the Cottbus Film Festival in 2012 (top prize), the 13th Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles (Bridging the Borders Award), and at Camerimage in 2012 (Special Award from the Polish Film Institute and the Mastershot Award), among others.
2011 Święto zmarłych (short)
2013 Leszczu (short)
2015 Ameryka / America (short)
2015 Czeski łabędź / Czech Swan (doc., short)