The year is 1410, and one of the biggest battles to take place in medieval Europe is approaching. The tension between the Kingdom of Poland and the Teutonic Order reaches its zenith. A knight and his squire respond to the appeal of King Władysław Jagiełło and head out across the Polish countryside to fight on the fields of Grunwald. Humor is interwoven with history, social commentary and a story about ... Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
Krakowski Festiwal Filmowy 2018 - Special Mention; Lato z Muzami Nowogard 2018 - Grand Prix; Węgiel Film Festival Katowice 2019 – Audience Award
Damian Kocur is a translator and is studying film and television production and photography in the Faculty of Radio and Television at the University of Silesia. He studied German at Jagiellonian University. His award-winning films have been presented at numerous festivals around the world, including AFI DOCS and Camerimage, as well as at festivals in Gdynia, Belgrade and Cambridge. He has made a number of short feature films and documentaries.
2015 To, czego chcę (short)
2016 Powrót (short)
2017 Nic nowego pod słońcem (short)
2018 1410 (short)
2019 Moje serce (short)