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Director
Dorota Kędzierzawska

Filmography
1980 Agnieszka (short doc)
1982 Jajko/The Egg (short)
1983 Poczatek/Beginning (short doc)
1985 Gucia (short)
1988 Koniec świata/The End of the World
1991 Diabły, Diabły/Devils, Devils
1994 Wrony/Crows
1998 Nic/Nothing
2005 Jestem/I Am
2007 Pora umierać/Time to Die
2010 Jutro będzie lepiej/Tomorrow Will Be Better

Biography
She was born in 1957 in the Polish town of Lodz. Her first university degree was in Cultural Studies from the University of Lodz; subsequently, she studied Film at the Moscow Film Institute and then attended the Lodz Film School from 1981 to 1985, where she also directed her first films. She made four shorts before her first feature, both fiction and documentaries; she has garnered praise from critics and awards from festivals all over the world.

Special Screenings

Tomorrow Will Be Better / Dorota Kędzierzawska

Three ragged, homeless boys escape Ukraine and hit the road to Poland. Six-year-old Petya, 10-year-old Vasya, and 11-year-old Lyapa are typical little boys, spending almost every moment of their escape full of carefree fun in landscapes that change along with their moods. Constantly surrounded by everyday threats, they jump trains, hitch rides, or walk through forests living on what they can steal or whatever strangers offer them. They are wise enough to know about border fences but too young and inexperienced to know the word “asylum.” Arriving in Poland, they have only some vague notion of turning themselves into the police. Τhrough the eyes of children and their belief that a better place lies just beyond the horizon, Tomorrow Will Be Better tells the story of three little heroes surviving in these wicked times.


Director:Dorota Kędzierzawska
Script:Dorota Kędzierzawska
Cinematography:Arthur Reinhart
Editing:Dorota Kędzierzawska, Arthur Reinhart
Sound:Michal Pajdiak, Honza Martinek
Music:“Sem sorok” & “Zhuravli” - Arkady Severny
Costumes:Katarzyna Morawska
With:Oleg Ryba (Petya), Evgeny Ryba (Vasya), Akhmed Sardalov (Lyapa), Stanisław Soyka (policeman), Zygmunt Gorodowienko (old man), Aleksandra Billewicz (bride), Kinga Walenkiewicz (Dollface), Stanisław Zawadzki (driver), Antoni Łanczkowski (border patrol guard), Angelika Kozie (girl with bread)
World Sales:Kid Film, Poland Arthur Reinhart T. +48 22 615 7223 www.kidfilm.pl mail@kidfilm.pl, arthur@kidfilm.pl
Production Design:Arthur Reinhart
Producer:Arthur Reinhart
Production:Kid Film, Poland mail@kidfilm.pl
Production Country:Poland-Japan
Co-production:Pioniwa Film (Japan), Non Stop Film Service (Poland), Film Ilumination (Poland)
Format:35mm Color
Duration:118'
Production Year:2010
Screening Schedule
PAVLOS ZANNAS:Saturday, November 05, 2011 - 17:00 | ID:124
OLYMPION:Sunday, November 13, 2011 - 15:45 | ID:913
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