One of ten young filmmakers worth watching invited to participate in the fourth edition of the Future Frames programme is Jakub Radej from Poland.
Jakub Radej studied at Krzysztof Kieślowski Faculty of Radio and Television University of Silesia He was also a participant of the documentary program DOK.Pro at Wajda School. He is a director and scriptwriter of short feature and documentary films and music videos. His short documentary film Proch (Dust) won over 15 awards worldwide, including Best Documentary Film Award in LAB Competition at 40th Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival.
A day in the life of a man who, after a 3-year-long economical migration in the USA, comes back to his hometown to set up a business – the deal of his life. Marcin has got the know-how and dollars for the beginning, but will he manage to repair his relationship with Krysia, his old flame?
Sweet Home Czyżewo is written and directed by Jakub Radej who is also a co-editor of the film. The film is lensed by Józefina Gocman. Cast: Adam Bobik, Angelika Kurowska.
The fourth edition of Future Frames will take place in July at the 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. This initiative of the festival and EFP is aimed at drawing attention of the film industry and film critics to young filmmakers. The selection of films were made by Karel Och, the Artistic Director of the Festival and Anna Purkrabkova, the Programme Coordinator. At the event, ten young directors will present their achievements, meet with the audience, and participate in a number of industry events.
53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival runs from June 29 through July 7, 2018.
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