Gdynia Film School is a modern educational project, inspired by other film school curricula popular among film education systems in the U.S., Great Britain, Denmark and Norway.Contemporary film director must be a thoroughly educated professional and … a creator!
GSF curriculum includes, among other subjects:
- Directing a feature film
- Working with an actor
- Directing a documentary film
- The art of cinematography
- Film editing of a feature film and a documentary film
- Sound and music in a film
- History and aesthetics of a feature film and a documentary film.
Classes and practical activities, lectures, seminars, artistic care and individual consultations are carried out by experienced lecturers, distinguished filmmakers, including: Mirosław Bork, Sławomir Fabicki, Andrzej Fidyk, Milenia Fiedler, Robert Gliński, Paweł Huelle, Andrzej Jaroszewicz, Krzysztof Kornacki, Grzegorz Łoszewski, Filip Marczewski, Kamil Przełęcki, Mirosław Przylipiak, Sławomir Pultyn, Irena Siedlar, Leszek Starzyński.
Gdynia Film School is a non-commercial educational project. Students do not pay any fee.
The main patron of the school is the city of Gdynia and PKO Polish Bank.
The organizer of GFS is Pomeranian Film Foundation in Gdynia, the executor of Polish Film Festival and Pomeranian Film Workshops.
The priority of Gdynia Film School is to maintain the highest, world-class level of education.