Two Gdynia Film School’s Films To Be Shown in Busan

Luiza Budejko’s “Resurrection” and Hanna Kilinska’s “Don’t Talk To Me Like That” will be soon presented in the program of the 6th Busan Inter-City Film Festival to take place between September 2-4, 2022. Both the films are diploma productions, made at the Gdynia Film School.

“Resurrection“ presents a story of a 10-year-old Magda, who loses younger brother, Marcel. Her parents cope with the loss in different ways, but the girl finds another solution – she decides to revive Marcel.

The film’s director Luiza Budejko is a graduate of the Gdynia Film School, as well as the Film Pre-School at the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Directing and the Academy of Music (Instrumental Dept). For years she was active in the Theatre Group run by Halina and Jan Machulskis. She has been directing short theatre plays, as well as short and documentary films, and music videoclips.


“Don’t Talk To Me Like That” by Hanna Kilinska is a story of Tina and Julek – a musically talented siblings. They are preparing for giving a concert that is supposed to change their lives, when Julek suddenly doesn’t come home for a night. Tina is forced to make the most difficult decision of her life.


Hanna Kilińska is a graduate of the Directing Dept. at the Gdynia Film School, and a director of many short films presented at the Polish amateur and student films festivals.


Busan Inter-City Film Festival is organized by the Busan Independent Film Association, and presents the films made in the city-members of the UNESCO Creative Cities’ Network  around the world.


More information:

  • Two Gdynia Film School Productions in Short Films Competition of the 47th Gdynia Film Festival

  • Two diploma films produced by the Gdynia Film School have been selected for the short film competition of the forthcoming Gdynia Film Festival: “Resurrection” by Luiza Budejko and “Don’t Talk To Me Like That” by Hanna Kilińska. There will be also two films directed by the School’s graduate – Grzegorz Mołda – shown in feature length films’ sections of the festival: “Splinter” in the Main Competition, and the debut film “The Hatcher” in the Microbudget Film Competition.

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