Leszek Kopeć

Director of the GFS. Graduate of Polish philology on the University of Gdańsk.Producer, entrepreneur and publisher. Director of Polish Film Festival and CEO of Pomeranian Film Foundation in Gdynia.

Robert Gliński

Programme Coordinator in GSF. Director, screenwriter, producer. Since 2002 he has been teaching at Directing Department of Film School in Łódź, since 1 September 2008 – Rector of the school. Lecturer and author of Gdynia Film School curriculum.

Jerzy Rados

Deputy Director of GFS. Director, screenwriter, photographer. Founder of the Family Album of Poles, author of short films ‘The Chronicles of Polish Film Festival’ and video clips. Originator and producer of the Pomeranian Film Workshops.

Marta Drankiewicz

GFS Office Menager. Graduate of Polish philology at the University of Gdańsk and Institut Parisien in Paris. Comprehensive organiser and coordinator of numerous educational, artistic and integration projects from different fields of art. The mistress of optimism.

Jacek Bławut

Cameraman and film director. Lecturer in film schools in Berlin, Hannover, Toruń, Łódź and Warsaw. Between 1992-1994 – co-publisher of the “Film in the World” magazine. Since 2003 – member of the European Film Academy. Between 2008-2011 – member of the Polish Film Institute Council. Since 2011 – deputy member of the General Board of the Polish Filmmakers Association.

Marcin Borchardt

Journalist, director and screenwriter. Author of short documentaries, advertisements and video clips. Director of television programmes. Expert and tireless promoter of thetwentieth-century avant-garde in music and film.

Mirosław Bork

Film director, scriptwriter and film producer. The producer of a several dozen of documentary films and film series introduced to Polish and German market and a several hundreds of TV episodes.

Sławomir Fabicki

Director, screenwriter. Member of the European Film Academy.Winner of many awards on Polish and international festivals. Nominated to Students’ Oscar for ‘A Man Thing’ in the category of foreign film in 2001.

Milenia Fiedler

Editor of such films as ‘Sweet Rush’,’ Katyn’,’ Weiser’,’ Lucky Shot’ and television series. She has edited many documentaries, animations and plays for Television Theatre. She has been working as an editor since 1991.

Paweł Huelle

Writer and author of a poetry volume.He worked as a journalist in the Press Information Office of ‘Solidarity’. University lecturer, editor, director of the Gdańsk’s Department of Polish Television , more recently – columnist.

Andrzej Jaroszewicz

Cinematographer. His works include the films ‘Quo Vadis’, ‘Na srebrnym globie’, ‘Młode wilki’. Many film shorts created with his assistance received awards for cinematography. Experienced educator in Łódź Film School.

Krzysztof Kornacki

Film historian. A graduate of history on the University of Gdańsk. Doctor and lecturer of film studies on the University of Gdańsk.

Grzegorz Łoszewski

Screenwriter. Author of scripts for film, theater and TV. Educated as a theologian, he also studied philosophy and history of art.In 1995 began a literary collaboration with TVP, Axon Studio, Studio A and with film teams: Perspektywa, Oko and Dom.

Paweł Łoziński

Director, writer and producer of documentary films. Graduate of Directing Department on Film School in Łódź. Winner of many awards on Polish and international festivals, including awards for his directing debut on Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.

Udayan Prasad

has been directing documentaries, television drama and feature films since graduating from the NFTS in 1983. His feature films include Brothers In Trouble, 1995, My Son The Fanatic 1997, and The Yellow Handkerchief, 2008. For television his numerous credits include 102 Boulevard Haussman, 1991 and Talking Heads 2: Playing Sandwiches by Alan Bennett along with They Never Slept 1989, Running Late 1992 and Femme Fatale 1992 by Simon Gray. He directed two episodes of The Tunnel 2013 for Sky Atlantic and two episodes, including the finale, of The Musketeers 2016 for BBC TV. Most recently he was lead director and executive producer on the first series of Selection Day 2018/19 for Netflix.

Mirosław Przylipiak

Film historian and theorist.Ph.D. on the University of Gdańsk. Professor of Pomeranian University in Słupsk. University lecturer of cinema and audiovisual culture. Author of books and scientific publications.

Sławomir Pultyn

Cinematographer, photographer, director. Author of documentary films and television programmes. Originator of the Family Album of Poles – collective, posed
photographs of citizens, ethnic groups and unions.

Kamil Przełęcki

Graduate of Radio and Television Department on the University of Silesia. Actively working in the industry since 1990. Producer of feature films [for cinema and television], tv series and many documentaries.

Irena Siedlar

Editor of documentary films, reportages, tv programs, tv shows and performances, short films, commercials. Studying: video and audio editing in the directing department of Film School in Łódź. At work uses her high visual sensitivity, narrative instinct and analytical skills.

Jan Majle

Copywriter, Creative Director

Kinga Dębska

Director and screenwriter. She graduated in Film Direction from FAMU in Prague and earlier in Japanese Studies from the University of Warsaw. She made several documentaries, including the Eagle-winning full-length ‘The Actress’ about Elżbieta Czyżewska.

  • 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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