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ABOUT THE FILM

A documentary by Tomasz Wolski focuses on a slow, fragmentary observation of a small part of reality. Its centre is in a market square of a small town somewhere in the south of Poland. That’s where three springs of water have their origins, only several metres away from one another. A camera records reactions of passers-by and attentively watches their behaviour. Interestingly, in the majority of cases, the behaviour is totally different for each of the springs.

GENRE: documentary
COUNTRY: Poland
RUNNING TIME: 9'
YEAR: 2010
DIRECTING: Tomasz Wolski
SCRIPT: Tomasz Wolski
DOP: Tomasz Wolski, Patryk Jordanowicz
EDITOR: Tomasz Wolski
PRODUCTION: Anna Gawlita/ KIJORA

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directed by: Tomasz Wolski
written by: Tomasz Wolski, Bartosz Mleczko
dop: Patryk Jordanowicz, Tomasz Wolski
sound on set: Tomasz Wolski
set design: Grzegorz Rozwadowski
edited by: Tomasz Wolski
production manager: Anna Gawlita
production manager assistant: Dominika Borkowska
Producer: Anna Gawlita, Tomasz Wolski
Production: Kijora

AUTHORS

Tomasz Wolski – scriptwriter and documentary film director born in 1977. A graduate of the Jagiellonian University (Journalism) and the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing, he has worked as a director’s assistant to Jacek Bławut on Born Dead (2004). His documentary films include Silence, The Clinic, Goldfish, The Actors and The Lucky Ones. He has won a number of festival awards in Neubrandenburg, Pamplona, Wrocław and Kraków, among others.

FESTIVALS AND AWARDS

PLUS CAMERIMAGE 2010 – International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography, Poland, 2010 (screening)
London International Documentary Festival (LIDF), UK, 2011 (screening)
Ljubljana Independent Documentary Film Festival Dokubazaar, Slovenia, 2011(screening)
DMZ Docs 2012, South Korea, 2012 (competition)
International Film Festival Era New Horizons 2010, Poland, 2010 (competition)
DOX BOX, Syria, 2011 (competition)

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