The film tells the story of people who inhabit one of the most severe and inaccessible spots on Earth, Chukchi Peninsula. The land is located on the northeastern edge of Eurasia, on the Bering and Chukchi Seas, separated by a narrow strait from Alaska, and for thousands of years has been inhabited by humans and whales. Nowadays, Chukotka is inhabited by a mix of Russians, the Chukchi, and Eskimos. The film shows how different people are united by the ancient tradition of hunting for whales.
Director: Aleksandra Brożyna Producer: Studio Munka, FDR Studio, Polish Filmmakers Association The film follows the struggles of the central character as she tries to find an answer to the question which is preying on her; what brings happiness? Over the course of no more than a day, with time slipping through her fingers, her determination takes her to the most diverse places imaginable. Will her expedition end in success?
Client: Best Film Director: Tadeusz Król Co-production & sound: FDR Studio Poland 2009 January 1989 in Poland – transformation period. Captain Andrzej (Robert Więckiewicz) and captain Siejka (Krzysztof Stroiński) are planning an international caper – to overtake confidential documents and big money. Andrzej is working in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he hires a prostitute called Anna to work for him. Both feign that they feel something for each other, they manipulate each other and their own feelings. Finally, though, the situation gets out of hand…
Director: Paweł Pitera Production: Arkana Studio Co-production, post-production: FDR Studio Poland, Lithuania, Germany 2017 A documentary about the history of Teutonic Order and Commonwealth of Poland and Lithuania. The film shows as well the history of The Battle of Grunwald and Prussian Homage.