The final gala of the 16th National Film Meetings KAMERALNE LATO and the accompanying FREEDOM Film Festival took place on July 8, 2023. The winners of the three competitions were announced.
TOGETHER is a film education project carried out with foreign partners. This year it included partner organizations from France, Germany and Italy. European concious youth was participating in the project. As a result they made short social advertisements under the supervision of experienced filmmakers.
We are presenting a full list of the titles that have qualified to National Short Film Competition
organized as a part of FREEDOM Film Festival.
This year, the films taking part in the National Short Film Competition will be judged by Michał Oleszczyk, Małgorzata Zajączkowska, Anna Mucha and Marek Świszcz.
Krzysztof Zanussi, Lena Góra and Agnieszka Glińska – this is the line-up of Jury that will judge the
productions qualified to the International Short Film Competition.
15 titles from all over the world will compete for the Platynowy Łucznik in the International Short Film Competition.
KAROLINA ADAMCZYK LEAVES THE POSITION OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL DIRECTOR OF THE KAMERALNE LATO. HER PLACE WILL BE TAKEN BY BARTOSZ BEDNARCZYK
After 5 intense years Karolina Adamczyk said goodbye to the role of director of our festival. Valuable experience behind me, new challenges ahead of me – she wrote in a post on Facebook, informing about her resignation.
As every year, in July we return to Radom with KAMERALNE LATO. From now on, you can submit your films to the competition section called FREEDOM Film Festival that will be accompanying the event.
Every year in July, Radom transforms into the Masovian capital of cinema. We have been organizing the Polish National Filmmeetings KAMERALNE LATO continously here since 2008. We are glad to announce the date of this year’s edition.
During the international film workshop “TOGETHER -ToGetThere” supported by the European Union, young people from Poland, Ukraine, France and Italy created film commercials devoted to important social issues.