Special Guests—Fall 2021
Kinga Dębska graduated in Film Direction from FAMU in Prague and in Japanese Studies of the University of Warsaw before that. She made over a dozen awarded documentaries. She won Best Screenplay for her feature debut, The Rebound, at the 2010 Koszalin Debut Film Festival Young and Film. Her second feature film, These Daughters of Mine, was an artistic and box office success and won many awards in Poland and around the world. Her two latest films are Plan B and Playing Hard, the latter awarded with awards such as the Audience Award at the 2019 Mastercard Off Camera International Festival of Independent Cinema in Krakow. She is also the author of books These Daughters of Mine and Talk to Me.
She was our guest at the 2015 Polish Film Festival, when we screened These Daughters of Mine.
Zbigniew Domagalski is one of the most experienced producers of feature and documentary films, co-owner and president of Studio Filmowe Kalejdoskop. He lectures at the National School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź. Since 2021 he is director of Warsaw Documentary Film Studio.
Studio Filmowe Kalejdoskop was established in January 1989, as one of the first independent film production companies in Poland. Its most recent productions include These Daughters of Mine, The Actress, Call Me Marianna, and Back Then.
Zbigniew Domagalski was our guest at the 2015 Polish Film Festival, when we screened These Daughters of Mine.