Wandering Cinema Ale Kino! Youth Spectator’s Film Festival in Pacanów has come to an end, leaving the unforgettable memories in us. We have been enchanted by the films destined for all age groups, the films with non trivial stories, which moved and make the spectators more aware of the universal values.
ABOUT WANDERING CINEMA ALE KINO! YOUTH SPECTATOR’S FILM FESTIVAL
Wandering Cinema Ale Kino! Youth Spectator’s Film Festival in Pacanów has come to an end, leaving unforgettable memories in us. We have been enchanted by the films destined for all age groups, the films with non trivial stories, which moved and make the spectators more aware of the universal values. The bill of fare of the Festival, next to the competing films, consisted of such propositions as “KRÓL MACIUŚ I” [Maciuś I The King] from 1958 directed by Wanda Jakubowska and “KORCZAK” from 1990 directed by Andrzej Wanda.
The youth jury consisted of: Karolina Kipigroch, Anna Wójtowicz, Alicja Kaczor, Arletta Czerwińska and Remigiusz Biegasz. After watching the three competing films:
1. PO CICHUTKU [QUIETLY] Belgium, France 2011, dir. Olivier Ringer,
2. LEKCJE MARZEŃ [THE LESSON OF A DREAM] Germany 2011, dir. Sebastian Grobler,
3. NOCTURNA France, Spain 2007, dir. A. Garcia, V. Moldanado,
The Jury reached the verdict that the best film of the Wandering Ale Kino! Festival was an animated production „NOCTURNA”. The values of this film are great script, breathtaking animation and interesting characters. It should be mentioned that according to the jury, the humour aspect was noticeable, too. It turns a film, which at first seems a bit boring, into an interesting and valuable story. The verdict was announced at The Festival Closing Gala. At the Gala, music group “Debiut” and a duet of Karolina Gil (singing) and Mariusz Maligi (a piano, artistic supervision) performed.
Moreover, the audience could rate the film that they had seen. You need to wait for the results, though, as they will be counted together with the ratings from other towns. The Wandering Ale Kino! Festival is still on and takes place subsequently in Krasnystaw, Czarnkow, Trzcianka and Białogard (for details see: www.wedrujace-alekino.com).
The results of the plebiscite will be presented at the 30th Youth Spectator Ale Kino! Film Festival, which is organised by Children Art Centre on 2nd-9th December in Poznan. (see. www.alekino.com). A winner of the best film review from the Festival in Pacanów competition may see this event live. Send the works, together with your name and phone number to European Tale Centre in Pacanów, write “recenzja filmowa [a film review] on the envelope. The deadline will be soon announced. The results will be announced on our web page www.stolica-bajek.pl, and the winner will be informed in person. The trip to Poznan is free and the winner will go there with their carer, a parent.
I would like to thank once again the organisers of the festival from Poznan for the provessional setting and the festival itself, these are Radosław i Mateusz Tomasik. Thanks to the teachers and the carers here on spot, thanks to you the spectators were in large numbers. Thanks to Ms Wiesława Ptak for her help in calling the jury, thanks to the jury for their engagement in the sessions, to Karolina Stachura for the organisational support, to Mariusz Malig for the artistic setting, to Matołek the Billy-Goat for his presence and last but not least to all the spectators for a lovely atmosphere.
See you next year, next festival!
Sylwester Wasielewski – the Festival co-ordinator
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