MONUMENT in Wrocław!
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The film „Monument”, an acting students’ diploma film, directed by Jagoda Szelc will screen in Polish Days program of the 2018 New Horizons Festival.

Polish Days, the most important industry event at the New Horizons International Film Festival (July 26 - August 5, 2018) organized jointly with the Polish Film Institute, will be held July 30 - August 1, 2018. At special closed screenings, it offers members of the international film industry opportunities to view the latest Polish projects at various stages of their production. This year, the program of Polish Days includes 5 completed films (among them Monument), 9 projects as “Works in Progress” and 11 presentations of projects in development.

MONUMENT is an acting students’ diploma film. Screenplay and direction – Jagoda Szelc. Artistic supervision - Mariusz Grzegorzek. Film cast: Zuzanna Pawlak, Anna Biernacik, Paulina Lasota, Karolina Bruchnicka, Anna Bolewska, Weronika Asińska, Anna Bieżyńska, Paulina Walendziak, Magdalena Wieczorek, Marta Wiśniewska, Oskar Borkowski, Mateusz Czwartosz, Jakub Gola, Adam Gradowski, Dawid Ptak, Patryk Kabała, Adrian Brząkała, Jakub Matwiejczyk, Mateusz Więcławek, Jakub Zając, Dorota Łukasiewicz-Kwietniewska.

Photography: Przemysław Brynkiewicz. Editing: Anna Garncarczyk. Sound direction: Rafał Nowak. Art direction: Natalia Giza. Costumes: Maja Pawlikowska. Make-up: Paula Adryańczyk, Joanna Siwy. Production management: Witold Franczak Producer: Agata Golańska.

The film was screened for the first time at the opening of the 36th Drama Schools’ Festival in Lodz.

Jagoda Szelc about the film: https://www.filmschool.lodz.pl/news/1336,o-nbsp-monumencie-jagoda-szelc.html

They didn’t know each other as they were a bunch of students from various years.
They knew they had woken up on a cold bus early morning.
They knew the training was to be run at a hotel by an experienced coach.
They knew it would be a challenge but they didn’t know how big. They knew time was relative and space becomes an impossible figure.
Monument.