PRINCE IN A PASTRY SHOP
POLISH TITLE: KSIĄŻĘ W CUKIERNI
"Prince in a Pastry Shop" is a seemingly humorous story about happiness. Because "with happiness there are only troubles," says the Not-So-Little Prince, and he multiplies the examples of these troubles. His interlocutor is Prickly Pear, the embodiment of carefree, light-heartedness, simple joy of life, but at the same time a lively, intelligent mind that can make the Prince take a back step in his conversation. This philosophical parable about a couple eating cakes in a cafe touches upon fundamental issues that are close to everyone - the elusiveness of happiness, the fact that we are not always able to perceive it, let alone experience it as fully as possible.
- RUNNING TIME:
- Katarzyna Agopsowicz
- Katarzyna Agopsowicz, Marek Bieńczyk
- Przemysław Świda
- Marcin Wasilewski
- SOUND MIND STUDIO, Jan Rey, Michał Fojcik M.P.S.E., Wojciech Iskierka
- Andrzej Czaderna, Helena Oczko, Krystyna Blachura, Małgorzata Mianowska, Katarzyna Agopsowicz, Janusz Tycner, Roman Frajczyk, Lesław Budzelewski, Aleksander Sobek, Agnieszka Czachór, Przemysław Świda
- PARIS+HENDZEL CO. ŁUKASZ HENDZEL, KRAKOWSKIE BIURO FESTIWALOWE
The scriptwriter and the director of animated films. A graduate of the Faculty of Graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. In 2005, she graduated Animated Film Studies where she worked under the supervision of Professor Jerzy Kucia. For her diploma film "Tomorrow", she received, among others, the main prize at the Koszalin Festival of Film Debuts "Young and Film". She has collaborated with many filmmakers in the production of films, including as director's assistant and animator on the film "Fugue for Cello, Trumpet and Landscape" by Jerzy Kucia. Scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the President of the City of Krakow and the Polish Filmmakers Association. Member of the Polish Filmmakers Association and the International Association of Animated Film Makers ASIFA.