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How "The Big Leap" came to be

The Big Leap - ph. Robert PałkaWe encourage you to watch the official teaser of „The Big Leap”. The entire film was made at the ATM Studio in Warsaw using green box technology. The actors and components of the setting are real, while the entire surrounding space was created later on, using CGI technology by the ATM FX company – one of the co-producers of this project (Read more: ATM FX).


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Polish-Swedish "The Big Leap" has wrapped in Warsaw

The big Leap, ph. Robert Pałka/Fotos Art The shooting of „The Big Leap”, a Polish-Swedish co-production by Kristoffer Rus, has wrapped last week in Warsaw. The film starring Tilly Scott Pedersen („Dark Horse”, dir. Dagur Kári), Gustaf Skarsgård („The way back”, dir. Peter Weir) and Arkadiusz Jakubik („The wedding”, dir. Wojtek Smarzowski) is a black comedy about moral dilemmas in the time of global financial crisis. The short film, shot entirely using green box technology, is a milestone in Polish CGI production.

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Polish-Swedish "The Big Leap" starts shooting in Warsaw

The Big Leap, ph. Robert Pałka/Fotos ArtThe shooting of „The Big Leap”, a Polish-Swedish co-production by Kristoffer Rus, will start on the 15th of April 2012 in the newly-opened ATM Studio in Warsaw. The film starring Tilly Scott Pedersen („Dark Horse”, dir. Dagur Kári), Gustaf Skarsgård („The way back”, dir. Peter Weir) and Arkadiusz Jakubik („The wedding”, dir. Wojtek Smarzowski) is a black comedy about moral dilemmas in the time of global financial crisis. The short film, shot entirely using green box technology, is a milestone in Polish CGI production.

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"All that I love" with three awards from the Polish Film Academy!

All that I loveOn Monday, the 7th of March 2011, the ceremony of Polish Film Awards Orły (Eagles) took place at Teatr Polski in Warsaw. The award for the best screenplay went to Jacek Borcuch. The director of "All that I love" received also the audience award.  For his role in "All that I love" Mateusz Kościukiewicz was awarded in the "Discovery of the Year" category.

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"All that I love" in Los Angeles

All that I loveIn order to mark the 30th anniversary celebration of the Polish "Solidarity" movement an exceptional meeting took place on 15th December 2010 at the Museum of Tolerance (A Simon Wiesenthal Centre) in Los Angeles. It was part of the promotional campaign for the film ALL THAT I LOVE by Jacek Borcuch, the Polish candidate for an Oscar nomination in the Best Foreign Film category. Former President Lech Walesa was the guest of honour of the event, co-organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Film Institute.

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"All that I love” is the Polish Oscar candidate!

All that I love07.09.2010 The Oscar Commission appointed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski decided that the Polish candidate for an Oscar award in the category of Best non-English film will be „Everything I Love” directed by Jacek Borcuch.

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"All that I love" selected as Poland's Oscar entry!

All that I love"All that I love", a film by Jacek Borcuch, has been selected as Poland's candidate for 2011 Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

"Kilimanjaro" with a grant from MEDIA Programme 2007

Kilimanjaro"Kilimanjaro", our feature film project submitted under the Call for Proposals in MEDIA Programme, has been selected to receive a development grant in the amount of 40.000 EUR. It will be directed by Kinga Lewińska.