It must be acknowledged that the festival jury is composed of: Jerzy Domaradzki, Cezary Harasimowicz, Ewa Dałkowska, Milenia Fiedler, Agata Szymańska, Dorota Kędzierzawska, Grzegorz Kędzierski, Teoniki Rożynek and Wojciech easy Zogala mission. There’s no shortage of strong movie vibes for Gdynia, but we already know who took the audience award. The figurine went to Daniel Jaruzek for the movie “Johnny”.
“Johnny” Audience Award What is the movie talking about?
“Johnny” It is a story based on real events that touches and inspires. Patrick Galewski narrated from the perspective of the charge of priest Jan Kaczkowski – a boy who did not have an easy start in life.
Patrick broke into a small town house. A court ruling ordered him to work at Buck’s hospice, where he meets the extraordinary father. Jan Kachkowski. The clergyman enlists the young boys from the vocational school, who seem to be powerful rebels, to help the sick. His work focuses on closeness, tenderness, and the struggle for relationships with others. teaches empathy. And he does so with a great deal of humor that is gaining immense popularity. Soon, Jean himself faces the challenge of fighting the disease. Patrick is put in a situation that will change his whole life.
Film festival in Gdynia
However, this is not the end of the great gains during The 47th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. Beata Dzianowicz for “Strzępy” wins Best Debut Direction. On the other hand, Marta Stalmerska was hailed as Best Debut Acting. The artist appeared in two productions: “Johnny” and “Apokawixa”.
On Friday, September 16, awards for short filmmakers and non-canon awards were given out for this year’s edition of the event. As for the 30 films competing for the best short film, directed by Lucjan Bokiniec. The jury made up of Ewa Puszczyńska, Maria Dębska and Beata Walentynowska decided that the best films eligible for the competition were “Victoria” directed by Carolina Burcari.
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