Scriptwriter: Jacek Bławut
Producer: Bartek Gliński
Production Company: Impakt Film
Everyone is amazed by the young Fryderyk’s musical genius, but he lacks the inspiration that would make his music more profound and emotional. A summer trip to Szafarnia brings the young lad new experiences. He makes new acquaintances, including a mysterious girl by the name of Niwa. Together they discover the existence of a world of ancient Slavic Creatures –iń as dangerous as they are fascinating. The boy falls in love with their music and repeatedly succumbs to its magic. Yet playing with the ancient magic causes nothing but trouble for Freddie
A graduate of The Wajda School and The Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. Director, scriptwriter and cinematographer for feature films and documentaries. Winner of the Krzysztof Kieślowski Award for the Best Central European Script for The Day of Chocolate (2010) and of the Best Documentary Prize at Cracow Film Festival (2012). Also awarded with a Special Mention at the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE (2016), Teachers’ Award at International Young Audience Film Festival ALE KINO in Poznań (2018) and INIS Prize at Montréal International Children’s Film Festival (2019). A member of the Polish Film Academy.
Bartek Glinski studied at Ludwik Maximilians University of Munich and University of Warsaw. He recently produced a war drama Last Mission dir. by Jacek Bławut and a Russian – Polish – UK co-production Parquet starring Agata Kulesza and Andrzej Chyra.