Scriptwriters: Agnieszka Matan and Joanna Pawluśkiewicz
Producer: Jan Naszewski
Production company: New Europe Film Sales
The story of Wanda (9), who lives in a Slavic village next to a primeval forest. One day, the sun fails to appear in the sky. Maybe the gods are upset? Together with her mother and grandmother, Wanda embarks on an epic journey during which she will discover family secrets, and learn more about the world of nature, Slavic gods and her true destiny.
Education: Bartłomiej Nowodworski High School, Kraków, Poland
Sophomore year scholarship at the Bush School, Seattle, USA
Film Directing course at the Wajda School
Cultural studies – faculty of film studies, Jagiellonian University
The Second City, Chicago – scriptwriting
Improv-Olympic (iO), Chicago – theatre improvisation
Scriptwriter of Warsaw Uprising, scriptwriter for HBO Europe, TVN, Canal Plus (Pakt, Bez tajemnic).
Owner of the Warsaw-based boutique world sales company, New Europe Film Sales. The company’s catalogue includes award-winning and widely-sold films, such as Rams, Corpus Christi and Summer 1993. New Europe also has a slate of family animations and regularly picks up one or two animations per year. Recent animations sold by New Europe include Cattle Hill, Gordon & Paddy, and Jacob, Mimmi & the Talking Dogs.