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OFF PLUS CAMERA is a major event devoted to Polish and international independent cinema organized by The Society for Independent and Other Arts OFF CAMERA and Krakow Festival Office since 2008. . Our key objective is to give support to the filmmakers at the beginning of their careers. The most important element of the festival is the international competition, in which 12 independent directors from all over the world compete for the Krakow Film Award of $100,000. The winner is selected by an international jury and the award is given by the President of Krakow. Each year, approximately 100 films are presented during more than 200 screenings. Our Festival aspires to show – besides the newest productions – the classics of underground cinema through retrospective and tribute sections.

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Making Way

During the fourth festival OFF PLUS CAMERA twelve films from all
over the world will compete for the Kraków Film Award. The head of the
“Making Way” Jury will be Jerzy Skolimowski.

 
The Main Competition films are presented below!

"Erratum" is
a social drama by Marek Lechki telling the story of a man who doesn't
even notice how much lost he is in his life. The film was appreciated at
numerous festivals in Pusan, Chicago and Thessaloniki.

“Gun Hill Road”
is a feature debut by director and scriptwriter Rashaad Ernesto Green.
The film follows the steps of Enrique (Esai Morales) who, having spent 3
years in prison, comes back home. Yet, the reality he discovers has
little in common with the one he longed for.

“Lou”
is made by Australian director and scriptwriter Belinda Chayko, who,
with exceptional sensitivity, presents a complicated relationship
emerging between two characters, a sick Deyle and his granddaughter,
Lou.

“The Journals of Musan”
is a feature debut by South Korean director Park Jung-Bum, discussing
the hard situation of emigrants from Northern Korea living on the fringe
of society. One of such people is the main protagonist, Jeon
Seung-Chul, who struggles with finding himself in the new reality.

“Our Day Will Come”,
a feature debut by Romain Gavras, depicts life of a rebellious
teenager. His life changes drastically as a result of a brutal incident,
when he falls into the hands of an eccentric shrink (brilliant, as
always,  Vincent Cassel).

“Pure”
by Swedish director Lisa Langseth is an adaptation of a theatre play
(also by Langseth) “The Beloved”. The film tells the story of 20-year
old Katarina (Alicia Vikander) inhabiting one of the grey districts of
Gothenburg. Her only escape from reality is classical music. One day,
Mozart's “Requiem” concert in the local opera house becomes a turning
point in her monotonous life.

“Suicide Room” by
Jan Komasa, is a modern and bold combination of feature film with
computer generated virtual world. The main protagonist, Dominik, is an
exemplification of a young man, who, avoiding real problems creates for
himself an alternative virtual reality and gradually loses contact with
the surrounding world.

 "Sensation” by
Irish director Tom Hall, tells the story of what happens to people who
succeed overnight, gain money and power. The main protagonist, Donal,
becomes a frequent visitor to erotic websites and forums. Inspired by an
ambitious woman, he decides to change his life.

“Skeletons”
by Nick Whitfield, talks about a weird couple: red headed Bennett and
his best friend Davis, who wander through the English countryside in
order to exorcise evil spirits hidden in the minds of their customers.
One day they receive a request they cannot cope with.  

“Small Town Murder Songs”
is the second feature film by Canadian
director Ed Gass-Donnelly. Local police officer, Walter, cannot deal
with ugly memories. The film has been divided into three sections, each
of them bears a biblical title suggesting the interpretation of what is
to follow.

“Nothing’s All Bad”
by a young Danish filmmaker Mikkel Munch-Fals consists of four threads
following stories of four lost human beings: Anna, Anders, Ingeborg and
Jonas. Unexpectedly, the lives of all the protagonists get entangled
through a few accidental meetings.

The last project is “The Off Hours”
by Megan Griffiths. The director presents a monotonous existence of
characters living somewhere in the north-eastern part of US. She created
portraits of complex personalities, each of them longing for intimacy.

Martyna Stefańska

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