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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.


Tim Roth – special guest at Off Plus Camera

Tim Roth, the star of “Reservoir Dogs” and “Pulp Fiction”, will receive in Kraków at the Off Plus Camera the “Against the Current” award. In the series of special screenings, you will be able to watch directed by him “The War Zone”. We have prepared much more on the occasion of the famous Brit's visit.

Tim Roth, who gained international fame through Quentin Tarantino's productions (“Reservoir Dogs”, Pulp Fiction”, “Four Rooms”), will be a special guest at this year's festival.

In Kraków, Roth will receive the “Against the Current” award. This accolade is granted since 2010 to extraordinary cinema figures for their support and input in the indie cinema and culture. The first person to receive it was Jane Campion in April 2010.

Tim Roth's visit will be a great opportunity to remind the audience of his eminent feature debut “The War Zone” (1999) starring Ray Winston and Tilda Swinton. It is a dark drama on child sexual abuse. This film brought Roth the award of the European Discovery of the Year and also won multiple accolades such as the C.I.C.A.E. Award in Berlin, British Independent Film award for Best Director as well as the Best New British Feature award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Tim Roth will also meet the festival goers at a 'Master Class' event in the Kijów cinema. 

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