"Two Worlds," directed by Maciej Adamek, come back from Wales International Film Festival with two awards.

At the festival in Wales, the film was given the best feature-length documentary film award and the best sound award. The author of the sound in the film is Przemek Jaworski, and the following people were responsible for the sound on the set: Mariusz Bielecki and Weronika Raźna, Aleksandra Pniak and Dariusz Wancerz.

It is already the eighth award for the film, awarded, among others, at Rhode Island Film Festival, Harlem Film Festival in New York City, Chicago Children Film Festival and United Nations Association Film Festival in the USA.

"Two Worlds" is a portrait of a family in which the parents are deaf, and their daughter Laura can hear. It is the 12-year-old Laura who is our guide through their lives. Non-typical life, but at the same time ordinary like the life of every family.

The film was co-financed by Polish Film Institute. The film is produced by Jacek Kucharski from Metro Films and TVP 2.

You can find more information about the festival here.