"A LITTLE BIT OF PARADISE" BY ANDRZEJ CICHOCKI IN THE IDFA FESTIVAL COMPETITION
The titles of the IDFA competition films have already been announced. Andrzej Cichocki's "A Little Bit Of Paradise" will compete for the title of the best short film international production.
The Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival IDFA is the largest and one of the most important documentary festivals in the world. Every year, it attracts over 280 thousand. viewers, including over 3,000 guests from the documentary industry, and the films shown at IDFA often become festival favorites later on. This year, IDFA will be held on November 18-29.
Polish documentary by Andrzej Cichocki has been invited to this year's short film competition. "A Little Bit Paradise" is a documentary story on the verge of realism and fairy tales. A film about a Silesian family that in a corner of the metropolis reveals its world to the viewer and shares with it moments of life, inseparable from the surrounding nature.
The production of the Munk Studio is not the only Polish production in this year's festival program. In the IDFA Competition for Student Documentary we will see "Hello Grandma" directed by Kamila Chojnacka, at Best of Fest section we will see "An Ordinary Country" by Tomasz Wolski (you can read about it here), and in Masters, viewers will see a co-production of "Bitter Love" by Jerzy Śladkowksi (more here)
The list of all films qualified for the competition can be found here.