Katarzyna Maciejko-Kowalczyk

Film editor, professional photographer and director. "Benek Blues", the film with which she made her debut as a director, was awarded the two most prestigious prizes at the Cracow Festival: Grand Prix – the Golden Dragon and Golden Hobby-Horse, and prizes in Leipzig, Neubrandemburg and in Taiwan. For many years she worked for the Documentary Film Studio in Warsaw and edited most films by Marcel Łoziński: ("Próba mikrofonu" / "The microphon test", "89 mm od Europy" / "89 mm from Europe", "Wszystko może się przytrafić" / "Everything is possible", "Pamiętam" / "I remember"), and also "Przesłuchanie" / "Interrogation" by Ryszard Bugajski, "Robotnicy 80" / "Workers 80" by Andrzej Chodakowski and Andrzej Zajączkowski, "Wół" / "An Ox" by Józefa Cyrusa and many other important documentary films. She has been a member of the Association of Polish Photographers since 1979.