POLISH TITLE: KACPERIADA
TV series inspired by the best-selling books by Grzegorz Kasdepke, highly popular author of literature for younger readers. CASPARADE received a special mention as best TV series at the Junior Co-Production Market / Cinekid Festival in Amsterdam and was in official selection of Annecy Festival.
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Kamil Polak, Wojtek Wawszczyk, Jakub Tarkowski
Wojtek Wawszczyk, Rafał Skarżycki, Agata Wróbel, Adam Wojtyszko
- Szymon Wysocki
- Human Ark
graduate of Łódź Film School, where he made his first experimental animations. His student film "Birth of a Nation" (2001) is shown in the framework of the best films representing Łódź Film School. He was visual effects supervisor of the Academy Award-winning film PETER AND THE WOLF (2008). Kamil is the director of the outstanding animation “The Lost Town of Switez”, which premiered at the International Film Festival Berlinale in 2011, screened at 150 international film festivals and won over 25 awards. Recently, Kamil gained attention for his animated projections for the spectacles by Krzysztof Warlikowski, Poland’s most influential theatre and opera director. The most spectacular are animated inserts for Richard Strauss's opera "Die Frau ohne Schatten" ("The Woman without a Shadow") prepared for the anniversary of the Munich opera reconstruction after World War II - one of the key opera scenes in Germany. He also is an experienced commercials director, alone or in a team with Wojtek Wawszczyk. With Human Ark since 2010.
he is a graduate of Łódź Film School and Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg. His first short films "Headless" (1999), "Mouse" (2001), "Fly-away Penguin" (2002) and "Splinter" (2007) have called attention and won awards around the world. He has been working at the renowned Digital Domain studios in Los Angeles as an animator for the Disney productions "I, Robot" (2004) and "Aeon Flux" (2006). In 2011, his feature film debut "George the Hedgehog" was released in Polish cinemas. Wojtek has an unique ability to balance between a distinctive artistic style – acknowledged by numerous international awards for his films – and his awareness of creating content for a wide audience – achieved through his work in mainstream productions and by directing over 100 commercials.
is a graduate of Łódź Film School. Works as director, animator and storyboard artists. Author of several animated short films. In 2003, he won a Ridley Scott Award (SFX category) for the storyboard of the full-length animated film "Le Bab". Kuba worked for the London based Moving Picture Company, preparing layouts for "Harry Potter IV", and as a VFX animator for "Kingdom of Heaven". He is a co-director of "Goerge the Hedgehog".