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Camerimage Film Festival

November 16 – 23, 2013

Bydgoszcz, Poland

What’s It All About?

The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage is dedicated to the art of cinematography and cinematographers. The unconventional format of the festival, which awards films according to their visual, aesthetic and technical values, has turned out to be an alternative to traditional film festivals.Apart from the Main Competition, the festival also contains events such as Student Etudes Competition, Documentary Films Competition, Music Videos Competition, Feature Debutes Competition, Camerimage Market, Camerimage Forum, Polish Films Competition, special screenings and premieres, reviews, retrospectives, meetings and events such as art exhibitions and music performances.Many professional filmmakers and film school students from around the world are attracted to the festival by its numerous seminars and workshops. Presentations of modern film equipment and of the latest production and post-production technologies are also a big draw.

Watch Out For!
Opening Film

Saving Mr Banks

The film narrates the extraordinary, untold backstory of how Disney’s iconic classic Mary Poppins made it to the big screen.

Main Competition

The aim of the Main Competition is to present films with unique visual appeal which will then be evaluated by an International Jury, who will award the authors of the best cinematography. Films to be showcased here are:

• Concrete Night

• Life Feels Good

• Burning Bush

• Heli

• Home From Home – Chronicle Of A Vision

• Ida

• Twelve Years A Slave

• Rush

• Inside Llywen Davis

• Shirley Visions Of Reality

• Nebraska

• Mary Queen Of Scots

• Lee Daniles’ The Butler

Sławomir Idziak Retrospective

This year, Camerimage will honour an outstanding Polish cinematographer Sławomir Idziak, known for films like The Double Life Of Veronique, Three Colors: Blue and Black Hawk Down. The festival will present a review of some of Idziak’s best works. Films to be presented here are:

• Gattaca

• Black Hawk Down

• Lilian’s Story

• Love And Rage

• Three Colors Blue

• The Double Life Of Veronique

• A Short Film About Killing

European Panorama

The non-competition European Panorama presents movies with the best cinematography produced in Europe during this and the previous year.

• Ana Arabia

• Animals

• The Artist And The Models

• Bekas

• Bright Days Ahead

• Byzantium

Special Screenings

This section presents the most interesting productions from all over the world and is always one of the most attractive at the festival.

• All Is Lost

• Enough Said

• Chapman

• The Kite Runner

• Don John

• Dallas Buyer’s Club

• Forrest Gump

• Prisoners

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