ECHO

REPRESENTED BY KFF

This is a story of a difficult relationship between a demanding father and his 11 year old son. After a longer absence the father unexpectedly comes back and takes his son on a holiday. In a mysterious forest he teaches the boy basic skills that each man must know in order to survive in the most difficult conditions: how to make a fire, build a hut and hide under water.


FILM REPRESENTED BY KRAKOW FILM FOUNDATION

GENRE:
fiction
COUNTRY:
POLAND
RUNNING TIME:
20'
YEAR:
DIRECTING:
Marcin Filipowicz
SCRIPT:
Marcin Filipowicz
DOP:
Dominik Zadęcki
EDITOR:
Przemysław Chruścielewski
CAST:
Marek Kalita, James Fordham
PRODUCTION:
Wydział Radia i Telewizji Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach (WRiTv UŚ)

Marcin Filipowicz »

Born in 1985. Since 2007 he has been studying Film Directing at the Radio and Television Faculty of Silesia University in Katowice. He combines film studies with his other passions – travelling and photography. He has received numerous awards at national film festivals for 7109 km, a film about a young boy’s journey from Poland to Irkutsk (2008).