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film festival programming

I simply love sharring the film experience with the audience - creating  platforms and events, which bring filmmakers and viewers together, discovering forgotten perls or crispy fresh talents, sparking a conversation and spreading inspirations.  As a curator and programmer, I work both for international and local film events. Since 2021 I am Festival Coordinator and Curator at filmPOLSKA festival in Berlin. In the preceding years I'd worked closely with Documentary Campus on varied Industry Events at DOK Leipzig, MIPDoc, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Animation Production Days Stuttgart, CPX:DOX, Lemessos Film Festival, among others.

Examples of work


Postion: Festival Coordinator, Curator
Status: since 2020

filmPOLSKA is  the largest festival of Polish cinema outside of Poland organized by the Polish Institute Berlin. The festival takes place annually since 2005 and so far it presented 1,709 films at 35 locations in Berlin and Brandenburg.  Festival presents a wide range of programmes incl. the Competition Programme for the next generation of Polish filmmakers, Panorama Programme, Retrospektive, varried short film programmes, workshops, exhibitions, concerts.


Documentary Campus

Postion: Masterschool Coordinator, Industry Event Assistant
Staus: 2015-2017

Documentary Campus is an internationally renowned documentary film initiative, which is a leader in the education and training of media professionals with training programmes in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the MENA region for over 20 years. Documentary Campus tackles the most trending topics of documentary industry and discuss the challenges, developments and innovations taking place in the international non-fiction market. Sessions range from networking events, to panel discussions, pitches, masterclasses, and high-quality case studies, carefully crafted by renowned programme curators from the industry.

Filming an event in Vietnam

You Can't Pretend This

Postion: Concept, Author
Status: one-off 2018

A one-off interactive film screening "You Can't Pretend This" at Wolf Kino in Berlin combined a film screening with a movement improvisation workshop led by the film protagonist. The event was part of a special distribution programme in frames of the German theatrical release of "Touch Me Not" (Golden Bear 2018). The case was later presented at Berlinale Talents 2019 in the programme "OPEN DEBATES: Participatory Films" focused on more inclusive strategies of arthouse promotion.

Wolf Kino
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