Festivals & Awards
Tampere Film Festival
Ania Morawiec is a screenwriter and film director, graduated from The Polish National Film School in Lodz (2020, graduation with honors) and from The Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Political Science Departement); scholarship holder of the Freie Universitaet in Berlin; she wrote a thesis about connections between Carl Gustav Jung’s idea of collective unconscious and works of Andrzej Żuławski; in 2020 she finished her diploma short fiction Fading snow; regular columnist of Pismo – a monthy socio-cultural magazine.
She’s an author of many short fictions and documentaries (It would be beautiful and Planet Earth among others); co-writer of the full-lenght documentary JENNY (film in production).
From 2009-2014 she worked in a famous community radio station “radiofonia” based in Kraków, Poland, where she had been leading her own cultural radio show; she’s also a film educator working for the Filmforum Assosiation and the Andrzej Wajda’s Film Center in Warsaw.
In 2018 she received a scholarship from the CineNomadSchool Programme (cooperation of film schools from Benin, Nigeria, Poland, France and Burkina-Faso) in frames of which she wrote and directed a short fiction BATURE in Nigeria. In 2021 she has received an artistic scholarship funded by the President of Warsaw.