We can now officially and very proudly announce that Warsaw Film School has gained yet another partner in education.
This time it is the prestigious Polish Society of Cinematographers (PSC). Starting October 2017 we will be offering a whole new set of regular masterclasses by the most renowned cinematographers in Poland.
PSC was created in 1994 in Warsaw and one of its co- founders was our Warsaw Film School professor - Andrzej Jaroszewicz. Other founders include: Paweł Edelman ( often collaborator of Roman Polanski), Sławomir Idziak ( Academy Award for Black Hawk Down), Witold Adamek ( DoP on numerous Krzysztof Kieślowski films), Piotr Sobociński, Witold Sobociński, Jerzy Wójcik and many others.
The aim of the PSC is to represent the interests of cinematographers, to ensure they have good professional working conditions, enable them to grow professionally in their field of interest as well as supporting all initiatives involving progress of the art of Cinema
PSC has its very own award - the PSC Award- given each year to a different Polish cinematographer that has worked on a feature film in the previous year.
The Society gathers the most renowned DoP members, most of whom have won numerous film festival awards and are professors either at film or artistic schools.
Warsaw Film School and PSC will work together on a special workshop program for the students of the Warsaw Film School.