Out On Film: Atlanta's LGBTQ+ Film Festival is a celebration of LGBTQ+ history and artists, presenting full-length feature films, documentaries and short films. The mission of the festival is the high quality and variety of content displayed to viewers, as well as ensuring representation of all members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Below you will find the logline and the list of the film crew of the short.
MY OLD GALS
After 50 years, Zofia and Ania are deciding to go on their last journey together to fight for their old love.
CAST: Dorota Pomykała, Dorota Stalińska, Marta Masza Wągrocka, Barbara Jonak, Bartek Nowosielski
DIRECTOR: Natasza Parzymies SCRIPT: Natasza Parzymies, Alicja Sokół DOP: Ignacy Kiełczewski EDITING: Weronika Bystrowska SOUND: Filip Szawernowski MUSIC: Ralph Kaminski PRODUCTION MANAGER: Karolina Barska ARTISTIC SUPERVISION: Barbara Pawłowska, Maciej Ślesicki PRODUCER: Maciej Ślesicki PRODUCTION: Warsaw Film School
|Natasza Parzymies – She is 23 years old. She is the Warsaw Film School's graduate. She became famous for the series „Control” about the stormy relationship of two girls, which she created, wrote and directed while not yet in college. The first season was watched over 60 million times around the world, and Natasza received, among others, nomination for O!Lśnienia of Onet 2021 in the „Series” category. The new seasons of „Control” were produced by Player (TVN), where all 4 seasons of the series are now available. Thanks to the worldwide popularity, „Control” became the first Polish production to join the Discovery+ platform library, and in 2022 Natasza was the first Polish woman to be included in the prestigious „Power of young Hollywood 2022” list of the American magazine Variety. Natasza is also the creator, director and co-writer of the mini-series „Random" (produced by Storytel), which is the first Polish series combining a radio drama and a film, starring Julia Wieniawa and Maciej Musiałowski. The project received two golden EFFIE statuettes.
|Photo by Krystian Pakieła
|Ignacy Kiełczewski – 24-year-old cinematographer. Since childhood, he had two great passions: traveling and sport. As he says about himself, he is a child raised on sets who fell in love with making films. In the years 2011 – 2017, he made dozens of trips by his BMX all over Poland, Europe and Asia, creating memories with a camera or video camera – this is how he gained his first experience. In 2016, his friend decided to become a stedicam operator, and Ignacy assisted him on hundreds of film sets for 3 years. Soon he decided to study cinematography himself and enrolled at the Warsaw Film School, which provided him with the necessary knowledge.
|Photo by Krystian Pakieła
Films by students of the Warsaw Film School are co-financed by the Polish Film Institute