'I wish people stop using the word "otherness", become more open-minded and embraced diversity of viewpoints. I wish they accept the fact that each person has their own needs and issues or moments of happiness. I wish that it were considered natural that people with disabilities are in films and among us. That looks don't matter. We all have magic inside us.' – said in an interview with Warsaw Film School Anna Dzieduszycka, the star of the film 'The Dress', directed by Tadeusz Łysiak, which won the Atlanta Film Festival's BEST NARRATIVE SHORT category.
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Films by students of the Warsaw Film School are co-financed by the Polish Film Institute