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Since the late 1970s Małgorzata Sady has cooperated with art centers, film and theatre festivals in Poland and abroad as a curator, participant, translator and a creator of artistic projects. she writes and talks about film, art and literature. Małgorzata Sady photographs, paints, creates sound spaces, works on the realisation of documentaries and animated films. Małgorzata Sady teaches at the polish – Japanese Academy of Information technology in Warsaw, the department of new media arts.
Since the 1990s Małgorzata Sady has popularized Franciszka and Stefan Themerson’s works with publications, exhibitions and lectures in Poland and abroad ( she was lucky to know and be friends with the Themersons.). Since 2010 she has participated in the Themersons’ festival organized by Pokisin Płock. Małgorzata Sady has supported the festival with regard to the programme. She was also the curator of the Themersons’ exhibition in the Tel-Aviv Museum, Israel (2014). Now she is working on a permanent exhibition of the Themersons’ works in Muzeum Mazowieckie in Płock.
She is connected with The International Festival of Animated Films “ANIMATOR” in Poznań (she was one of the co-founders.).
In 2010 together with Marcin Giżycki she realised the documentary “Alfred Schreyer z Drohobycza”(“Alfred Schreyer of Drohobycz”). For many years she has cooperated with the quay brothers. They worked together on the film “Inventorium of traces” ( she was an assistant director and a musical improvisation composer.) and “maska” (adaptation). She is the text’s author of the cinematographic book “Inventorium of traces” (visually developed by the quaybrothers). Since 2008 Małgorzata Sady has been the film programme curator of The International Festival of Puppet Theatre and Animated Films for Adults “A Puppet is a Human Too” in Warsaw. Since 2010 she has been working on animation programmes for ANIMO festival in Kwidzyn.
Bruce Checefsky is a photographer, the author of short independent films that were shown all over the world –from MoMA and Anthology Film Archives to Tate Modern and Rotterdam Film Festival. Checefsky has found a unique space for his work creating again abstract and edgy short films of Eastern Europe realized between 1920s and 1940s which were lost, destroyed or written but never realized.
Jola Kudela graduated from PWSFTViT in the city of Łódź (Master of Arts, Animation and Visual Effects). She completed a course at animated film department at CFT Gobelins in Paris. After 20 years of experience as a composer (Nuke Flame, MPC, DNeg, The Mill) she works now as a multimedia director, art director and a visual supervisor.