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Plan filmowy grupy filmu kryminalnego prowadzonej przez Sławomira Idziaka i Martyna Demmera

We write scripts with the First Lady of Polish tv shows!

We have great news for everyone who dreams of writing for cinema, television and streaming platforms! The Film Script Open Group at the 18th Film Spring Open Workshop will be led by Ilona Łepkowska, a well-known screenwriter, producer, writer and script consultant.

“There is no sure-fire recipe for a film’s success, but you can learn how to write a script so that the story and its characters have a chance to reach a wide audience,”

says the tutor.

Photo: Damian Bartoszek

To participate in The Film Script Open Group, please send feature film treatment (maximum three pages) along with a few-sentence description of the three main characters.

We are waiting for your applications until the 19th September.

Send them to: biuro@filmspringopen.eu.

Ilona Łepkowska, Grupa scenariuszowa 2023, Plenery Film Spring Open

Ilona Łepkowska: graduate of Management Faculty at the University of Warsaw, prolific screenwriter, producer, writer and script advisor. She has written scripts for popular Polish tv series and romantic comedies, such as: “Klan” , “Na dobre i na złe”, “M jak miłość”, “Nigdy w życiu!” by Ryszard Zatorski, “Nie kłam, kochanie” (dir. Piotr Wereśniak) or “Koniec świata, czyli kogel-mogel 4” (dir. Anna Wieczur-Bluszcz).

She played episodic roles in the films “Man of Marble” by Andrzej Wajda and “Camouflage” by Krzysztof Zanussi. She wrote the novel “Idealna rodzina”, on the basis of which Tomasz Konecki made the comedy “Zołza” with Małgorzata Kożuchowska.

She is called “the queen of Polish tv shows”.

Ilona Łepkowska, Grupa scenariuszowa 2023, Plenery Film Spring Open
Photo: Facebook Profile

Join us!

Details avaliable HERE.

The 18th Film Spring Open is held in Krakow from 10th to 19th of October.

More information HERE.

Registration form HERE.

Ilona Łepkowska i Małgorzata Kożuchowska na planie filmu "Zołza" według scenariusza Ilony Łepkowskiej
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