Prepared by Tomasz Baginski for the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, this 8 minute animated video depicts the history of Poland from the legendary Lech up to Poland’s joining the United Nations.
Born in Białystok in 1976. Director. A self-taught artist. He quit his studies in architecture as a senior to make films. His first student film “Rain” won several local prizes in 1998 and began his association with Platige Image. From 1999 to 2002 he worked on and off on his dramatic short debut “The Cathedral.” This film went on to win the Best Animated Shorts Film in 2002 in the SIGGRAPH special effects festival, as well as earn Oscar nomination in 2003.His next movie “Fallen Art” won the grand jury prize at SIGGRAPH, making Baginski the first artist in the history of the festival to get both main prizes.
2016 Polish Legends – Twardowski 2 (Legendy polskie – Twardowski 2)
2016 Polish Legends – Operation Basilisk (Legendy polskie – Operacja Bazyliszek
2016 Polish Legends – Jaga (Legendy polskie – Jaga)
2015 Polish Legends – Dragon (Legendy polskie – Smok)
2015 Polish Legends – Twardowski (Legendy polskie – Twardowski)
2014 Ambition (Ambicja)
2010 Animated History of Poland (Animowana historia Polski)
2009 The Kinematograph (Kinomatograf)
2004 Fallen Art (Sztuka spadania)
2002 The Cathedral (Katedra)
1997 Rain (Deszcz)
(1112 N. Milwaukee Ave.)
THURSDAY, 11/08/2018 7:30 pm.
2010, 8 min, Poland