Dinosaurs and the larger issues
Dir. Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot / Poland / 2018 / 2’ / world premiere
Directors: Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot
Screenplay: Justyna Bilik
Animation (3D): Marta Nawrot
Editing: Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot
Music: Alex Raczyński
Producers: Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot
Production: Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot
World sales: Justyna Bilik, Marta Nawrot
A 3D poem for a poet, Irena Klepfisz - a lesbian author, academic and feminist. Inspired by her “Dinosaurs and the larger issues“ from “Periods of stress“ (1975).
FESTIVALS AND AWARDS
HER Docs Film Festival (world premiere)
Screenwriter, songwriter (aka Łaja Szklana) and director of experimental films. She graduated in directing (in the field of screenwriting) at the Film School in Lodz. A graduate of the Sources 2, Torino Film Lab, Midpoint and Scenario Atelier courses. Screenwriter of the award-winning short film "Saszka" by Katarzyna Lesisz (Małopolska Film Award at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, Grand Prix at the Ca Foscari festival in Venice, "Cinema without borders" Special Award at the Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles). She made her directing debut with the short film "The Fractal Show" at the New Horizons International Film Festival in Wroclaw. The feature-length "Norwegian Dream" directed by Igor Devold with her screenplay received funding from the Polish Film Institute as part of the Minority Co-productions program (2020). Together with Daniel Sołtysiński she’s the author of the dramaturgy for "GAZ!" theatre play directed by Marcin Wierzchowski at the Theater of A. Fredro in Gniezno.
A cyber-fairy of new media, designer and programmer of virtual worlds. A cyberfeminist and promoter of the idea of Open Source and Free Learning, creator of multisensory and multiplayer virtual experiences. The co-founder of the CyberPussy collective and independent publishing house, focused on cyber and xenofeminist works in the context of digital art. She studied Intermedia at the Faculty of Intermedia at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and at the Glasgow School of Art in the field of Interaction Design. The co-founder of the Pussymantra group and the Eternal Engine duo.