Jury Dox


Marta Minorowicz
Screening time  
27.02. / Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 Theatre 1  
''Decrescendo'' tells the story of the blossoming friendships that take place between young psychologist Tomek and his patients from an old persons’ home, each of whom bears their own touching and tragic stories.

Each day Tomek’s fascination with beauty and youth clashes not only with the aging and the dying but also with their emphatic will to life. In this context the musical term decrescendo takes on a new meaning.


Marta Minorowicz

Marta Minorowicz graduated from the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing in 2010 and in 2003 she graduated from the History of Theater and English at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. For many years she collaborated with Polish Television where she made dozens of social news cover stories. She has extensive experience in television and film production. She is interested in exploring the harmonies and conflicts that exist within and between the human and natural worlds. Minorowicz is drawn to those conflicts that operate inter-generationally and that reveal the fragility of customs in the face of change.

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Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2011, 25', video

Directed by:
Marta Minorowicz

Screenplay by:
Marta Minorowicz

Pawel Chorzepa

Edited by:
Przemyslaw Chruscielewski

Adam Slesicka

Produced by:
Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing

Festivals & Awards:

ZagrebDox 2012 – Special Mention by Young Jury; Krakow International Film Festival 2011 – Special Jury Mention; International Film Festival Etiuda and Anima 2011 – Honorary Diploma