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Polish documentary wins at Satisfied Eye Festival in UK

14.10.2020 12:43
“Underage Engineers”, scripted and directed by Polish duo Aleksandra Skowron and Hanna Polak, has been named the best documentary at The Satisfied Eye International Film Festival in Epsom, southern England.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Pixabay licence

The 50-minute film is about how an individual can change the life of a typical teenager and how a teacher can also change under the influence of his pupils.

The film’s hero is Ignacy Rejmak, a physics teacher in two high schools in northern Poland, whose incredible passion has a positive impact on a child's approach to learning and life.

Ignacy Rejmak is the recipient of a special award from the festival’s jury, which in previous years has gone to filmmakers. 

Chris Hastings, head of The Satisfied Eye Festival, has described Rejmak as a teacher that everyone would love to have. “We just had to give this award solely to him”, he said.

The soundtrack for Underage Engineers is by Oscar-winning Polish composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek.