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Bartosz M. Kowalski


Bartosz M. Kowalski was born in 1984 in Gdynia, Pomorskie, Poland. He is a director and writer, known for Playground (2016), A Dream in the Making (2012) and Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight (2020). See full bio »

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Known For

Playground Director
(2016)
(2012)
Hellhole Director

Filmography

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 2019 Zawsze warto (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- Episode #1.12 (2019)
- Episode #1.11 (2019)
- Episode #1.10 (2019)
- Episode #1.9 (2019)
- Episode #1.8 (2019)
 2017 Zacisze (Short)
 2016 Playground
 2015 Unstoppables (TV Movie documentary)
 2012 A Dream in the Making (Documentary)
 2010 Jingle Bell Fever (Short) (as Bartosz Kowalski)
 2009/I Till Death Do Us Part (Short) (co-director - as Bartosz Kowalski)
 2007 Redeemer (Short) (as Bartosz Kowalski)
 2006 The Red Spider (Short) (as Bartosz Kowalski)
Show Show Writer (11 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (6 credits)
Show Show Editor (7 credits)
Show Show Sound department (1 credit)
Show Show Self (3 credits)
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[on "Playground"(2016)] I wanted the film to be as realistic as possible. That defined three major choices. First of all, we decided not to hire any well-known actors. We thought that any recognisable face would somewhat jeopardise the credibility of this specific story. Secondly, camerawork - we decided to go hand-held all the way. Any kind of fancy dolly, crane shots etc. would over-stylise the... See more »

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