The Lost Town of Switez

In 19th-century Poland, a traveller loses his way in the forest one stormy night. He witnesses the last days of a medieval town under attack by ruthless warriors. The grandiose tale of The Lost Town of Switez is carried along by the music of Irina Bogdanovitch. Kamil Polak has used advanced computer-assisted animation techniques to create a rich visual universe inspired by religious iconography and Polish romantic painting. The film was screened at the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival.

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Film Credits

direction
Kamil Polak
script
Kamil Polak
music
Irina Bogdanovich
producer
Stanislaw Dziedzic
Zbigniew Zmudzki
Kamil Polak
Eliza Oczkowska
co-producer
Luc Toutounghi
Denis Friedman
Pawel Partyka
Marcin Lunkiewicz
editing
Kamil Polak
art design supervisor
Jacek Rokosz
animation supervisor
Wojciech Wawszczyk
animator
Dawid Bunio
Wojciech Jakubowski
Magdalena Osinska
Maciej Wojtkiewicz
Piotr Szczepanowicz
Jakub Tarkowski
Piotr Zyla
3D artist
Kacper Czyczlo
Piotr Golabek
Grzegorz Jankowski
Mateusz Jarmulski
Grzegorz Krol
Miroslaw Paczkowski
Aleksander Gajewski
Roberto Bianchi
reference material D.O.P.
Slawomir Berganski
reference material actor
Cezary Iber
sound draft
Janusz Czubak
sound design
Luigi Allemano
music re-recording
Luc L├ęger
Geoffrey Mitchell
re-recording
Serge Boivin
Jean Paul Vialard
Shelley Craig

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