Poland

Apple Film Production

About the Company

Apple Film Production, one of the first independent production companies in Poland was founded in 1990 by Dariusz Jabłoński.
To date the company has produced 9 feature films (“Street Games”, “Sekal Has to Die” – the first ever Czech-Polish-Slovak-French co-production - “The Auricle”. “I Am Looking at You Mary”, “Sucker Season”, “Bellissima”, “My Fried Chicken”, “The Spring to Come”). Apple Film has also produced 15 tele-plays, 21 documentaries and 1 six-episode TV series. All of these productions have been at a high artistic level, confirmed by many awards at domestic and international festivals and competitions.
Internationally, the best known production of Apple Film is the documentary "Photographer" by Dariusz Jabłoński, awarded many prizes including the Prix Europa for Best Non-fiction TV Program of 1998; the Grand Prix VPRO Joris Ivens Award at IDFA in Amsterdam 98; Best Documentary in Banff ’99; Grimme Prize ‘00 in Germany; Grand Prix FIPA D'OR,Prix Planete in Biarritz 99; Best Documentary at Double Take, Durham; Bavarian Tv Prize ’99 and many others.
Apple's high level of quality has been reflected in the esteem which the company has received from independent producers and TV stations. Most of the Apple Film projects have been produced in co-production with Polish Television, Canal+, HBO, MDR, ARTE, WDR and independent companies from Germany, UK and the Czech Republic. At the moment the Company is producing a twelve-episode drama series for TVP.

Contact

Apple Film Production

Bagatela 10/12
00-585
Warsaw, PL
fax: +48 228 518 444
http://www.applefilm.pl
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