Piotr Rosołowski is a director, screenwriter, and cinematographer based in Berlin. He graduated from the Katowice Film School in Poland in 2002 and was awarded with an Academy of Media Arts scholarship in Cologne. He is the co-author of the feature length documentary, "Rabbit a la Berlin" which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2010. Together with the Berlin-based film director, Elwira Niewiera, made the film, “Domino Effect'', which screened at many international documentary film festivals, won several awards and was part of the 2014 East Silver Caravan distribution programme. Their second feature-length documentary Prince and Dybbuk, received the Lion Award for the Best Documentary at Venice Film Festival in 2017, and their most recent film, Hamlet Syndrome, has been hailed as an exceptional piece of European documentary cinema that brings to life the tragic consequences and effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The film premiered in August 2022 at the Locarno Film Festival and will soon be a part of IDFA, Dok Leipzig,Krakow Film Festival or DOC NYC. Hamlet Syndrome will also be part of the 2022 East Silver catalog, and has been nominated by the Institute of Documentary Film in Prague for the Silver Eye award at Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival.