JERZY SKOLIMOWSKI WATCHES IDENTIFICATION MARKS: NONE
Film “Jerzy Skolimowski watches Identification Marks: None” is a documentary record of a formally unconventional interview with the outstanding director. After near fifty years, the master tells us about the genesis of the film, reveals backstage detils about preparations, tells about the choice of cast, working with actors and scenes famous ever since. It’s the third part of a documentary series devoted to the masterpieces of Polish cinematography and their creators. The first one focused on Andrzej Wajda and his film “Ashes and Diamonds”, the second one – on Janusz Morgenstern and his directing debut “Good Bye, Till Tomorrow”.
Directed by: Marcin Borchardt, Jerzy Rados
Written by: Marcin Borchardt i Jerzy Rados
Director of photography: Sławomir Pultyn
Editing: Beata Barciś [PSM]
Sound: Stanisław Kolenda, Marcin Ejsmond
Production manager: Marzanna Biedroń
Produced by: Pomorska Fundacja Filmowa w Gdyni i Telewizja Polska S.A.
Producers: Renata Łukasiak, Leszek Kopeć