Studio Munka functions within the structures of Polish Filmmakers Association and was set up to focus exclusively on producing directorial debut films. The goal of the studio is to support talented young directors in making creative, art-house cinema.
Apart from long feature debuts, Studio Munka is producing 30 minutes-long live-action debuts, 10-15 minutes length documentary debuts and 3-5 minutes length animation debuts.
Our short films are present at various international festivals and two of them were nominated to European Film Award: “Glass Trap” the short documentary directed by Pawe³ Ferdek(2009)
and “Hanoi-Warsaw” the short feature directed by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz, which won the EFA this year.
Up until now Studio Munka has developed an omnibus film „Demaquillage” consisting of three half-hour episodes directed by young female directors. Bartek Konopka's debut, „Fear
of Falling” is the first long feature film that is entirely produced by the Studio. Two other feature films currently being produced by the Studio are Maria Sadowska’s „The Women's Day” and Jarek
Studio Munka is a joint initiative of the Polish Filmmakers Association, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Polish Film Institute and Polish Television (TVP) – the four most
important institutions of the Polish film industry. Their support guarantees Studio a stable budget for film production, while its experienced team ensures that the films produced by the young directors are of high artistic value.