The movie is a result of workshops held within the Month of Photography in Krakow. Between 16th and 26th of May 2012, a group of participants under the supervision of Jacek Smolicki and Alberto Frigo worked on a movie inspired by the cinematic masterpiece of constructivism - Dz.Vertov's Man with a Movie Camera. the idea was to use the variety of modern and affordable tools such as compact cameras and mobile phones to portray a life of the city - in this case Krakow - from the dawn to dusk. Four time periods were defined: 8-12,12-16,16-20 and 20-24. After four days of exploring the city and constructing the datebase that consisted of 2, 4, 8 and 16 second clips, the group moved on to the second stage of the workshop which was a collective montage. Daniel Wilson and Marzena Kawa joined the team of supervisors and after four days of discussions and revision of the database content, the movie was ready for the screening. The premiere of the movie entitled Women and Men with a Mobile Camera, took place in Bunkier Sztuki in Krakow on the 26th of May and was accompanied by the live improvisation conducted by four musicians: Martyna Poznańska - samples and electroacoustic soundscapes, Maciej Kozłowski - guitar, Roman Głowacki - saxophone and Jacek Smolicki - guitar Here you can watch the result of the performance.
The group of women and men with a mobile camera consisted of: