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    A certain Pole – Smokowski, dressed as a Gestapo officer blackmails another Pole (Freiberg) believing that he is a Jew. Freiberg being deeply insulted by taking him for a Jew reports the blackmailer to the police. The blackmailer later takes a cruel revenge… The true historic events described above became only a premise for a contemporary romantic comedy…
    The story unfolds in the present-day and is told from the perspective of love-hate relationship between the descendants of the families involved – Alan Freiberg and Anna Smokowska. Anna and Alan meet and develop a crush on each other. This love becomes a curse, when it forces them to confront the painful truth about the past. As they uncover this truth love becomes almost an impossibility…
    This is a story about Truth, Forgiveness and Love…


    Maciej Dutkiewicz

    Apart from working as a director and scriptwriter, he worked as a supervising producer of the tv series The Composers’ Specials, winner of 1996 CableACE Award Winner – Best Children’s Series, Gemini Award Winner (Canada’s Emmy) – Best Youth Program or Series and The Alliance for Children and Television Award of Excellence. He was also the production manager of 1993 Beethoven lives upstairs(American Emmy Award – Winner for Outstanding Children’s Program)

    1981-1986 – studies at FAMU – Czech National Film School – Department of Film and Television Directing.
    1986-1989 – Post-Graduate studies at York University, Toronto. Department of Film and Theatre; diploma: Master of Fine Arts.

    Night Graffiti 1997 (feature) – writer, director, second box office result in Poland in 1997 regarding Polish films, awards: Best Debut Award at the Film Debut Festival in Konin, “The Platinum Ticket” Distributors’ Award for the 2nd place in the Polish Box Office in 1997 – 650 thousand viewers, Golden Record – the soundtrack from the movie sold over 50 thousand copies.
    The Lucky Shot 1999 (feature) – writer, director, awards: Best Director Award – at 24th Polish National Feature Film Festival in Gdynia, “The Best Feature Comedy of the Year” Award – at the 1st Festival of Good Humour in Sopot, 2000, 6 nominations to the Polish National Film Award: “Polish Eagles”.
    Defect I (tv series) 2004 – writer, director.
    Defect II (tv series) 2006 – writer, director
    Requiem for a Nun 1990 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    The Clown 1991 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    Time and the Conways 1992 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    John and Mary 1993 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    Six Stories from Decameron 1993/94 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    A God Mather 1994 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    Devil’s Date 1995 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director
    Impulse 1998 (tv drama) – scriptwriter, director, based on the original script
    Through the desert and jungle 2001 (feature) – writer
    Samum 1999 (feature) – writer
    Srebrny deszcz 1999 (tv drama) – writer
    Myszki 1994 (tv drama)- writer, original script, co-written by Robert Brutter
    Wojny Przedmałżeńskie 1995 (tv drama) – writer

    Udayan Prasad

    “ScripTeast is the programme all the advisors wish they could have attended at the start of their careers. It would have saved all that stumbling around in the dark looking for the key that stimulates the imagination so much more effectively.”

    BAFTA nominated, director of “My Son the Fanatic”, “The Yellow Hankerchief” and ”Opa!”, 5th edition ScripTeast creative advisor, UK

    Tom Abrams

    “ScripTeast’s top-notch team of professional advisors, each year’s talented group of participants, and venues in Poland, Germany and France continue to make it the very best development workshop in the world today.”

    ScripTeast Head of Studies, Associate Professor – Screenwriting and Production at School of Cinematic Arts, USC, screenwriter and director, author of the script for the Oscar-nominated film “Shoeshine”, USA

    Scott Alexander

    “ScripTeast is a fascinating mix of cultures, political ideas, and voices. I learned a lot, and I think the participants learned a lot more. If only they served vodka!”

    Golden Globe awarded author of “The People vs. Larry Flynt” and “Ed Wood” with two Oscars, 5th edition ScripTeast creative advisor, USA