EnergaCamerimage Festival Chief Marek Zydowicz on Highlights, Challenges of This Year’s Edition

EnergaCamerimage Festival Chief Marek Zydowicz on Highlights, Challenges of This Year’s Edition
Europe’s leading celebration of cinematography, the EnergaCamerimage Film Festival, based in Torun, Poland, kicks off its 28th edition Nov. 14 in hybrid form, but with as much glitz and glam as ever, fest director Marek Zydowicz tells Variety.

Having moved back last year to the historic, Gothic-spired city where it was founded, the festival plans to run its trademark showcase of the latest filmmaking technology in online 3D form this year, but will open with live appearances by Viggo Mortensen, as director and lead actor, and cinematographer Marcel Zyskind kicking things off with their intimate father-son drama “Falling,” screening at the Jordanki fest center.

Zydowicz and Kazik Suwala have recently secured funding for a much grander festival center, featuring year-round film studies and studios, the European Film Center, which Suwala heads. For now, Zydowicz says, Camerimage will continue its focus on outstanding lensing, keeping up the tradition that has made
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