dr Bartosz Wójcik
Certified manager of culture, chairman of the OFFicyna Association, chief of the place of art OFFicyna 2001-2010, curator and organiser of artistic projects, artistic director of SEFF (until 2012 director of EFFD dokumentART), member of the Program Committee, PhD in history. Specialist in Polish-German relations in the field of culture and art; translator (a catalogue on the work of Hieronymus Bosch, among other works), multimedia artist, awarded scholarships by German and Austrian governments as well as by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, received the NBP award for young regional artists in 2004 and the National Geographic Traveller award in 2011. Researcher at the University of Szczecin. Has been part of OFFicyna from the beginning of its existence.
Film and literature expert, PhD in humanities, animator of film culture, film critic, columnist, lecturer. In Szczecin he has hosted the “Kino Konesera” series at the Helios multiplex, has also run the “Cyklino” Academic Film Club; author of articles on film and literature. Co-editor and co-author of the „Język, literatura i kultura – razem czy osobno?” academic volume. He cooperates with the literary-cultural “eleWator” quarterly magazine, Onet.Film and with the Horror Online website. Currently co-host of the Konfrontacje film society at the Academy of Art in Szczecin.
She is from Szczecin. Graduated from the Catholic University of Lublin and the Film School in Łódź. Journalist and reporter for Polish Radio Szczecin, deals mostly with cultural topics. Co-creator of broadcasts, including “Trochę Kultury” and “Posydeńki” - a broadcast for the Ukrainian minority. She has worked with TVP Polish National Television (Szczecin branch). Author of over a dozen TV programs and reportages. Lecturer at the University of Szczecin. For years she has been working with the OFFicyna Association, Zachęta Sztuki Współczesnej, and Stowarzyszenie Ińskie Lato Filmowe. Director of the documentary films “Celluloid Tales” (2014) and “The Great Green Wall, Africa for Africa” (2015).
Graduate from marketing and management at the West Pomeranian Business School, musician whose collaborations include My Riot, Ukeje, Chemia, K Bleax, and the Pleciuga Puppet Theatre. Coordinator of projects for Π Performace Intermedia Festival and Stary Cyfrowy Szczecin, manager of the European Festival for Documentaries dokumentART and Szczecin European Film Festival. Member of the Culture Committee of the Marshal's Office of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in 2015. Has been working with the OFFicyna Association since 2010.
Ul Pazniak was born in the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1985. In 2005 he finished the secondary school of fine arts in Grodno. Has graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno. Received the Minister of Culture and National Heritage scholarship in 2012. In 2016 got his MA from the Faculty of Painting and New Media of the Academy of Art in Szczecin. In his artistic practice he uses such media as sculpture, drawing, performance, and video.