Screen & Sound Fest. 2019


Wojtek Mazolewski, Jacek Sienkiewicz, Wojtek Urbański and Kamil Tuszyński recorded contemporary interpretations of the composition of the genius composer Krzysztof Komeda, who, from April 23, can be listened to at

In order to take part in the competition, it is enough to create a film illustrating the chosen song and send it to the organizer, the Bielecki Art Foundation. The winners will receive prizes worth a total of 25,000. zł. and a screening of the awarded works during the festival screenings in Krakow and Katowice. Contest visualizations should be sent by August 22 this year.

This is the 7th edition of Screen & Sound Fest., Ie the competition and the festival, whose substantive assumptions oscillate around the issues of interpenetration and mutual inspiration between music and the film image. As part of the competition, each year, the participants create visualizations for selected music pieces composed by world-famous composers (until now they were, among others. Abel Korzeniowski, Jan AP Kaczmarek, Wojciech Kilar, Bartosz Chajdecki, Leszek Możdżer).

On April 23, another edition of this project began under the slogan "Komeda Remixed", whose leitmotif is the rich art of Krzysztof Komeda. Modern interpretations of the composition of the legend of Polish jazz were created for the purposes of the competition. Their authors are: one of the most important Polish jazz musicians -Wojtek Mazolewski, a legend of the electronic scene and a pioneer of techno music in Poland - Jacek Sienkiewicz, co-creator of the Rysy group, author of music for Ultraviolet series - Wojtek Urbański, a theater and film composer, icon of the Krakow club scene, Kamil Tuszyński. The submitted works will be judged by the Jury, consisting of e.g. Emi and Maciej Buchwald (young, independent directors and screenwriters), Robert Sowa (creator of animation, deputy dean of the Graphic Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow), Tomasz Lach (painter and President of the Association for the Care of Krzysztof Komeda's legacy), Janusz Bielecki (composer, patron and inventor of the Screen & Sound Fest.).