Director: Zofia Pregowska
Poland, 2014, 22 min
Crew:Screenwriter: Zofia Pregowska - Cinematographer: Tomasz Stankiewicz - Editing: Tomasz Stankiewicz, Zofia Pregowska - Sound: Grzegorz Lindemann
Email:pregomedia AT gmail.com
90-year-old Krystyna, lives in the tiny apartment surrounded by books and writing pads. That's remarkable in itself since Krystyna is almost blind, but that doesn't stop this still vital woman from writing passionate and eloquent poetry that celebrates life. She scrawls her poems herself, but this turns out to be an unreliable method because one of her pens doesn't work, meaning a recent poem is almost illegible. "My poems are vanishing into the void!" she cries out, writing yet another beautiful poem on this very subject. In the meantime, she is preparing for an important journey to a declamation contest where she hopes to share her poems with the audience.
About the director
Zofia Pregowska is polish film director, an alumni of Warsaw Film School. Her documentary debut "Invisible" have been screened at various film festivals including 54th Krakow Film Festival, IDFA International Documentary Festival Amsterdam and recived nomination for prestigeus Polish Independent Cinema Award Jan Machulski for Best Short Documentary Film. She also provides her own production company "Prego media - hand made films", where she works as a director and producer as well.