The viewer is an observer of one night at one street. The filmmaker is an observer of one night at one street. He sees only what he can imagine, and he hears what he wants to hear. The distant eye is getting closer and makes the images sharper but the interpretation stays inside the observer's head. What one makes out of that night is his own story. One can discuss the content accordingly to his own experience, conscious how his point of view shifts due to media manipulation and external factors. The starting point is an image provided by the observing eye. The eye is a guide. The viewer gives the night a meaning.

Poland, Germany
Magda Jaroszewicz
Magda Jaroszewicz
Magda Jaroszewicz, Louis Marioth
Paul Gröbel
Louis Marioth, Adrian Lo
Matata studio

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Magda Jaroszewicz was born in 1986 and raised in Warsaw, Poland. As a teenager she spent a year in Australia, 9680 miles away from home. Back in Europe she studied script and playwriting in Poland and France, then she graduated from Theater and Performing Arts Studies in Cracow as well as film directing in the National Film School in Lodz. Her short fiction films "The Death of a Czech Dog" (2011) and "Wild Berries" (2016) where screened on various European film festivals.

After finishing film school she moved to Berlin, where she works as a researcher and local producer. Recently she researched and co-directed a Polish part of a huge project for ARTE - 24 Hours Europe. She is a Stipendist of Haus am See program where she develops her first feature film. She likes to combine both mediums – documentary and fiction – and is interested in identity transitions and what does the past do with the living. She has a dog.

ph. Liene Silde