"Fences" by Natalia Krawczuk won the Amnesty International Award at the 46th Giffoni Film Festival.

Giffoni Film Festival is held since 1971 in the Italian city Giffoni Valle Piana. Its aim is to promote good cinema for young people. This year, the festival was held from July 15-24. Among the winners of this year's awards, there is the Polish animated filmmaker Natalia Krawczuk, who won the Amnesty International Award for short film for her school film study.


The animated film "Fences" tells a couple of stories, the common denominator of which are fences, both the real ones and those which do not exist.

Natalia Krawczuk is a graduate of ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Warsaw.  After graduation, she worked in a PR agency and public cultural institutions. Currently she is studying animation at the Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Lodz.