Opus Film is one of Poland’s leading companies that produces feature films, commercials and TV productions on a world scale. It has been established in 1991. In 2015 the studio won the Oscar® for the Best Foreign Language Film.
Opus Film is one of Poland’s leading companies that produces feature films,
commercials and TV productions on a world scale.
It has been established in 1991. In 2015 the studio won the Oscar® for the Best Foreign Language Film.
Coproduction "November" produced by Opus Film got selected for Tribeca Film Festival and will screnn within the International Narrative categorie.
Filming of the film co-produced by Opus Film "The Captain" ("Der Hauptmann") in Poland had just finished.
German production company Filmgalerie 451 produces in co-operation with Opus Film and Tempus Film a historical feature film called "The Captain" ("Der Hauptmann"). The film is directed by Robert Schwentke. The production is based on true events which took place at the end of the Second World War in Germany. 19-year-old Willi Herold, dressed in a stolen captain’s uniform, gathers a group of German deserters and travels with them through disintegrating Nazi Germany, pillaging whatever they can find. Finally, they reach a POW camp which is bombarded by the British. Robert Schwentke is a German director, who after a successful Hollywood career returns to Europe to produce "The Captain," written by the director himself. The production is supported by German regional film funds: Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA), Bundesbeauftragter für Kultur und Medien (BKM), Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg (MBB), MFG Baden-Württemberg, and the Polish Film Institute.
Co-produced by Opus Film's latest film by Greg Zglinski "Animals" was very well received by audience and critics at the International Film Festival in Berlin.
The film had there its world premiere on February 14th.
According to the magazine Variety is one of the 10 best films shown at the Berlinale http://variety.com/gallery/berlin-film-festival-2017-best-films/#!10/und...
"Animals" (Tiere), the latest film by Greg Zglinski, will have its world premiere at the 67th Berlinale. The film will be shown as part of the International Forum of New Cinema, considered to be the most daring section of the festival. The films in the Forum straddle the line between art and cinema.
"Animals" is a Swiss-Austrian-Polish co-production. Lukasz Dzięcioł is the film’s producer on behalf of Opus Film, Aleksandra Skraba is the production manager.
Adam Gruziński's "Memories of Summer" / "Wspomnienie Lata" won the main prize at Contest of Polish Debuts and Second Films during ORLEN Cinergia Festival.
From Opus Film producers of the movie are Łukasz Dzięcioł and Piotr Dzięcioł.
There's a brand in the world, thanks to which there has been uninterrupted for 160 years manifestation of the joy of life. See its story in the latest jubilee comemercial of Zywiec Group. The idea has been created by the agency Ogilvy&Mather. From Opus Film responsible for the production were Michał Cichomski, Jarek Parzyjagła and Anka Bilicka.
On September 15th shooting of a new Paweł Borowski's film „I am Lying Now” ended produced by Opus Film and New Amsterdam Film Company.
„I am Lying Now” is a metaphysical thriller, which is happening in a retro-futuristic world. Its characters are drawn into an intricate, dark intrigue where nothing is the way it seems, a series of dramatic events leading to a completely surprising finale.
The shoots were made in Poland and in the Netherlands.
From the Opus Film side the film is produced by is film producer Łukasz Dzięcioł. Production manager is Magdalena Malisz.
The film's premiere is planned for 2017.
Produced by Opus Film spot Desperados is a creative experiment never seen before. Film surprises with visual and stylistical distinctiveness in realisation. More than 200 people took part in the shoots, they have been recruited in clubs, on the streets and using social networking sites. Shoots were carried out, among others, in the post-industrial spaces of the Tri-City and Warsaw, a former shipyard in Gdansk, in the old Royal Factory of the guns, or the junkyard. All the material was carried out on film 16mm, which owes its unique visual value. From the Opus Film for the production of the spot answers Julian Dworak, Ola Bielska, Gosia Bors and Agnieszka Calik.
See the 2 minute version prepared for the Internet.
Desperados has been selected the best advertisement of the week according to Wirtualne Media.
Urszula Antoniak tells a story "Beyond Words". This Polish-Dutch film follows an aspiring Berlin lawyer. He is a Polish emigrant, who, like Witold Gombrowicz, sees emigration not as a tragedy, but as an opportunity to reinvent himself. His life is not so much about national identity - he feels like a Berliner - but more about the constant interplay between mimicry and being yourself. After spending a weekend with his distant Polish father, he starts to miss not only him, but also a sense of having put down roots in life. "Beyond Words" stars Justyna Wasilewska, Jakub Gierszał and Andrzej Chyra. The film is being produced by Piotr Dzięcioł and Łukasz Dzięcioł through Opus Film and co-produced by Family Affair Films (Netherlands).
The movie was filmed in Berlin, Warsaw and Łódź and ended on 26th of August.
Opus Film is working on the new Pawel Pawlikowski's movie.
The Oscar‑winning director of Ida, Pawel Pawlikowski, is working on his next project, which has the working title
Cold War / Zimna wojna. The film will be produced by Opus Film and Apocalypso Pictures (UK).
Cold War will be a period drama/love story set in Poland in the 1950s and 1960s.
This film is going to be about “a couple that can’t live with or without each other.”