The official poster for EnergaCAMERIMAGE has been released

Aug 10, 2021

The twenty-ninth edition of this year’s EnergaCAMERIMAGE International Film Festival that will start on November 13 in Toruń.

In order to honour their cherished tradition, they have presented the EnergaCAMERIMAGE 2021 poster, created by recognised illustrator and designer – Przemek Kotynski.

The optimistic, graphic form of the poster through the pictorial “sunrise” represents a symbolic “new beginning” for cultural events and encourages film lovers to active, real participation in screenings, meetings, seminars and festival workshops.

Przemek Kotynski (born in 1981) is an award-winning Polish illustrator who lives and works in Warsaw. He began his career in video games, film, and advertising, as an art director. His strongly conceptual, signature style of illustration relies upon a whimsical, fantasy-driven world of characters and their exploits. Kotynski is fascinated by the Polish Poster School and American conceptual illustrations which are the primary influences in his work. His work can be seen internationally in advertising campaigns, magazines, newspapers, and on posters. Kotynski has been awarded and published, among others, by 3×3 Magazine, American Illustration, Ballistic Publishing, Oracom and the Slow Foundation. He is represented worldwide by Anna Goodson Illustration Agency.

The 29th edition of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE International Film Festival will take place in Toruń, between November 13-20, 2021. As every year, the festival program will include 10 competition sections, special screenings, film retrospectives, meetings with filmmakers, specialist seminars, workshops and exhibitions. The physical form of the festival will be held with all applicable restrictions related to the organization of cultural events in Poland. Due to last year’s success of our Internet platform, we plan to stream selected items of our program online as well.

Positive energy during the festival is provided by Energa Group ORLEN.

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