The Group of Dr. A.R. Kwiecinski

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The Group of Dr. A.R. Kwiecinski

The Group of Dr. A.R. Kwiecinski

The Group of Dr. A.R. Kwiecinski (Film Studio Kwiecinski, Kwiecinski Publishing, The Cracow School of Performing Arts) was established in 1989. This media empire started with the publishing of magazines. Its first magazine was “Elite”, today a film art magazine. At the moment, the main focus of the group is theater, film and TV production; from the film schools through film productions to events.

The founder of the Group is Adam Rajmund Kwiecinski, who is a medical doctor, a medical biologist, a university teacher and the author of Polish and international publications. He is also a graduate of Media Management and a precursor of using medical biology (anatomy, physiology and biophysics) in acting.

His most important film and TV productions are: TV series “Wolność Tomku w swoim domku” (“One is free to do anything in one’s house”), the medical show “OPChP, TV show “……with architecture in the background”, the TV show “Mister Tischner and his mountain man philosophy” and a dramatized documentary “The Pope’s brother”.

K.S.T.F. or “Krakowska Szkoła Teatralna i Filmowa” (The Cracow School of Performing Arts) combines the elements of education and film production in the Group. K.S.T.F. represents a new quality of creativity combining the youth and their enthusiasm with the experience and professionalism of the Kwiecinski Group.

 

 

Filmmakers associated with the Group:

  • Andrzej Celinski
  • Magdalena Piekorz
  • Stanislaw Janicki
  • Janusz Zaorski
  • Aleksander Dyl
  • Agnieszka Lipiec-Wroblewska

Film, TV and Theater Productions:

  • 1997 - “Wolność Tomku w swoim domku” (“One is free to do anything in one’s house”), Polsat TV
  • 1998 - “The Seniors’ Guide”, TVP S.A. station
  • 2000 – “Sleep and its significance”, distributed by Kwiecinski Publishing
  • 2001 – “Żywienie człowieka” (“The Human’s nourishment”), distributed by Kwiecinski Publishing
  • 2002 – “Relaxation and its significance in people’s lives”, distributed by Kwiecinski Publishing.
  • 2002 – “Medical Massage”, distributed by Kwiecinski Publishing.
  • 2002 – “Escape”, a show performed in 16 cities in Poland with 5,000 records sold.
  • 2003 – “Ekoforum Film Festival” (International Ecological Film Festival) under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Poland; The Festival’s Director and the Jury’s Director.
  • 2003 – “POChP”, a medical film about chronic lung Illness.
  • 2006 – “The Pope’s Brother”, a dramatized documentary.
  • 2007 – “Mister Tischner and his mountain man philosophy”, a feature film.
  • 2009 – “The Morning Fears”, spectacle and benefit of the 50 year anniversary on stage of Edward Linde Lubaszenko; The Nowy Theater, Cracow.
  • 2013 - “Wakened up”, a dramatized documentary.
  • 2013 – “God spell”, a documentary film.
  • 2014 – “The Cabaret of Death”, feature length dramatized documentary about the Jewish cabarets during WW II.
  • “The Yellow Coat” feature film, in production.

2014-02-18 21:06:20

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