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FILMOGRANIE is the best and the most creative form of film education for children and youth in Poland. Unique, unbiased, surprising and meeting the demands of young recipients of culture.

The aim of this education is to stimulate imagination and to reveal secrets of film and related arts. Workshops, collective work, film realization, activation. FILMOGRANIE is organized in cooperation with Pracownia Sztuka Cię Szuka and the Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu (CSW) in Toruń; all activities will take place both in the urban space – Bydgoski Park in Przedmieście Bydgoskie, and in Studio+Kitchen, the only place like that in Poland, planned by an outstanding designer, Tomek Rygalik. We are starting on 13 June.

Admission to all workshops is free, number of participants of stationary workshops is limited.

Programme of FILMOGRANIE: Workshops


On 13 June (Sunday) an unusual tent will be erected in the Park in Bydgoskie Przedmieście. Children and youth will have a chance to take part in preparations to a musical based on Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz. We are looking for actors to play the parts of Dorothy, the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, and many others! No limits of age!

Date: 13.06.2010
Time: 12:00-2:00
Number of participants unlimited!
Admission is free!


During each workshop meeting we will prepare together the elements of a large-scale undertaking: a musical. We will learn about this peculiar film genre and our musical will incorporate spoken dialogues, singing and dancing. We will use spectacular and monumental decorations made by ourselves. We cannot forget about multimedia techniques. Finally, we will make a film – a musical that every participant will receive as a souvenir from workshops.

Age: 7+
Date: 26-29.06.2010
Time: 12:00-2:00
Place: CSW, Studio+Kitchen
Limited number of participants! To enroll enter: sztukacieszuka@csw.torun.pl
Workshops are free!


VJing is a new branch of art, which consists in creation through mixing images and sound materials in real time. During three-day VJing workshops we will learn tricks connected with recording and forms of film image presentation. We will also reflect on sound-image relation.

Age: 15+
Date: 30.06, 01.07 and 02.07.2010
Time: 12:00-2:00
Place: CSW, Studio+Kitchen
Limited number of participants! To enroll enter: sztukacieszuka@csw.torun.pl
Workshops are free!


At Tofifest film matinees will be accompanied by extraordinary breakfasts, the aim of which is to bring the viewers closer to culinary experiences and experiments hidden in films. Together we will discover an inspiring potential of food!

Date: 26.06 - 02.07.2010
Time: 10:30-12:00

Every day sweet breakfasts for participants of film matinees!

Limited number of participants! To enroll enter: sztukacieszuka@csw.torun.pl

The programme includes a series of Danish cartoon films.

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The section Rebels has been an inherent part of the Tofifest International Film Festival for quite a number of years now. This section emphasises the main theme of the festival, which is to introduce characters and personalities whose rebellious spirit, perseverance, or talent makes them stand out among the others, and change the course of history (the contemporary one included). This section’s main focus is to present women and heroines with their strength, perseverance, and relentless consistency, shown when striving to achieve equality and civil rights. During the upcoming edition of the festival, a total of seven unique films are going to be screened in this section, offering an insight into the stories of the selected female protagonists. In ‘Dream’s Gate’, film director Negin Ahmadi will take us for a very personal journey to show us how a few Kurdish female soldiers of the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) fight for equality. It will mark the Polish première of the film, which was nominated for the Crystal Bear award at this year’s Berlinale Festival. Journalist Mariana Carbajal will take us to Salvador, to take a closer look at the fate of women suffering from the most ruthless anti-abortion laws that have ever been enforced in any country in the world. The hybrid film ‘My Name is Andrea’, which was screened during the Tribeca FF in New York, is a biopic about Andrea Dworkin, one of the most famous feminist, who had fought for civil rights, equality, and justice for women long before the #MeToo movement saw the light of day. The topic of women rights is also analysed in ‘Que sea ley / Let It Be Law’ by Juan Solanas, yet another documentary film made in South America (Argentina). The film depicts a historic event – a rebellion organised by Argentinian women to establish a legal and safe way to have a legal abortion in this country. We will also get acquainted with Monika Krause, a German and a private interpreter for Fidel Castro, who became a sex educator and earned the perverse nickname ‘Queen of Condoms’, during the turmoil of the Cuban Revolution. You will also have a chance to see why the Peace Film Prize was awarded to the film ‘Seven Winters in Tehran’, during Berlinale 2023. The film is a portrayal of Reyhaneh Jabbari, a nineteen-year-old interior decorator from Iran, who became a symbol of resistance and struggle for women’s rights. The last film included in the section is a story about Marin Alsop, an outstanding conductor, who has shown extraordinary relentlessness and determination to pursue her dream, overcoming countless obstacles, to become one of the greatest female conductors of all time. She has proven that the profession she chose is not reserved for men only. List of films: Dream’s Gate, dir. Negin Ahmadi, Iran, France, Norway 2023, 64' Judged Bodies, dir. Mariana Carbajal, El Salvador, Argentina 2022, 66' Let It Be Law, dir. Juan Solanas, France, Argentina, Uruguay 2019, 86' My Name Is Andrea, dir. Pratibha Parmar, USA 2022, 94' Queen of Condoms, dir. Silvana Ceschi, Reto Stamm, Switzerland, Ireland 2007, 76' Seven Winters In Tehran, dir. Steffi Niederzoll, Germany, France 2023, 97' The Conductor, dir. Bernadette Wegenstein, USA 2021, 90'