Nash, Waglewski, Rusowicz, and Tulia to open the 16th edition of Tofifest. It will already be the third year in a row that the Tofifest IFF starts with a film music concert. Coming to Torun to add splendour to this event will be Wojciech Waglewski, an icon of modern Polish music, Anna Rusowicz, a singer experimenting with all kinds of vocal arrangements, and Tulia - a phenomenon of 2018, which stormed the Internet with their adaptations of songs by Depeche Mode and Dawid Podsiadlo translated into folk music. The entire event will be directed by Steve Nash More »

Submit your film for the 16th IFF Tofifest in 2018. IFF Tofifest opens call for submission of films for the 16th International Film Festival Tofifest. You can win Golden Angel Awards in two main international competitions. Deadline passes on August, the 31st. The 16th edition of IFF Tofifest will take place from the 20th to the 28th of October in Toruń, Poland. More »

Strange Ones, The

Deux Inconnus · dir. Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein
USA, France 2011, 14’

Screenings

06/28, 13:00 · Baj Pomorski – hall B

06/30, 14:30 · Baj Pomorski – hall B

Trailer

A Man and a Boy, trudging down a hot, deserted stretch of highway, sneak into a motel swimming pool and are soon found by a Girl who works there. While at first everything seems normal, as the Boy speaks with the Girl a strange and disturbing shift occurs, and the reality of who they really are is called into question.

Director:Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein
Screenplay:Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein
Music:Saunder Jurriaans, Daniel Bensi
Cinematography:Drew Innis
Editing:Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Wolkstein
Cast:David Call, Tobias Campbell, Merritt Wever
Awards:Najlepszy Film Krótkometrażowy / Best Narrative Short Film – FF Atlanta (2011); Specjalna Nagroda Jury / Special Jury Prize – Independent FF Boston (2011); Nagroda Wytwórni Focus Features za Najlepszy Film / Focus Features Best Film Award – Columbia University FF (2011)

Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein are NYC-based filmmakers who received their MFAs from the graduate film program at Columbia University School of the Arts. Their film has played in numerous festivals around the world.