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  1. Dear fellow film buffs and aficionados! As you know there aren't many countries with such a tireless and brilliant tradition of cinematographers as is Poland. Suffice to say that names like: Slawomir Idziak Andrzej Bartkowiak Pawel Edelman Janusz Kaminski have all learned their craft in Poland and have all either become Oscar nominated directors or have worked with the biggest Hollywood names. If you would like to study cinematography in Poland -Warsaw Film School wants to recruit you. We are still holding recruitment for this academic year. If you would like to be a part of our experience pls send your applications via warsawfilmschool.com and if you should have any questions pls get in touch with me via malgorzatajanczak@szkolafilmowa.pl MAKE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE! I look forward to receiving your application. Best, Malgorzata.
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