How It's Done

Director: Marcel Łoziński

written & directed by Marcel Łoziński directors of photography Jacek Petrycki, Andrzej Adamczak, Radosław Ładczuk, Lesław Skuza edited by Katarzyna Maciejko-Kowalczyk sound by Jerzy Murawski, Jarosław Roszyk produced by Studio Filmowe Kalejdoskop, Telewizja Polska producer Zbigniew Domagalski co-financed by Polish Film Institute
colour, 87′
Poland 2006

 

Piotr Tymochowicz, the media adviser, decided to prove that he can transform every man into a politician. Hundreds people answered the casting. Only dozen started training. Survived only one. The film crew had a unique opportunity to follow up mechanisms of birth and evolution of the most despised things in Polish political class. Tymochowicz has been working on the movie for three and a half year. Made in Poland, the film carries the universal message. Demagogic and populism is not only the polish specialty.

 

Marcel Łoziński

Born in 1940. Graduate of Film Directing Department in the National School of Film, Television and Theatre in Lodz. Nominated both for Oscar and the European Film Academy Award for the documentary – 89 mm from Europe. Professor at Film School La FEMIS in Paris, and at the Institute of Polish Culture at the University of Warsaw. Head of the Documentary Department at Andrzej Wajda Master School for Film Directing.