As part of the Tashkent International Film Festival, a master class was organized by Polish film director Jakub Skochen and actress Natalia Pitry
At the master class, they expressed their opinion on how successful films should be made, how and how much money should be allocated for them. Jakub Skochen says that successful movies can be made even with less money, and the main thing is that the money should be spent correctly in the right place.
The other day Polish experts provided detailed information on how Polish films won the Oscar and what to pay attention to in order to achieve such a high result.
The director also said that if Uzbek filmmakers plan to make a movie together with Polish film experts, they are ready for it, and if Polish experts are involved in the project, 30% of the cost of the movie will be returned to Uzbekistan.
Jakub Skochen said that he earns money by participating in TV shows to shoot his movies, and all this money is used to develop his creativity.
The artist gained great popularity because of his movies about the communist era. Since Poland joined the European Union in 2004 with difficulties and it is considered one of the greatest achievements of Poland's independence, Jakub Skochen said that he also gets movies glorifying independence.
The news that candidates for Polish films must know Polish and that if a cast member does not know the language, they will be given very small roles, regardless of the level of the actor or actress surprised many people.
It was also revealed that the actress Natalia Pitry was shooting in the horror film "Apokawixa" and in the process faced various difficulties, including working at night, as the film was mostly shot at night, there were many scenes with cold weather and cold water, requirement of physical strength and other complications, she emphasized that any actress should endure such difficulties if she truly loves her profession.
At the end of the master class, the Polish filmmakers answered all the questions of the students.